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2000 Trees Festival news: Say NO to single use! Make sure you take your tent (and all the assorted gubbins…

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Say NO to single use! Make sure you take your tent (and all the assorted gubbins) with you after 2000trees 2019 – this massively cuts down on the waste and plastic pollution on site, helping not just us but the environment too.

And make sure you give your mates a big kick if they're planning on leaving their camping stuff. We're all in this together! 💪💪💪


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🌳 We look forward to seeing sights like these for 360+ days a year... make sure you're joining us for 2000trees 2020 by getting your tickets from bit.ly/TREES2020!!

📸 Gareth Bull
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🌳 We look forward to seeing sights like these for 360+ days a year... make sure youre joining us for 2000trees 2020 by getting your tickets from bit.ly/TREES2020!!

📸 Gareth Bull

 

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Do you mean we build the festival and live there for nearly the whole year, bar 5 days? Okay, I'm in.

🎥 The 2000trees 2019 Official Aftermovie... who can spot themselves?!Deep in the heart of the Gloucestershire countryside, we were joined by headliners Frank Turner and The Sleeping Souls, You Me At Six, Deaf Havana - plus LOA... ... See MoreSee Less

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this is amazing

Look my face!! 😂😂😂😂

Don’t remember any of that......I think I was there?!🤔🤷🏼‍♂️

Andy Sorenti Joe Moor hey boys check out the handsome fellas at the 1min Mark haha

Elena Marie couldnt see us but epic video

Richard Wellington I legitimately watched this in fear that someone caught us kicking off at the silent disco 😂. WHAT A TIME

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14 COMMENTS

  1. 2000 Trees – please keep promoting this up to and during the festival or it won’t have any impact. I still think you should charge a £10 (or similar) returnable deposit in exchange for a black bag full of rubbish handed in at the end of the festival.

  2. I normally leave a festival after the last band has finished on a Sunday night.
    The few I’ve left on a Monday have been an eye opener, the amount of abandoned gear is unreal, you can kit up really well if your prepared to do a bit of scavenging.
    Still you should leave nothing behind but good vibes and flattened grass! I always clear up my patch of land!

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