Truck Festival announces 2020 lineup

Truck Festival has announced details of its 2020 edition. The festival returns to Hill Farm in Steventon from July 30 until August 2. It’ll see headline sets from Bombay Bicycle Club, Catfish and the Bottlemen and The Kooks.

Bombay Bicycle Club are back after a three year hiatus and will showcase their latest LP ‘Everything Else Has Gone Wrong’. They recently marked their return with a sold-out UK tour celebrating 10 years since their seminal album ‘I Had the Blues But I Shook Them Loose’. The Kooks will headline the Saturday night of Truck performing tracks that span over their 16-year career, from 2004’s debut two-million selling album ‘Inside In/Inside Out’, the number one 2008 sophomore record ‘Konk’, to 2018’s ‘Let’s Go Sunshine’.

Catfish And The Bottlemen

Catfish and the Bottlemen will close the festival on Sunday night after previously topping the bill in 2016.

They’ll play music from their three albums ‘The Ride’, ‘The Balcony’ and ‘The Balance’ which have solidified their place as one of the UK’s biggest indie bands. Meanwhile Blossoms will headline the Thursday night of the festival after Truck opening it’s doors a day early in recent years. Also confirmed for the bill are Shame, after being unable to perform last year, La Roux, DMA’s, Pale Waves, The Big Moon and Sundara Karma.

You can find out how to get tickets and the full lineup so far below.

How to get tickets

They’re now available from truckfestival.com.

Weekend tickets are priced at GBP120, Thursday entry add-ons are priced at GBP25, plus booking fees.

The full lineup

Bombay Bicycle Club / Catfish and the Bottlemen / The Kooks

 Blossoms / Sundara Karma / DMA’S / La Roux / Pale Waves / The Big Moon / Easy Life / The Pigeon Detectives / The Hives / Swim Deep / Shame / Sports Team / The Magic Gang / Dinosaur Pile Up / The Lathums / Matt Maltese / The Hara / The Snuts / Chappaqua Wrestling / Fickle Friends / Lazarus Kane / Lauran Hibberd / Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs / The Orielles / Kawala / Genghar / Working Men’s Club / Buzzard Buzzard Buzzard / Rhys Lewis / The Pale White / Noisy / Lola Young / The Goa Express / Aaron Smith / Abbie Ozard / Mr Motivator / Barryoke presented by Shaun Wiliamson / The Oxford Symphony Orchestra

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