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FESTIVAL: 2000trees

WHERE: Upcote Farm, Withington

WHEN: 6 - 10 July 2022

HEADLINERS:  Jimmy Eat World, Thrice, IDLES


The festival provides complimentary tickets to carers for people who are unable to attend by themselves because they have hearing loss or a disability.

After purchasing a standard ticket please email with the subject ‘Access Requirement Form’. You will receive your complimentary carer ticket manually. When you arrive at the event you will just need to bring your Eticket.

Upon arrival make you way over to the Guest List queue where you will receive your wristbands, passes and any required assistance. There is also a hearing loop facility available at the Wristband Exchange Tent.


You do not need to pre-book accessible car spaces. Upon arrival please display your Blue Badge to a steward who will direct you to a car parking bay directly opposite the main pedestrian entrance.

You will find a viewing platform towards the main stage which is reserved for guests who are unable to stand for a long period of time or wheelchair users. Carers are permitted to use this facility but may be asked to give priority to other guests with a disability.

Accessible toilets are situated in the Access camping site, Main Arena and The Croft Stage.

You will find viewing platforms for the Main Stage and The Cave tent – both platforms have accessible toilets.

Please be aware some acts may use strobe lighting.

Assistance dogs are welcome at the festival, please inform the event in advance if you wish to bring your canine companion.

You can store medication in the fridge situated at the First Aid tent located in the centre of the site. Please ensure your medication is clearly labelled with your full name and contact number. You must collect your medication before noon on the Sunday.


2000trees was launched in 2007 by six friends who were fed up with paying vast amounts of money to watch their favourite acts play live.