From July 25th – 28th, Truck Festival will once again return to Hill Farm in Steventon for the 22nd edition of the UK’s longest running small festival.
This year Truck welcomes local legends Foals back to Hill Farm – twelve years on from their last appearance at the festival where they played a show in The Barn.
Last year Truck opened its doors for the first time on the Thursday. This year, Slaves will be headlining the opening night.
Friday will see Wolf Alice headline the main Stage. This will be one of the band’s few festival appearances this year, certainly not one to be missed.
Closing Truck Festival is indie giants Two Door Cinema Club – who like Foals and Slaves have previously featured at the festival – and now return for a headline performance.
Also performing is a cherry-picked array of names at the forefront of their scene, including pop punk royalty You Me At Six, recent BRIT nominees IDLES, heralded indie-pop singer Kate Nash, South London five-piece Shame, The Futureheads, four-piece DIY indie/punk Martha, Don Broco and many more.
As ever, the festival will also welcome a host of local bands.