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September 2019
Festivals

Deaf Havana and Yonaka are among the acts performing on 2000trees' acoustic stage

The Forest Sessions Stage opens from 7pm on Wednesday 10th July.
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Published: 10:33 am, June 10, 2019
Deaf Havana and Yonaka are among the acts performing on 2000trees' acoustic stage

2000trees Festival has unveiled the line-up for this year’s acoustic stage, including Deaf Havana and Yonaka.

Performing on the Forest Sessions Stage - which opens early from 7pm on Wednesday 10th July - will also be Holding Absence, Mull Historical Society (featuring Bernard Butler), Grace Petrie, Cavetown, Murray Macleod (The Xcerts), Tony Wright (Terrorvision), Andy Cairns (Therapy?), The Skints, Sullii, Press to MECO, Johnny Lloyd, Holiday Oscar, Non Canon, Brightr, Watercolours, Chas Palmer-Williams, Gaz Brookfield, B-Sydes, No Violet, Ducking Punches, Rob Lynch, A.A.Williams and Billy The Kid.

Also playing the event are Frank Turner (Thursday headliner), You Me At Six (Friday headliner) and Deaf Havana (Saturday headliner), Every Time I Die, Frank Iero and the Future Violents, Jamie Lenman, While She Sleeps, Cancer Bats, Turnstile, As It Is, Rolo Tomassi, Drug Church, Culture Abuse, Can't Sleep, The Black Queen, Wicca Phase Springs Eternal, Petrol Girls, The Wildhearts, Dream State, The Armed, Puppy, ANGEL DU$T and more.

2000trees Festival runs from 11th-13th July at Upcote Farm near Cheltenham in Gloucestershire.

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