2000 Trees is arguably the best small festival in the UK. With four stages of brilliant music showcasing the best in new British music and some of the best bands from around the world, 2000 Trees is quick becoming a staple of the rock festival circuit. On top of the 4 stages there is the Forest stage, where bands from the line-up play acoustic versions of their biggest songs. Perhaps the most unique thing about 2000 Trees is the busking stages were smaller artists and some bigger artists perform in a very intimate setting.
As many music festivals try and set themselves apart with attractions and shows that can take the focus off the music, 2000 Trees remains entirely focused on the music. The live music is constant from midday until 2 in the morning. Coupling this with the site wide silent disco, 2000 Trees has an overwhelming atmosphere full of people wanting to spend a weekend enjoying good music with good people.
This year 2000 Trees continued to shine, both metaphorically and literally (the weather was fantastic). The festival was full of unforgettable moments, and as you’ll see from the full review there were multiple new bands who can stake a claim as future 2000 Trees headliners.