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April 2020
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2000trees has signed up Nova Twins, Hotel Lux and more

They join Jimmy Eat World, Creeper, Knocked Loose, The Amazons and more.
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Published: 1:50 pm, February 26, 2020
2000trees has signed up Nova Twins, Hotel Lux and more

2000trees has signed up Nova Twins, Hotel Lux, and loads more.

Also joining the summer event today, are Beach Slang, Spanish Love Songs, Demob Happy, The World Is A Beautiful Place & I Am No Longer Afraid To Die, Hundredth, Airways, Together Pangea, The Virginmarys, Haggard Cat, and Fangclub.

Plus, 68, Ditz, Stake, Static Dress, Erica Freas, Delair the Liar, S.T. Manville, Chloe Moriondo, Bob Vylan, Bent Knee, Gatherers, Giver, Tom Jenkins, Harry Marshall, InTechnicolour, Grief Ritual, Superlove, Sapphire Blues, Lande Hekt, Katie Malco, Holiday Oscar, Non Canon, Zeb, and Andrew Cushin.

The latest batch of names join the likes of Creeper, Knocked Loose, The Amazons, The Get Up Kids, Boston Manor, Jimmy Eat World, Young Guns, Dinosaur Pile Up, Dream State, Counterfeit, Roam, Hot Milk, Vukovi, Nervus, Black Futures, Lauran Hibberd, Gloo, Cassels, The Winter Passing and Dream Nails.

Held from 9th-11th July on Upcote Farm, near Cheltenham, tickets for 2000trees are on sale now.

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