The Gaslight Anthem have been announced as the first main stage headliners for next year’s 2000trees Festival. They will close the Thursday night on July 11th 2024.
“We’ve tried to book The Gaslight Anthem pretty much every year for the last 10 years, so we’re super stoked to have them joining us at Upcote Farm – we think they’re a perfect 2000trees headliner,” commented 2000trees Festival booker, James Scarlett. “The ’59 Sound in particular was a really important album to me so to finally have the band at 2000trees is going to be something special.”
2000trees Festival 2024 will take place from Wednesday 10th July (4-day ticket only) to Saturday 13th July. At the time of writing, 60% of all tickets have been already snapped up.
Tickets can be purchased here.
They will also be playing headline shows in March 2024
Not only will The Gaslight Anthem be headlining 2000trees next summer, but they have announced a run of UK headline shows for next March. Texan artist Emily Wolfe will be joining them as support.
Additionally, ahead of their 2000trees headline spot, they will be playing a warm-up show at Rock City in Nottingham.
18th O2 Academy, Glasgow
21st O2 Academy, Sheffield
22nd O2 Apollo, Manchester
23th Civic Hall, Wolverhampton
25th Roundhouse, London
26th Roundhouse, London
29th 3 Olympia, Dublin
10th Rock City, Nottingham
11th 2000trees Festival, Upcote Farm, Cheltenham
Tickets are available via artist presale (pw: history24) starting tomorrow 4th October at 10am BST. Public onsale takes place on Friday 6th October at 10am BST.
Listen to The Gaslight Anthem’s New Single – ‘Autumn’
As well as announcing their upcoming UK live appearances, The Gaslight Anthem have shared a third track from their upcoming ‘History Books’ album. With the leaves falling from the trees, the quartet have ideally released a track called ‘Autumn’.
With its harmonious tone and oceanic guitars, the track sees The Gaslight Anthem in a contemplative mood.
“I wrote that song on a really beautiful fall day, looking out the window and thinking, ‘How many days like this do we get to see?'”, explained frontman Brian Fallon. “So much of life is just trying to get by, but every now and then you have those moments where you can really feel grateful for the small things.”
‘History Books’ is released on October 27th through Rich Mahogany Recordings (distributed via Thirty Tigers).