Truck Festival just got bigger, now taking place from Thursday, 19th July till Sunday, 22nd July at Hill Farm in Oxfordshire.
Celebrating 21 years since they took off and being well-known for supporting up and coming artists and local acts, Truck Festival is returning this year not only with an additional date but also a line up that will rival other big festivals.
The first wave of acts, which was announced in the back end of February, included headliners George Ezra and Friendly Fires, returning acts such as indie rock band Peace and The Amazons, as well as We Are Scientists, Jake Bugg, De La Soul and many more.
Of course, there will be numerous local artists taking part as well, so keep an eye out for mind-blowing sets from Kanadia, The Orielles, Little Brother Eli, Marika Hickman, Blaenavon and Dream Wife, to name a few.
However, this is not all of what Truck Fest will be offering this summer and they made sure to keep the best for last – Sunday headliners.
Revealed only recently, around two weeks after their first announcement, Courteeners will take to the stage on Sunday night (22nd July) to close 2018’s Truck festival. What is more, Courteeners will be joined by a number of other acts including Drenge, Lewis Capaldi, Editors, Fickle Friends and many more.
Check out the full line up here –
There are more acts and stages expected to be announced, but tickets have gone on sale and you can get yours here – https://truckfestival.com/tickets/