Idlewild announced as headliners for Truck Festival 2007

The Band’s Garth Hudson to make a very special appearance

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Idlewild are to headline, alongside a whole host of acts confirmed for the Truck Festival 2007.

The event takes place on July 21-22 at Hill Farm in Oxfordshire.

The band join the Main Stage, playing with the likes of Brian Jonestown Massacre and Goldrush on July 21.

Sunday's sets include an extra special performance, unveiled in the form of Garth Hudson from The Band, who will headline on the Sunday night (July 22), playing classic The Band covers with an all-star band.

The final day of performances include artists Electric Soft Parade, Jack Penate and Hot Club De Paris.

The full line-up for the Main Stage is as follows:

Saturday July 21

Idlewild
Brian Jonestown Massacre
Goldrush
Brakes
Buck 65
Piney Gir
Chris T-T Band
The Mules
Morrison Steam Fayre
The Cut Outs
Drug Squad


Sunday July 22

Garth Hudson & Finale
Electric Soft Parade
Glenn Tilbrook
Jack Penate
Grand Drive
Hot Club De Paris
Ralfe Band
The Silent League
Rendle Will
OX BAND The Walk Off
Wayne McArthur and the Universal Players


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