Truck Festival has announced a mega line-up
Yes, it is the news we have all been
waiting for as all the big-hitters on the UK festival scene start announcing
line-ups and kick-starting the debate between pals as to where to head this
Truck Festival 2020 has a lot to live up to
after the success of last year’s headliners Wolf Alice, Foals and Two Door
It looks like this year may top that
line-up, with Bombay Bicycle Club taking a headliner slot off the back of the
release of their inventive new LP, ‘Everything Else Has Gone Wrong’.
23rd year, Truck Festival is back with a bang down on Hill
Farm in Steventon from July 30th – August 2nd.
As always, Truck caters for the Indie crowd
with massive names Kooks and Catfish & The Bottlemen taking the other
headliner slots. Both bands come to the Oxfordshire festival with a huge back
Elsewhere, Stockport port beauties Blossoms
have been announced the week their third studio album ‘Foolish Loving Spaces’
lands, before a 25 date UK tour including three back-to-back shows at London’s
O2 Kentish Town Forum.
Truck Festival organiser Matt Harrap has
been thrilled with the announcement of this year’s line-up:
“We’re extremely excited to announce our
first wave of artists for this year’s show! Having artists of the calibre of
The Kooks and the forever requested Bombay Bicycle Club coming to headline the
event after many years of asking is truly humbling.”
With Indie veterans The Pigeon Detectives
coming alongside the likes of riff-heavy Sports Team, the modern soul bliss of
Easy Life and the raw energy of Shame (who come back after having to pull out
of last year’s performance), Truck 2020 is a treat that anyone would want to
sink their teeth into.
With tickets at just £120 (plus booking
fee), Truck remains an absolute steal in an ever-saturated festival scene. If
you are an Indie-nut looking for a festival that has that DIY, community feel
then Truck is the only place you need to be!