2000 Trees music festival

‘Britain’s coolest festival’ is back as 2000trees bring some of the biggest names in rock, punk, indie and alternative music to Upcote Farm near Cheltenham this July 2023.

By Chloe Gorman  |  Published
See Frank Carter and The Rattlesnakes, Hundred Reasons, Deaf Havana, Skindred and loads more at 2000trees this July 2023.

With acts from punk rock royalty to the most exciting new artists in indie and alternative, 2000trees music festival returns to Gloucestershire this summer 2023.

Coming back to Upcote Farm near Cheltenham from Thursday 6 to Saturday 8 July 2023, this year’s event sees British punk rockers Frank Carter and The Rattlesnakes headline on the Saturday, with the likes of Hundred Reasons, Skindred, Deaf Havana, Biffy Clyro frontman Simon Neil's band Empire State Bastard, Loathe, Holding Absence and Cancer Bats also on the bill – alongside a whole host of other incredible artists across the weekend.

Dubbed ‘Britain’s coolest festival’ by Kerrang! Magazine, the award-winning 2000trees is proudly independent, promising music lovers an unrivalled experience.

As well as an exciting line-up of music, festival-goers can also enjoy delicious food and locally-produced beers, ales and ciders during the weekend – with camping, glamping and VIP options available, too.




Upcote Farm, Withington, GL54 4BL


Thursday 6 to Saturday 8 July 2023


Times vary


Weekend tickets cost from £190.50 and include camping


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