Turnstile to co-headline 2000trees, more bands added to line-up

Turnstile will be joining Thrice, IDLES and Jimmy Eat World at the top of the bill for next year's 2000trees.

Turnstile to co-headline 2000trees, more bands added to line-up
Emily Carter
Jimmy Fontaine

2000trees have made another huge announcement ahead of next year's fest, with the mighty Turnstile set to co-headline the main stage.

The Baltimore heroes will be joining fellow headliners Thrice, Jimmy Eat World and IDLES, with booker James Scarlett enthusing: "As far as I’m concerned, two of the hottest and most exciting rock bands on the planet are IDLES and Turnstile, so I’m absolutely stoked they’re both going to be at 2000trees 2022.

"Turnstile are on actual fire right now and having them co-headline the Trees main stage is going to be an incredible thing to behold. Go tell your friends and get your tickets booked!"

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On top of that, 2000trees have also added the following to next year's line-up: Pigs, Pigs, Pigs, Pigs, Pigs, Pigs, Pigs, McLusky, Can't Swim, Higher Power, John, Nervus, Airways, Avalanche Party, Bears In Trees, Bent Knee, Cassels, Chapter And Verse, Chastity, Creature, Gatherers, Grief Ritual, Halflives, InTechnicolour, Lady Bird, LibraLibra, Lucia And The Best Boys, Marisa And The Moths, Panic Shack, Raiders, Rews, Sapphire Blues, Slothrust, The Oozes, The Virginmarys, The Winter Passing, Together Pangea, Tom Jenkins, Worriers and wych elm.

"Can’t wait to get back to England, so many fond memories of touring there over the last few years and I miss it very much," says Can't Swim's Chris LoPorto. "We played 2000trees in 2019 and it was such a good day, next year’s line-up is insane and I’m very excited to be a part of it."

If that's not enough, the full Wednesday bill has been unveiled – featuring Pulled Apart By Horses, Johnny Foreigner, Black Foxxes, Palm Reader, Jim Lockey & The Solemn Sun, Dave Mcpherson, Holiday Oscar, Non Canon, Heartwork, George Gadd and Andy Oliveri.

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