Win two weekend tickets to 2000trees festival

PUBLISHED: 09:03 08 June 2017 | UPDATED: 11:51 08 June 2017

Mallory Knox.

Mallory Knox.

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More than a dozen acts will perform at 2000trees Festival this year including Lower Than Atlantis and Mallory Knox, and you could win tickets.

The independent rock festival is held in the Cotswold Hills. It is now in its 11th year and will run from July 6-9.

Frank Carter And The Rattlesnakes and Nothing But Thieves will headline on the Friday night while Lower Than Atlantis will be joined by Slaves to fill the Saturday night headline slot.

Lower Than Atlantis front man Mike Duce said: “We’re really excited to return to 2000trees this summer. It will be our first UK festival since our new record came out, so it’ll be great to play a lot more of those songs.”

Other bands on the line-up include Young Guns, Skinny Lister, The Menzingers and Mallory Knox.

The festival’s organiser James Scarlett said: “The UK rock scene is in ridiculously strong health and we’re happy to be giving these bands a chance to co-headline a UK festival.

“It truly feels like 2000trees version 11 is going to be the best one yet. Roll on July.”

The festival will also offer amazing food and locally-produced ciders and ales.

2000trees Festival will take place from July 6-9, at Upcote Farm near Cheltenham in Gloucestershire.

The site will open at 1pm on July 6, general admission for July 7 will be from 8am-11pm and gates will be open from 8am-7pm on July 8.

Tickets, priced £83 for a two-day ticket or £100 for a three-day ticket, are available via www.twothousandtreesfestival.co.uk/tickets
The Mercury has teamed up with 2000trees to offer one lucky reader the chance to win a pair of weekend tickets – worth £200 – to the festival.

To enter, simply answer the following question below by 10am on June 16. Usual Archant rules apply and the editor’s decision is final. By entering, you agree to be contacted by representatives of Archant.


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