The self acclaimed 'Godfather of the small festival scene' is back! This annual music festival takes place in Steventon, Oxfordshire and with 2018 being the festival's 21st year it plans to dominate with yet another cracking line up. For the first time, organisers have introduced an early entry ticket for Thursday the19th July before the main festival weekend begins. Upon purchasing early entry admission, ticketholders will be able to see performances from bands and artists including Peace, Jaws, Kandia and Little Brother Eli to kickstart the weekeend.
As always there will also be a wide variety of food to cater for all and also family friendly activities for those with children.
This years lineup includes headliners: Friendly Fires on Friday, George Ezra on Saturday and The Courteeners on closing night which will be Sunday 22nd July.
Also featured, will be performances from Everything Everything, Circa Waves, Jake Bugg and many more. There are several stages on site with a huge selection of all genres of bands and artists. Here are just a handful of acts that are worth checking out
Hellions – A hard core punk band from Sydney,Australia. Their music can be likened to that of American pop-punk band Good Charlotte. They will be on stage at The Nest on Friday.
Goldrush – An English 5 piece rock band. Band members Robin and Joe aka The Bennett brothers are also the founders Truck Festival and will be performing in their band for an exclusive one off set. What better way to pay homage to the people that made this awesome festival a reality. This special set can be seen at the Veterans and Virgins stage on Friday.
Anteros – This dream-pop band quartet from London have previously played alongside Two Door Cinema Club, White Lies and Blaenavon (who are also playing at Truck this year) Anteros also played sets at Glastonbury, Reading and Leeds. Their single "Breakfast" is quite a catchy, happy go lucky kind of pop song. These will be seen on the Main Stage on Saturday. ]
Lady Bird – The trio can easily be likened to last year's performers Slaves. Their music style is heavy rock with agressive riffs, their songs also have a literary vibe to them while narrating stories with their straight to the point lyrics. We will be seeing them at The Nest on Saturday.
Hey Charlie – a three piece all girl pop punk band. Their vibe overflows with girl power while playing their sugary pop songs. They have previously been on tour with All Time Low. These punktastic ladies will be performing on the Market Stage on Sunday.
So whether you fancy riding "Shotgun" with George Ezra or want to enjoy "Junk Food Forever" with The Amazons, Truck Festival will no doubt keep you entertained all weekend long!