Friendly Fires, George Ezra, De La Soul and Jake Bugg are amongst the jam-packed lineup for Truck Festival 2018.

Hill Farm’s Truck Festival has come a long way since it’s £3 opening festival back in 1998 which showcased mostly local bands. Now in their 21st year and being one of the UK’s longest running festivals, the stages, lineup and ticket prices have all considerably multiplied. Taking place on 20-22 July this year, the three-day weekend will be set across six stages with Friendly Fires and George Ezra headlining along with a Sunday headliner yet to be announced.

Tickets are selling at rocket speed with Tiers 3 and 5 already sold out! For those of you who love the idea of the music but not so much the idea of sleeping rough, why not go down the glamping route? The impressive lineup includes Friendly Fires, George Ezra, De La Soul, Jake Bugg, Everything Everything, The Amazons, We Are Scientists, Sub Focus, Oxford Symphony Orchestra and many more.

Truck Festival is fun for all the family, consisting of a dedicated family fun area and family campsite. Plus, under 12s go free!

If you’d like to play at Truck Festival, it’s still not too late to apply. Their Band App closes on 30th March and you can submit music for the chance to perform. With previous performers including Biffy Clyro, Foals and The XX, why not give yourself the chance to join them?

Truck Festival 2018 will take place on 20th-22nd July at Hill Farm, Steventon, Oxfordshire.

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