The UK’s most beloved small festival is set to return to its home at Hill Farm in Steventon for its 23rd year…
Truck Festival is set to be bigger than ever this year, with headlining acts Bombay Bicycle Club,The Kooks and Catfish And The Bottlemen announced last week.
Having just completed a ten year anniversary tour for their iconic album I Had The Blues But Shook Them Loose, Bombay Bicycle Club have released their new LP Everything Else Has Gone Wrong to widespread praise, earning them the headlining spot at Truck on Friday night. This will be their very first time playing the festival, along with the headline act for Saturday: another household indie name, the quadruple-platinum band The Kooks. Both bands are expected to be huge draws for the festival, along with the returning bill-topping act from 2016, Catfish And The Bottlemen, who are set to close out Truck in style.
Also confirmed for the bill are Shame, after being unable to perform last year, La Roux, DMA’s, Pale Waves, The Big Moon, Sundara Karma and The Pigeon Detectives, with more still to be announced.
With a line-up sure to impress any indie fan, Truck should have no trouble beating the amazing £103,000 they raised for local and international charities in 2019. Supporting charity has always been an essential part of the festival, with the majority of their donations being raised by volunteers working in Truck’s Feel Good Food Tent.
The Truck Festival is set to place from July 30 – August 2. Click here to book your tickets now.