7/8/9 July 2022

Changes at 2000trees 2014

Hola Amigos!

Some of you have been asking what changes we’ve got up our sleeves for 2000trees version 8, so here goes…

Replacing the Leaf Lounge and the GreenHouse please say hello to The Axiom and The Croft. The Axiom will feature everything from Wolf Alice to Three Trapped Tigers to DZ Deathrays, while the Croft will host Crazy Arm Acoustic, Dave McPherson and Sam Duckworth. These stages are bigger & better than their predecessors and we promise will make for amazing new additions to the Trees site.

And musically we are 1000% convinced this will be the best Trees ever – so check out our line-up page now and discover your new favourite band before someone else does!

***For more details on why we chose these stage names please see the bottom of this email.

There will be a new amplified stage which we are imaginatively calling Forest Sessions. This will feature loads of amazing up & coming bands playing stripped-back and acoustic, plus a few very special guests.

Are you worried about Band of Skulls clashing with the Bronx? Jamie Lenman with Frightened Rabbit? Well, worry no longer! We are pleased to announce that the 2000trees stages will be staggered and The Cave will not clash with either the Main Stage or The Axiom. Boo ya!

A lot of you have asked that we keep 2000trees the same size. Well we aim to please, so that’s what we’re doing again! Tickets are strictly limited to 5,000 so don’t snooze and get yours now.
To keep up-to-date with 2000trees over the next couple of months come and find us on Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat (username trees2000) and Instagram. We’ll be running loads of competitions so you really don’t want to miss out!

Speakio soonio

Rob, Mark, Bren, Andy, James & Si
2000trees Festival

Many of the UK’s independent music venues are under serious threat and here at 2000trees we wanted to do out bit to highlight this by naming our new stages after venues local to us that have sadly already closed. So we give you The Axiom (formerly in Cheltenham) and The Croft (Bristol).

The loss of independent music venues is a seriously huge deal to the music industry in the UK. These are the places where acts like Frank Turner and Frightened Rabbit cut their musical teeth and without them the UKs scene will be further flooded by major label signings and X-Factor winners. So our message to you is… support your local venue (and your local festivals too). Either use them or lose them.

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