Truck Festival Preview

Truck Festival 2023 is set to be a thrilling and highly anticipated event with its rich history and reputation for showcasing top-notch talent, this year's edition promises to deliver an unforgettable experience over three action-packed days.

Taking place in the picturesque surroundings of Oxfordshire, UK, Truck Festival offers a unique blend of established acts and rising stars from a wide range of musical genres. From indie rock to alternative pop and everything in between, there's something for everyone's taste.

This year's headliners are Royal Blood, hot on the heels of their stunning Glastonbury appearance, expect a set full of primal anthems such as ‘Figure It Out’, ‘Out Of The Black’ and ‘Little Monster'.  Alt-J will bring their dazzlingly intricate and folk alt rock songs, with four albums in the bank, the Leeds trio have honed a quintessential sound, making their tracks instantly recognisable from the first chords of ‘Breezeblocks’ and ‘Left Hand Free’.  One of the ultimate festival bands Two Door Cinema Club will top the bill on Friday, bringing  a set filled with indie bangers such as ‘Undercover Martyn’, ‘Something Good Can Work’ and ‘What You Know’ to more recent cuts like ‘Are We Ready (Wreck)’, ‘Bad Decisions’ and ‘Talk’. 

Also appearing on the bill are Self Esteem bringing her vastly critically acclaimed live show to Hill Farm this summer, with unapologetic pop hits such as ‘I Do This All The Time’ and ‘The 345’.  Fresh from the release of her second album 'The Good Witch' Maisie Peters will bring her reflective pop to Truck. No strangers to Truck Festival, The Vaccines will be performing their glittering back catalogue of festival anthems with them.  Other must see acts are Circa Waves,  DMA’s, Everything Everything,  Pale Waves and Beabadoobee, and so much more

Truck Festival Line up PosterWith its stellar line up, picturesque location, and vibrant atmosphere, Truck Festival 2023 is shaping up to be an unmissable event. Whether you're a seasoned festival-goer or a first-timer, this celebration of music and culture is sure to leave a lasting impression.

Truck Festival takes place from Friday 21st - Sunday 23rd July.