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Festival Fortnight: 2000 Trees

2000 Trees festival won Grassroots Festival Of The Year at the UK Music Festival Awards. Photo: Luke Morton

Celebrating it’s fifth birthday this year, 2000 Trees is bringing some of the biggest and best UK artists to Upcote Farm in July.

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Festival Fortnight: Y Not Festival

Y Not Festival is small, fresh and loud. Photo: Tim Welbourn

Y Not Festival offers great value for money experience and is ideal for first time festival-goers. John Fernandez tell more.

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Voting underway for UK Festival Awards

Glastonbury this year was flooded as usual Photo: Geof Wilson

With another explosive summer of festivals out of the way, it’s time for the public to decide which one is the best!

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Nothing but good music at 2000 Trees

Romy Quinnen from Midnight Mile gives a breathtaking performance in the Leaf Lounge. Photo: Luke Morton / The Linc

In the first of our series of summer festival reviews, Luke Morton reflects on 2000 Trees to find out if there is still room for a smaller music festival.

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Frank Turner talks 2000 Trees

Frank Turner headlines Friday night of the 2000 Trees festival. Photo: Vince Kmeron

Headlining his first festival, Frank Turner speaks to The Linc before he takes to the stage at 2000 Trees this Friday, July 16th.

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Festival Fortnight: 2000 Trees

Green and friendly: 2000 Trees festival is an environmentally friendly festival hosting headliners Frank Turner and The Subways. Photo: Ollie Harridge

Green friendly and playing host to some top headliners: 2000 Trees festival will ensure you hear a weekend of fantastic music without breaking the bank.

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