Deaf Havana, Hinds, Idris Elba and The Moonlandingz Among Latest Acts for Truck Festival Posted on Thu 9th March 2017

others added include The Dreaming Spires, Pulled Apart By Horses and Jamie Lenman

Deaf Havana will be appearing at Truck Festival 2017

Celebrating its 20th anniversary this summer, Truck Festival – the UK’s longest running small festival – has revealed the second wave of artists for this years event including: Deaf Havana, Hinds, Idris Elba , The Moonlandingz, Pulled Apart By Horses, Jamie Lenman he Big Moon, Honey Blood, Zak Abel, Pumarosa, Arcane Roots, Dream Wife,  plus Truck favourites The Dreaming Spires.

Renowned as one of the longest running small festivals in the country, Truck Festival is a small, independent, family friendly music festival taking place over the weekend of the Friday 21st – Sunday 23 July, 2017, at Hill Farm, Old Marston, Oxford.

Revelers can expect an eclectic mix of live music and DJ performances from the best global talent as well as a medley of locally sourced food markets and ale stalls, Silent Discos, the Nighthawk Cinema and a family area hosting themed games, races and sandpits, and much, much more. 

Switch Oxford will be retutning for the third year to present some of the biggest and best offering in electronic music, including: T Q D, SaSaSaS, Elijah & Skilliam, Swindle, Champion & MC Serious, Switch Residents and many more.

Other acts added to the bill are: VUKOVI, Bad Sounds, THE RHYTHM METHOD, WSTR, Ardyn, Girl Ray, Kagoule, Catherine McGraph, RedFaces, SHELLS, The Night Café,  PALM HONEY, Indigo Husk, Weirds, Kamikaze Girls, Alpha Male Tea Party and The Oxford Symphony Orchestra,

Artists already confirmed for Truck Festival 2017 are headliners The Libertines, Franz Ferdinand and The Vaccines, plus The Wombats, Slaves, Maximo Park, Nothing But Thieves, Hot 8 Brass Band, Jagwar Ma, Loyle Carner, Twin Atlantic, Sundara Karma and British Sea Power. Also appearing on the bill are: Vant, Cabbage, Palace, The Magic Gang, Tom Grenan, All Them Witches, Jaws, Roam, Will Joseph Cook, Lawrence Taylor, Inheaven, Goat Girl, The Shimmer Band, Tigercub, Crows, Yonaka, Banfi, Willie J Healey, Slotface, Francobollo, Life, Abattoir Blues, Dead Pretties, Weirds, Husky Loops, Peaness, Leader and Pedder, and Mr Motivator.

Ticket Information 
Weekend Camping - £125
Chidren under 12 - free

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Last modified on: Thu 9th March 2017

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