Cheltenham’s 2000 Trees Festival has announced another twelve bands set to join the bill alongside day splits.
Spring King, Milk Teeth, Employed To Serve, Young Legionnaire and The Winter Passing are among those joining the line-up for this years festival. The organisers have also revealed that Deaf Havana will be playing a fan-voted set on Friday 7 July in The Cave, and polling is taking place on the events Facebook event page here.
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Full line-up announced so far:
Lower Than Atlantis, Mallory Knox, Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes, The Menzingers, Honeyblood, Young Guns, ROAM, Feed the Rhino, Rolo Tomassi, Big Spring, Tall Ships, Skinny Lister, Will Varley Music, Kevin Devine, Ducking Punches, BRUTUS, Decade, Puppy and Kamikaze Girls.The Wonder Years, The Front Bottoms, Beach Slang, Black Peaks, Gnarwolves, Sløtface, De Staat, The Hyena Kill, Get Inuit, Acres, Peaness, MOSES, Wallflower, Slaves, Nothing But Thieves, Jamie Lenman, Pulled Apart By Horses, Dinosaur Pile-Up, Feed The Rhino, Muncie Girls, Black Foxxes, Area 11, Vukovi, Queen Kwong, The One Hundred, Steven Batelle, Tigercub, Wars, Petrol Girls, Greywind, Strange Bones, Making Monsters, Straight Lines, Grumble Bee, SHVPES, Bad Sign, Away Days, Bellevue Days, Weirds, Milestones, Personl Best, Doe, Cassels, Fizzy Blood, Jonah Matranga, Giants, Louise Distras, Apologies, I Have None, The St. Pierre Snake Invasion, Polary, Soeur, Deaf Havana, Spring King, Dave Hause & The Mermaid, Oathbreaker, Milk Teeth, Svalbard, Employed to Serve, Young Legionnaire, The Dirty Nil, Lemuria, Freeze the Atlantic and The Winter Passing.
2000 Trees Festival takes place in Cheltenham on 6 – 8 July 2017. Weekend tickets are now available here.