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FOALS, WOLF ALICE and more Set for Oxfordshire’s 2019 TRUCK FESTIVAL

Truck Festival returns again in July and has announced the first set of acts for it’s 2019 event and they include Wolf Alice, Foals, Slaves and more.



It’s not just the big festivals that are putting on some awesome line-ups for 2019 – from July 25th to 28th, Truck Festival will once again return to its beloved Hill Farm in Steventon for the 22nd edition of the UK’s longest running and most cherished small festival.

This year Truck welcomes back local legends Foals back to Hill Farm – twelve years on from their last appearance at the festival where they played an iconic show in The Barn. That 2007 performance at the festival has gone down in Truck folklore and, coupled with it being 5 years since they performed in Oxford, this makes this hometown show all the more special.

Speaking about their excitement to be returning to Truck, Foals commented: “We’re coming home!”

The festival has also confirmed that Thursday night will see Slaves take the headline slot while Wolf Alice will finish up the Friday night and Two Door Cinema Club will be closing out the weekend on the Sunday.

Check out this clip of Foals performing “Inhaler” at Reading Festival in 2016:

The full list of acts announced reads as follows:

Wolf Alice, Foals, Two Door Cinema Club, Slaves, Nothing But Thieves, You Me At Six, Don Broco, IDLES, Kate Nash, Shame, Lewis Capaldi, The Futureheads, Sea Girls, Ten Tonnes, Fontaines D.C., Spector, Clean Cut Kid, She Drew The Gun, Easy Life, Cassia, Whenyoung, Sports Team, Milk Teeth, Puppy, Only The Poets, Pip Blom, Saltwater Sun, Vistas, The Murder Capital, Lucia, Swimming Girls, Lady Bird, Press To Meco, Martha, Gaffa Tape Sandy, Heavy Lungs, Haze, Devon, The Mysterines, Kagoule, Zuzu, Annabel Allum, Cassels, Cheerbleederz, Sunshine Frisbee Laserbeam, Lacuna Common, Self Help, Mr Motivator

For more information, ticket details and line-up news, please visit: the Official Truck Festival website.

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