Full Truck Festival line-up announced

Supergrass, Ash, Wild Beasts for Oxford bash

Full Truck Festival line-up announced
The full line-up for this year's Truck Festival has been announced.

Taking place near Abingdon in Oxford on July 25-26, the festival features the likes of Ash, Supergrass, The Candyskins, Wild Beasts and former Can singer Damo Suzuki.

Organisers have announced that a further 700 tickets have been put on sale for the bash, and that weekend and day tickets are still available to buy. See Thisistruck.com for more information.

The Joy Formidable, Pete Molinari and Euros Childs are also on the bill.

The full line up for Truck Festival is:

6 Day Riot
A Place to Bury Strangers
Alphabet Backwards
And So I Watch You from Afar
Andrew Ferris
Andy Hankdog
Angie Palmer
Aphasia
Army Navy
Ash
Atlantic/Pacific
Bethan Elfyn (DJ set)
Blue Wall
Broken Records
Calories
Captain Wonk vs Mr Strangelove (Joint Set)
Cat Martino
Cat Matador
Chew Lips
Co pilgrim
Colour
Damo Suzuki
Danny the Champ
Data Select Party
Dear Reader
Detachments
Detroit Social Club
Dial F for Frankenstein
Digital Donkey
Disasteradio
Dive Dive
DJ Food & DK (Video Turntablism)
DJ Jay B
Dusty and the Dreaming Spires
Eliza Gilkyson and band
Errors
Euros Childs
Fanfarlo
Farmer Jason
Fredrick Stanley Starr
From Light to Sound
Funk Tanker
Funkface (DJ set)
Gabriel and Ruth Minnkin
Gabriel Prokofiev (DJ set)
Gary Louris & Mark Olson
Grammatics
Grandmaster 'Tache
Hjaltalin
Holton's Opulent Oog
Hot Club of Cowtown
House of Brothers
Jali Fily Cissokho
James Norman Foundation
Jason Russo
Jeremy Warmsley
Joby Burgess
Joe Allen Band
John Kameel Farah
John Matthias & Nick Ryan
Koolaid Electric Company
KTB
Lee Mortimer & Foamo
Linda Rose Moody
Little Sister
Luke Smith
Manana
Mark Gardener, Dusty & the Dreaming Spires and guests
Maybeshewill
Mike Heron & Georgia Seddon
Minor Coles
Miranda Lee Richards
Mr Fogg
Mr Shaodow
Nedry
Neil Halstead
Nelly B Page
Nervous Testpilot
Nick Cope
Otto Baxter
Oxygen Ponies
Panama Kings
Pete Molinari
Pulled Apart by Horses
Rabbit Foot Spasm Band
Rachael Dadd
Red Light Company
Sad Day for Puppets
Sam Isaac
Skylarkin
Sportsday Megaphone
Stornoway
Supergrass
Sweet Baboo
Talons
Telegraphs
The Candyskins
The Elysian Quartet
The Epstein
The Ghost of a Thousand
The Hot Rats
The Joy Formidable
The Long Insiders
The Louche
The Relationships
The Xcerts
The XX
Their Hearts Were Full of Spring
Them Squirrels
This Town Needs Guns
Thomas Truax
Total Science
Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs
Treetop Flyers
Trevor Moss & Hannah Lou
Two Door Cinema Club
Undertheigloo
Ute
Vieux Farka Toure
We Are Enfant Terrible
We Were Promised Jet Packs
White Belt Yellow Tag
Wild Beasts
Wintersleep
Yacht
Young Husband

To check the availability of Truck Festival tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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