It’s yet another festival line-up announcement (aren’t we being spoiled?). This time, 2000 Trees have announced yet more incredible acts!
Already announced as headliners for Saturday are Slaves but they are now joined by Lower Than Atlantis and Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes join Friday’s co-headliners Nothing But Thieves!
Also announced are *deep breath*; Thursday headliners Mallory Knox, The Menzingers, Honey Blood, Skinny Lister, Young Guns, Will Varley, Kevin Devine, ROAM, Rolo Tomassi, Tall Ships, Brutus, Puppy, Decade, Big Spring, Kamikaze Girls and Ducking Punches!
They join the already announced *even deeper breath*; SLAVES, NOTHING BUT THIEVES, THE FRONT BOTTOMS, THE WONDER YEARS, PULLED APART BY HORSES, JAMIE LENMAN, BEACH SLANG, BLACK PEAKS, FEED THE RHINO, DINOSAUR PILE-UP, MUNCIE GIRLS, GNARWOLVES, SLØTFACE, BLACK FOXXES,
DE STAAT, THE HYENA KILL, GET INUIT, ACRES, PEANESS, MOSES
WALLFLOWER, GRUMBLE BEE, SHVPES, BAD SIGN, BELLEVUE DAYS, WEIRDS, PERSONAL BEST, CASSELS, DOE, FIZZY BLOOD, SOEUR, JONAH MATRANGA, GIANTS, TIGERCUB, THE ONE HUNDRED, QUEEN KWONG, AREA 11, GREYWIND, STRANGE BONES, AWAY DAYS, APOLOGIES I HAVE NONE, THE ST. PIERRE SNAKE INVASION, LOUISE DISTRAS, MILESTONES, POLARY, MAKING MONSTERS, WARS, VUKOVI, STRAIGHT LINES, STEVEN BATTELLE and PETROL GIRLS.
All the headliners of the festival are UK acts and the majority of the acts are also based in the UK showing just how good our music scene is right now!
Lower Than Atlantis frontman Mikey Duce says; “We are really excited to return to 2000trees this summer. It will be our first UK festival since our new record came out so it’ll be great to play a lot more of those songs whilst everyone’s getting drunk in a field. Lots of our mates are playing too so it’ll be a good time in a beautiful part of the country.”
Returning following their storming 2016 set, Mallory Knox‘s Mikey Chapman adds; “We’re really looking forward to getting back to 2000 trees again this year, we had an awesome time last year can’t wait to do it all again with a new set.”