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Mallory Knox Lead Final 2000trees Announcement

Wednesday, 23 May 2018 Written by Huw Baines

The final acts have been added to the 2000trees bill.

Heading to Upcote Farm near Cheltenham between July 12 and 14 are Mallory Knox, Skinny Lister, Dream Wife, Will Varley, Beans on Toast, Raging Speedhorn, Demob Happy, Vodun, Imperial Leisure, Asylums and Sick Joy.

The line up has also been confirmed for the acoustic Forest stage, which will host a second set from Saturday headliners Enter Shikari, along with My Vitriol, Arcane Roots, Jamie Lenman, Fatherson, The XCERTS, Jonah Matranga, Dave McPherson, Louise Distras, Press To Meco, Grumble Bee and Rob Lynch.

At The Drive In and Twin Atlantic headline the Thursday and Friday nights at the festival.

2000trees Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows:

Thu July 12 2018 - CHELTENHAM Upcote Farm
Fri July 13 2018 - CHELTENHAM Upcote Farm
Sat July 14 2018 - CHELTENHAM Upcote Farm

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