2000Trees Festival announce 42 bands to join Jimmy Eat World

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2000TREES FESTIVAL 2020
ANNOUNCE A HUGE 42 NEW BANDS INCLUDING
CREEPER, KNOCKED LOOSE, THE AMAZONS, THE GET UP KIDS,
BOSTON MANOR AND LOADS MORE

THURSDAY NIGHT HEADLINERS ‘JIMMY EAT WORLD’ ALREADY ANNOUNCED
 
 

Thursday 9th / Friday 10th / Saturday 11th July 2020

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JIMMY EAT WORLD have already been announced as one of the headliners but today, 2000Trees Festival is excited to announce a further 42 incredible bands to one of the most loved festival weekends in the Summer calendar.

The ever brilliant and ever changing CREEPER will be returning to the Gloucestershire fields, in support of their brand new album ‘Sex, Death & The Infinite Void’.  The new record possesses the energised punk, black-hearted romance and theatricality that made them so important but moves boldly towards their next chapter with a widescreen, cinematic scope that merges elements of classic Americana into their sound. Forever a fan favourite live, they will be one to not miss. 

“2000trees is my favourite of all the UK festivals.” says singer Will Gould. “It’s really awkward saying that, because you don’t want to upset the other festivals, but it’s one of the first ones that took a chance on us when we began. We played there in 2015 [on the Cave stage], then played the main stage, then came back and headlined the second stage in 2018. So we’ve had a long history with that festival.

“They help young, small bands to get a start by offering them a platform, so it’s always been my goal to come back. This year, it’s the biggest slot they’ve ever given us, second from top on the main stage. At this stage in our career – with a second album that’s not even out yet – that means a lot. I think the festival aligns with the values and ethics of the band, which is really cool.” Read more from CREEPER in the new issue of Kerrang! magazine.


After a crazy 2019 of releasing their second top 10 album, headlining Brixton Academy, and supporting Muse and Thirty Seconds To Mars, rock band THE AMAZONS play 2000trees for the first time.   KNOCKED LOOSE have caused a stir in the heavy music world since their debut, but nobody could have predicted just how huge the follow up would be. One of the most talked about and praised bands both on record and live, the band will be making their 2000trees debut in 2020.

One of the breakout bands of 2019HOT MILK will make their debut. Already used to playing to huge crowds like they did with the Foo Fighters, they are sure to get the party started. Elsewhere, dark pop songstress LIZZY FARRALL, the critically acclaimed and stars of a recent & moving BBC documentary, DREAM STATE will appear alongside seasoned acts JOY FORMIDIBLE and VUKOVI.

Other big bands announced today are alternative rock band DINOSAUR PILE-UP, emo legends THE GET UP KIDS, one of the UK’s best rock bandsBOSTON MANOR. 
For a full list see below.

“We’ve been overwhelmed by the early bird ticket sales for 2020 and we’re definitely on the way to a sell-out year. I’m very proud of the line up we’ve put together and I think it shows the usual 2000trees mix of classic bands, new bands breaking big and your-favourite-new-band you are about to discover. So check out the Trees Spotify playlist, grab a ticket and we’ll see you at sunny Upcote Farm in July!” says booker James Scarlett

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ALL BANDS ANNOUNCED
Jimmy Eat World / The Amazons / Creeper / Dinosaur Pile Up / Young Guns / Boston Manor / Knocked Loose / Counterfeit / The Joy Formidable / Dream State / The Get Up Kids / Silverstein / The Wytches / Roam / Hot Milk / Vukovi / SHVPES / Lady Bird / Kid Kapichi / Nervus / Black Futures / The St Pierre Snake Invasion / AJJ / Calva Louise / Chapter and Verse / Lauren Hibberd / Lizzy Farrall / Ten Times A Million / Raiders / We Never Learned To Live / Gloo / Cassels / The Winter Passing / Ithaca / False Advertising / Lucia and the Best Boys / Dream Nails / Halflives / Creature / Middle Distance / Rews / The Hara / Wargasm

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