Truck Festival have made their first line up announcement for their 2023 knees up in July.
Hogging the top lines of the poster are heavy hitters Alt-J, Two Door Cinema Club, Royal Blood and The Wombats. They’ll be headlining a night each from Thursday to Sunday at Hill Farm. The Vaccines, DMA’s and Self Esteem will be warming it all up just before.
Following Truck’s 25th anniversary and long awaited return last year, we’ve been itching to know what they’ll have in store for us this summer. Always a champion of emerging alternative music, Truck keep that tradition going with the announcement of artists such as Wunderhorse, The Last Dinner Party, Deadletter, She’s In Parties, Highschool, Sprints and more.
With early bird tickets sold out, a very limited pre sale will go live on Thursday 2nd Feb at 6pm. Following the imminent sell out of these, General sale will open on Friday 3rd Feb at 10am. Full line up below.
Two Door Cinema Club / Alt-J / Royal Blood/ The Wombats/ DMA’s / The Vaccines / Self Esteem/ Maisie Peters / The Lathums / Circa Waves / Beabadoobee / Everything Everything / Pale Waves / Kate Nash / Squid/ We Are Scientists / The Beths / Crawlers / Cian Ducrot / Swim Deep
Red Rum Club / Rachel Chinouriri / STONE / The Bug Club / Connie Constance / Wunderhorse / The Mary Wallopers / Sprints/ Courting / Prima Queen / Somebody’s Child / Panic Shack/ Oxford Symphony Orchestra / Barrioke / Mr Motivator/ Deadletter / The Last Dinner Party / Lizzie Esau / Modernlove / Overpass / Dead Pony / Antony Szmierek / HighSchool / She’s In Parties
Heavy Lungs / Lambrini Girls / Gaffa Tape Sandy / Other Half/ Snake Eyes / Cherym / Carsick
Issue Forty-One of So Young is out now and available to read in print here or as a digital magazine below.