2000trees has confirmed more acts, taking place between the 6th-8th July in Upcote Farm, Gloucestershire.
The latest additions to the festival are The Wonder Years, The Front Bottoms, Beach Slang, Black Peaks, Gnarwolves, Sløtface, De Staat, The Hyena Kill, Get Inuit, Acres, Peaness, Moses and Wallflower.
They will join the previously announced co-headliners Nothing But Thieves (Friday) and Slaves (Saturday), as well as Pulled Apart By Horses, Jamie Lenman, Feed The Rhino, Dinosaur Pile-Up, Munice Girls, Black Foxxes, Grumble Bee, SHVPES, Bad Sign, Bellevue Days, Fizzy Blood, Area 11, Greywind, The One Hundred, Giants, Away Days, Milestones and many more.
“We had a phenomenal 10th anniversary last year,” says festival organiser James Scarlett. “The atmosphere was so special and the feedback was just incredible, so it was always going to be a tough task to top that, but ALL our efforts have gone into doing just that and we are unbelievably excited for 2017. As a 100% independent festival, we have always sought to maintain the intimate, friendly and fun vibe that sets smaller events apart and we are growing organically with amazing ideas in the pipeline to help 2000trees Festival to really flourish as one of the best small festivals in the UK”
Two-day tickets are priced at £83, with three-day tickets (Thursday entry) priced at £100. For further information, the full line-up so far and tickets head to the 2000trees website.