Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes to headline 2000 Trees 2023

Hundred Reasons, Bob Vylan and more will also head to Cheltenham next July

Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes have been announced as the first headliners for 2000 Trees 2023 – see the full list of bands below.

The festival will return to Upcote Farm in Cheltenham on the weekend of July 5-8 next year, and a host of new bands have been added to the line-up.

Alongside Carter, Hundred Reasons, The Wonder Years, Loathe, Pitchshifter, Cancer Bats, And So I Watch You From Afar, Joyce Manor and many more have been announced for the festival.


Last year’s edition of the festival was headlined by Jimmy Eat World, IDLESThrice and Turnstile, with the likes of Creeper, The RegrettesRolo Tomassi and more also on the bill.

See the full list of bands currently announced for 2000 Trees 2023 below. Tickets are available to buy here.

Ahead of the 2000 Trees headline set, Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes are gearing up for an imminent London residency, with the punk group taking over Camden’s The Underworld next month.

The trio of gigs will kick off December 6 and run until December 8 with support coming from IDestroy, Lambrini Girls and High Vis.

Earlier this month, Frank Carter And The Rattlesnakes released new single ‘The Drugs’ in collaboration with Jamie T. Speaking about the track, Carter said: “‘The Drugs’ was written after a few long conversations with some beautiful friends of mine who had been struggling with addiction. Life is a difficult journey, it’s easier with good friends around.”


The band are currently out on a European headline tour behind their 2021 album ‘Sticky’. Check out the remaining dates below.

28 – Shoko, Madrid, Spain
29 – Razzmatazz 2, Barcelona, Spain

01 – Le Bikini, Toulouse, France
02 – La Cigalle, Paris, France
03 – Tivoli Vredenburg, Utrecht, Netherlands
06 – Underworld, London (with IDestroy)
07 – Underworld, London (with Lambrini Girls)
08 – Underworld, London (with High Vis)

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