Winner of Best Medium Sized Festival 2018 (UK Festival Awards) and fan favourite festival 2000trees is all set to return for its 13th year in July, with a host of acts confirmed across 3 days at its Upcote Farm location.
Frank Turner and the Sleeping Souls will headline the festival once again, closing the Thursday night festivities. Turner is a 2000trees veteran, having played the festival 6 times since its inception. Mongol Horde, Turners hardcore side project, will also play this years event.
Deaf Havana, also a previous headliner, will close the event, playing the Sunday night headline slot. You Me at Six have been confirmed as the Friday headliner.
Celtic punk titans Flogging Molly will also perform at Upcote Farm for the first time, performing on the Thursday.
The festival recently announced the last of its bulk line-up announcements, which saw The Skints, Cancer Bats, Pulled Apart by Horses, A and 20 other acts set to join While She Sleeps, Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly, Skinny Lister, Jamie Lenman, Comeback Kid, Crazy Arm, Sean McGowan, Muncie Girls and many more, with a total of over 130 acts performing at Upcote Farm over the weekend.
After a successful cashless event last year, 2000trees 2019 will be adopting the format again for this years event, with all purchases made via a chip on each punters wristband, which can be topped up online or throughout the site.
The festival picked up ‘Best Medium Sized Festival’ at the UK Festival Awards 2018, having won the award for Best Small Festival in its early years. The expected capacity at this years event is 10,000 – twice the capacity of its first year.
2000trees 2019 will take place at Upcote Farm July 11-13th. Tickets are still available and are priced at £129.50 for a three day ticket.