Truck Festival reveals Second Wave of Artists

Truck Festival – the UK’s longest running small festival – announces its second wave of artists including Deaf Havana, Idris Elba, Hinds, Pulled Apart By Horses plus many more additions.

The new acts join headliners including The Libertines, The Vaccines and Franz Ferdinand at the 20th anniversary festival taking place 21 – 23 July, 2017 at Hill Farm, Steventon, Oxfordshire. As well as The Wombats, nu-punk duo Slaves, Maximo Park, Nothing But Thieves and New Orleans based outfit Hot 8 Brass Band.

Also announced today are The Moonlandingz, Jamie Lenman, The Big Moon, Honey Blood, Zak Abel, five-piece indie act Pumarosa, alternative rockers Arcane Roots and London based riot grrrl advocates Dream Wife.

Switch Oxford will be making a triumphant return for the third year running and set to present some of the biggest and best offering in electronic music. First names announced include bass powerhouse T Q D, drum & bass act SaSaSaS, grime meisters Elijah & Skilliam, Swindle, Champion & MC Serious, Switch Residentsand many more.

Tickets: weekend pass £105

Also on this announcement are VUKOVI, Bad SoundsTHE RHYTHM METHODWSTRArdyn, Girl Ray, Kagoule, Catherine McGraph, RedFaces, SHELLS, The Night Café, The Dreaming Spires, PALM HONEY, Indigo Husk, Weirds, Kamikaze Girls, Alpha Male Tea Party and The Oxford Symphony Orchestra.

Elsewhere on the bill are Market Stage headliners Jagwar Ma while hip-hop musician Loyle Carner and Scottish rockers Twin Atlantic take the top spot on Saturday and Sunday.  indie rock group Sundara Karma, British Sea Power, 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.