2000 Trees music festival postponed until 2022

The organisers of Cheltenham music festival, 2000 Trees, have announced the 2021 event has been postponed, but some of the 2022 headliners have been revealed.

The organisers of 2000 Trees have announced that the event has been postponed until 2022, as a host of big-name stars who were due to perform would not be able to attend as a result of Covid-19 travelling restrictions.

The music festival was set to take place in Upcote Farm near Cheltenham in July 2021, however the event will now take place on Thursday 6 July 2022 to Sunday 10 July 2022.

A statement posted on the 2000 Trees website says: ‘We have been forced to take the absolutely heart-breaking decision to postpone 2000trees to Thursday 6 July to Sunday 10 July 2022.

‘Up until a week ago we were still furiously working behind the scenes to try make the festival happen. We really wanted (and needed) a party just as much as you this year.’

Organisers have also announced that some performers have already been confirmed for the 2022 festival including: Jimmy Eat World; Thrice; The Amazons; Dinosaur Pile Up; Knocked Loose; The Get Up Kids; Dream State; Laura Jane Grace; Anti-Flag; Lonely the Brave; Stick To Your Guns; Deez Nuts; No Devotion and Dragged Under. With a third headliner set to be announced soon.

By Maddy Richards


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Monday 26 April 2021

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