Truck add a host of new additions

plus day tickets now on sale

By Scott Williams | Published: Thu 17th Jun 2010

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Friday 23rd to Sunday 25th July 2010
Hill Farm, Steventon, near Abingdon, Oxfordshire, OX13 6SW, England MAP
adult weekend £80, teen (13-17) £60, under 12 free
Daily capacity: 4,000
Last updated: Thu 17th Jun 2010

Oxfordshire's Truck festival has announced a host of new acts plus made day tickets available.

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Truck's 13th birthday line-up has been added to with Dial F for Frankenstein, Family Machine, Message To Bears, and Mr. Fogg all confirmed to make an appearance on Friday.

The latest additions to Saturday's line-up are Ace Bushy Striptease, Active Child, Alex Clissold-Jones, Anna Calvi, Aphasia, Atlantic/Pacific, Bishop and Douch, Boat To Row, Chad Valley, Charley Coombes & The New Breed, Cyberwlf, DJ Nelly B Page, Dusty and the Dreaming Spires, Fixers, Fresh Out The Box DJs, full lotus, Holly Miranda, John Kameel Farah, KTB, Matt Kirshen, Meursault, Mr Shaodow, Neuroplasm, Peepshow Paddy, The Original Rabbit Foot Spasm Band, Ralfe Band, Silent Alliance, Something Beginning With L, Spaceships Are Cool, The Minnikins, The Silent League, Thomas Tantrum, Trevor Moss and Hannah-Lou, and Y.

Sunday's line-up will see performances from Two Fingers of Firewater, Borderville, Briana Hardyman, Common Prayer, Dam Mantle, Dead Jerichos, DJ Jay B, Eric Brace & Peter Cooper, Fists, The Flowers of Hell, Keyboard Choir, Last Train Home, Masks, Miaoux Miaoux, Minor Coles, Mojo Pins, Nervous Test Pilot, Phantom Theory, Phil Lee, Sound Of Guns, The Cedars, The Epstein, The Holy Orders, and Unicorn Kid.

Day tickets are now on sale, so for those of you that don't want to camp, or can only handle one day at 'the godfather of small festivals'. Tickets for Saturday are priced at £49 and tickets for Sunday are £44.

These bands join headliners Mew and Teenage Fanclub, plus Mercury Rev Blood Red Shoes, Bellowhead, Mercury Rev, Esben And The Witch, Egyptian Hip Hop, Fonda 500, Future Of The Left, Good Shoes, Lau, Little Fish, Los Campesinos!, Ms Dynamite, Stornoway, This Town Needs Guns, DJ Zinc, and many more. For the line-up details, and day splits as available please click here.

The thirteenth Truck festival which takes place over the weekend of Friday 23rd until Sunday 25th July 2010.

An adult weekend ticket is priced at £80. This year Truck have introduced a Teen Trucker ticket at the reduced price of £60 - and keen truckers can get the party started early by getting one of the very limited-edition Friday night camping tickets (for an additional £15). Children under 12 years old can go free but must be accompanied by a paying adult.

To buy tickets, click here.

Truck takes place at Steventon, near Abingdon, Oxfordshire and is a blend of village fete and Woodstock, free of any sponsorship or corporate agenda. It's about music, community and being outdoors. Founded by Robin and Joe Bennett on a farm within a welly wang from their family home, it now attracts over 5,000 revellers.

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