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2000TREES FESTIVAL – MAJORITY OF LINEUP REVEALED FOR 2021 INC THRICE, CREEPER,LAURA JANE GRACE, THE MENZINGERS 100+ MORE BANDS


2000trees Festival are excited to announce 110 bands for 2021.

We previously announced our first headliner, Jimmy Eat World and now we can reveal Thrice will be making their 2000trees debut and close the festival on the Friday night by playing their hugely important album ‘Vheissu’ in full & other much beloved songs.

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2000SCREENS – VIRTUAL FESTIVAL THIS WEEKEND


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2000screens – the only place to get your 2000trees fix this summer!
2000trees are bringing you three days of exclusive content on the weekend of Thursday 9th – 11th July 2020.  There will be live music, interviews, hosting from the Sappenin’ podcast crew, a look back at 2000trees through the ages and an extremely exciting new way to be part of the Trees community – all on the 2000trees Facebook & Instagram pages.
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2000TREES FESTIVAL -ANNOUNCE AFI AND THRICE JOINING JIMMY EAT WORLDAS HEADLINERS FOR 2020


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In what might be a small amount of light in a truly dark time for live music, 2000Trees Festival is today announcing its final two headliners- AFI THRICE who join JIMMY EAT WORLD.
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LIVE REVIEW: DOWNLOAD FESTIVAL – DONNINGTON PARK UK – 8TH-10TH JUNE 2018


Download Festival –LIVE REVIEW by Carina Lawrence / Dark Art Conspiracy

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Photo credit:
 James Bridle
 

Download Festival is the UK’s biggest, friendliest and most diverse rock/metal festivals and it gets bigger and better each year. This year particularly had a strong theme of environmental sustainability, with their new recycling scheme for beer glasses, using plastic reusable cups which you could keep and reuse or give back and made for a nice memento along with the introduction of Greenpeace’s Eco Campsite. Viewing platforms for wheelchair-users were available across all stages and British Sign Language interpreters on two, again highlighting the festivals diversity and how it accommodates for everyone which is great to see.

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