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Johnny Marr And Public Service Broadcasting Among New Names For Truck Festival 2019

Tuesday, 19 March 2019 Written by Jon Stickler

Johnny Marr and Public Service Broadcasting are among the new acts announced for this year's Truck Festival.

The Oxfordshire independent festival was started in 1998 by the Bennett family, who decided that mainstream festivals such as Glastonbury had become too commercial and predictable. It'll return to Hill Farm, near Steventon between July 26 and 28.

Prior to unveiling the first line up announcement, the festival teased the bill in a very unique way… using potatoes. Truck had written the names of acts and artists on potatoes before posting them to early bird ticket buyers. 

What? Truck is one of the UK's longest running and most popular small festivals, showcasing indie's biggest stars as well as emerging talent.

Where? Hill Farm, near Steventon.

When? July 26-28.

Who? The latest acts to be added to the line up are Johnny Marr, Public Service Broadcasting, Macky Gee, Notion, Turno, My Nu Leng, Emerald, Ocean Wisdom, K Motionz w/ MC Skibadee, Switch DJ’s, Hot 8 Brass Band, Dodie, Sunset Sons, the Japanese House, Mallory Knox, Yonaka, Fatherson, Psychedelic Porn Crumpets, Island, Indoor Pets, Gurr, Anteros, Feet, Sean McGowan, Hot Milk, Marsicans, Alfie Templeman, Fur, Apre, Deco, Inhaler, Spinn, False Advertising, Red Rum Club, Saint Agnes, Sugarthief, the Van T's, Black Doldrums, the Estevans, Getrz, the Kicklips, Lacuna Bloome, Latenight Honeymoon, Vida, RATS, Young Garbo, Mr Motivator and the Oxford Symphony Orchestra.

Foals, Wolf Alice, Two Door Cinema Club and Slaves will headline the event, while also set to appear are Nothing But Thieves, You Me At Six, Don Broco, Idles, Kate Nash, Shame, Lewis Capaldi, the Futureheads, Sea Girls, Ten Tonnes, Fontaines D.C, Spector, Clean Cut Kid, She Drew The Gun, Easy Life, Cassia, Whenyoung, Sports Team, Milk Teeth, Puppy, Only The Poets, Pip Blom, Saltwater Sun, Swimming Girls, Press To Meco, Martha, Kagoule and many more. Head below for the full line up to date.

For Foals it will be their first homecoming show in over five years and marks 12 years since they played the festival's Barn Stage.

Tickets? Tickets are on sale now. Click here to get your Truck Festival tickets through Stereoboard.

 
Here here for more details about Truck Festival.

Truck Festival Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Fri July 26 2019 - OXFORDSHIRE Hill Farm
Sat July 27 2019 - OXFORDSHIRE Hill Farm
Sun July 28 2019 - OXFORDSHIRE Hill Farm

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