Deap Vally, Julio Bashmore, and Slow Club lead the new names confirmed for this summer's Truck Festival which happens over two days on Friday 18th and Saturday 19th July 2014 at Hill Farm in Steventon, in Oxfordshire.
Also added to the bill are Dan Croll, Catfish & The Bottlemen, Saint Raymond, Dodgy, Canterbury, Superfood, Maybeshewill, Chris T-T & The Hood Rats, Big Deal, The Wytches, Danny and the Champions Of The World, Fickle Friends, Pixel Fix, The Original Rabbit Foot Spasm Band, As Elephants Are, Dreaming Spires, The St Pierre Snake Invasion, Empty White Circles, Ella Martini, My Darling Clementine, Otis Gibbs, Steven James Adams, and Ralfe Band.
They join the previously announced White Lies, and The Cribs who will headline. Also confirmed to appear across the festival's six stages are Peace, Stornoway, Andrew WK, Los Campesinos!, Kids in Glass Houses, Gnarwolves, Johnny Foreigner, Sam Duckworth, Kevin Devine, Tangled Hair, Radstewart, Woahnows, Brawlers, Swim Deep, Cerebral Ballzy, Itch, Eliza and The Bear, Lonely The Br
Festival organiser James Goodall, said, "Alongside the amazing announcement of The Rio Barnival, this larger announcement is one to behold. I feel it shows the festival is at the forefront of showcasing a multitude of talents spanning across a large amount of genres. It’s going to be one sweet ass party."
Adult weekend tickets including camping in either the standard or family camping area are priced at £74. Children aged 12 years and under can attend for free. Prices do not include booking fees.
A car parking pass is priced at £5 and a campervan pass is priced at £30.
Please note, all under 16 year olds must be accompanied by an over 21 year old. Proof of age will be required on the gate. Festival goers can purchase up to a total maximum of 10 tickets.
There will be no day tickets.
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