If you’re feeling a little blue at the thought of having to wait a whole year until Glastonbury rolls round again, we have just the thing for you festival loving folk. The cure for your live music withdrawal symptoms comes in the shape of one of the UKs best small festivals – 2000trees. Taking place at Upcote Farm, Gloucestershire, the festival celebrates new and underground British music and has a cracking lineup that you won’t want to miss.
On the main stage they have the awesome Frank Turner, as well as King Charles, Stornoway, Mystery Jets and Dry The River. Did we mention that Funeral For A Friend will be playing too?! In addition to the main stage there’s The Cave – delivering hardcore, punk & prog-rock bands, The Leaf Lounge – adding a sprinkle of the indie/folk we all love, and The Greenhouse – giving festival goers the best in acoustic music, followed by DJs in the evening to get the party started.
The music runs from midday to 11pm, with after-hours silent discos (we’re particularly looking forward to that!). There’s quality food and drink to be enjoyed and you’ll find the very best in local and sustainable food, at affordable prices. It ranges from organic burgers to wood fired pizza, with plenty of beer and cider to go around. Heaven!
Do you now want to hear the best bit of news? 2000trees is happening in less than a week! The 11th – 13th July to be precise. And the even better news… you can still grab yourself some tickets. Head on over to http://www.twothousandtreesfestival.co.uk/tickets/ – you won’t regret it.
We’ll be covering the event here at Culturefly and hope to see you there!