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2000 Trees Festival

Upcote Farm, Withington, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire

Organized by a dedicated group of music enthusiasts, 2000 Trees stands tall as a remarkable rock, indie, and metal festival. Over the years, this event has garnered numerous accolades, cementing its status as a beloved gathering for alternative music aficionados. With an impressive line-up featuring like Bullet for My Valentine, Skindred, The Wonder Years, and many others, this year’s edition promises an unforgettable experience.

Not only does 2000 Trees Festival caters to adult music enthusiasts, but it also ensures a family-friendly environment where little rockers can revel in the festivities. From the thrilling Trash Metal musical kids stage to a dedicated play area and forest school, a plethora of activities awaits the young ones. Engaging in child-led adventures, they can learn to embrace their adventurous spirit and have a blast throughout the festival.

The festival takes place on a Cotswolds farm and is the perfect event to visit for music enthusiasts to enjoy the Cotswolds.

At 2000 Trees Festival, music is more than just a passion—it’s a way of life. Join the vibrant community of alternative music lovers, soak in the electrifying performances, and create memories that will resonate long after the final chord fades away. Get ready to rock out and experience the magic of 2000 Trees!

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