2000 Trees Festival – Must See Acts 2018!

Festival season is in full swing, the sun is out and England finally seems to experience what summer properly feels like. With the promise of glorious sunshine on the way 2000 Trees festival is getting ready for the big party this weekend. Taking place on 12th – 14th July 2018 on Upcote Farm, the festival is the annual celebration of everything new and exciting in the UK rock scene.

If you are still unsure of who to see this 2000 Trees, here are a few bands you should definitely catch live!

 

DREAM STATE

Dream State don’t really need an introduction these days. Just go and see for yourself!

Vocalist CJ and the boys will blow you away from the first second with their uber energetic live set that takes you right back to the good old nu metal days. Dream State are what the rock scene needed and they are here to stay. Get down to the AXIOM stage on Saturday early to dance with Dream State when half of the band jumps into the crowd at some point. You wanna be right at the front for this, trust me!

 

 

BLOOD COMMAND

Right after Dream State, Blood Command will continue the party over at the CAVE stage on Saturday afternoon. Expect Scandi rock music with metal and punk influences at its best. Fronted by the powerful voice of Karina Ljone the Norwegian outfit will show you how it is done. If you like your genres to blend here and there then you are lucky, as Blood Command provide the perfect set list for that.

 

 

PRESS TO MECO

With not just one but two sets across the festival weekend Press To MECO are hard to miss on the bill. Being known for their amazing three way vocals and their dynamic live shows, Press To MECO get you moving on Thursday down at the CAVE.  And if you fancy a more stripped back approach, head down to the forest on Friday evening for a chilled out acoustic set at 2000 Trees famous FOREST stage.

 

WOES

Providing you with your daily dose of pop punk will be WOES on Saturday down at the CAVE stage. The Scottish four-piece will have you jumping up and down in the sunshine to their fresh new pop punk tunes. Having already graced the festival stages around the country, WOES will surely have some energy left to party at 2000 Trees, so you better make it count.

 

 

See you on Upcote Farm!

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