2000trees Festival adds Bob Vylan, Don Broco, Frank Turner and more to 2024 lineup

They join the likes of Manchester Orchestra and The Gaslight Anthem at Upcote Farm this summer.

Photo: Emma Swann

The third wave of artists confirmed for this summer’s 2000trees Festival is here, and it features vital punk duo Bob Vylan, final main stage headliners Don Broco (for what will be their only live show of 2024!), and festival legends Frank Turner & The Sleeping Souls.

Also announced today are cult favourites Los Campesinos! (who DIY caught at their recent Troxy headline), Isle of Wight’s Lauran Hibberd, and Trees returners Empire State Bastard. Elsewhere, DIY faves Creeper will be back at Upcote Farm come July, while The Mysterines will be bringing their Arctic Monkeys co-signed show to Gloucestershire, and the UK’s thriving punk scene will be well-represented by Brighton’s Lambrini Girls and Belfast’s Problem Patterns.

All these artists and more will join a whole host of previously announced names, including glass-ceiling smashers Nova Twins, fast-riser Cassyette, and Scouse four-piece Crawlers (who we spoke to for our February print issue).

Alongside Don Broco, headlining this year’s proceedings will be The Gaslight Anthem and raucous Aussie trio The Chats; essentially, it’s shaping up to be a bumper year for the well-loved fest.

2000trees 2024 will take place from 10th - 13th July, and tickets are on sale now. Dig into the full list of artists set to play via the poster below.

2000trees Festival share additions to 2024 lineup including Manchester Orchestra, Kids In Glass Houses, and The Xcerts

Tags: Bob Vylan, Cassyette, Crawlers, Creeper, Empire State Bastard, Frank Turner, Kids In Glass Houses, Lambrini Girls, Lauran Hibberd, Los Campesinos!, Manchester Orchestra, Nova Twins, The Chats, The Mysterines, 2000trees, News, Festivals

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