2000 Trees have announced that AFI and Thrice are among the new names joining the line up of this year’s festival.
While the organisers are mindful that things could change with regards to the July festival due to the current COVID-19 pandemic, they are currently trying to move forward as best as possible with the hope that by that time things will returning to some normality.
AFI will headline the Friday night of the Cheltenham Festival, while Thrice will head up the Saturday night and perform their 2005 album, Vehissu in full as a UK festival exclusive. They join previously announced names Jimmy Eat World, Creeper, The Joy Formidable, The Get Up Kids, Silverstein, Knocked Loose and more.
The other bands among the names announced today include The Chats, Against The Current, Anti-Flag, Lonely the Brave, Royal Republic, Black Peaks, Crossfaith, Kneecap, Saint Agnes, Orchards, Gnarlah, Fresh and more.
2000 Trees is set to take place on July 9/10/11 at Upcote Farm in Cheltenham, and tickets and further details can be found at the festivals official website.
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