Deaf Havana to headline 2000trees Festival

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Alt-rock heroes Deaf Havana will headline the 2000trees Festival main stage this summer.

Kerbdog, Pulled Apart By Horses and Arcane Roots are also confirmed in the first line-up announcement of the year from the multi-award-winning festival, along with The Computers, Rob Lynch, Big Sixes, Allusondrugs, Nothing But Thieves and &U&I.

Gloucestershire’s own SOLEMN SUN, The Cadbury Sisters and Thrill Collins are set to play, along with Milk Teeth, The St. Pierre Snake Invasion, Bridges, Lonely Tourist and Rozelle.

Deaf Havana have released two critically-acclaimed major label albums, supported Bruce Springsteen and Muse, completed a plethora of sold out headline tours and played numerous high profile mainstream festivals.

Lead guitarist Chris Pennells says the band are really excited to headline the main stage:

"2000 trees is a festival we've always looked forward to one day playing, due to its solid line-ups of great British rock bands. It's great that our pals Big Sixes will be there and we're looking forward to The Computers and Rob Lynch too" Tickets are now on sale at last year's prices until midnight tomorrow (Sun, Feb 1st) and are available at

Published on 02 February 2015 by Ben Robinson

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