The Horrors to headline Truck Festival 2013 – ticket details

The band make their Truck stage debut in the top spot

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The Horrors have been announced as headliners of this year's Truck Festival.

The band will take the top slot on Saturday night at the annual event, which takes place at Hill Farm in Steventon, Oxfordshire on July 19 and 20. Also on the bill are Ash, Gaz Coombes, Rolo Tomassi, Dry The River, Toy, Tall Ships and more.

Early bird tickets for the festival have now sold out, but general sale tickets are available at a price of £74 from the Truck website.

Acts playing Truck Festival 2013 include:

The Horrors
Ash
Gaz Coombes
Dan Le Sac Vs Scroobius Pip
Dry The River
Rolo Tomassi
Tall Ships
Gunning For Tamar
Crash Of Rhinos
Stagecoach
Axes
The Social Club
Salvation Bill
Lewis Watson
Jack Martello
Toy
Planes
The Bots
Ady Suleiman
Brother & Bones
The Computers
Wet Nuns
Arcane Roots
Max Raptor and The Physics House Band
The Family Rain
Fight Like Apes

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