News: Truck Festival 2023 lineup announced

Following a mammoth 25th anniversary celebration in 2022, Truck Festival have unveiled the first names confirmed to appear on the line-up for its 2023 edition. Across the penultimate weekend in July Truck Festival will welcome four headliners that span the breadth of the indie, rock and alternative spheres, from effervescent indie pop to primal rock ‘n’ roll with some folk-inflected alt rock thrown in for good measure too. 

Alongside stalwarts of the aforementioned genres, the festival have also announced a slew of names that include some of the most celebrated and beloved faces in modern alternative music as well as the cream of the crop when it comes to the grassroots music scene and emerging acts – staying true to Truck’s ethos of supporting upcoming talent to help cultivate a sustainable and diverse festival landscape.

Speaking about Truck Festival’s mammoth line-up announcement, and its anticipated 2023 edition, Festival Manager Lily Brimble says:
“We’re still buzzing, all these months later, at just how great it was to be back with our Truck Festival family in 2022 after so long away – and it’s why we’re even more excited to reveal this year’s lineup. We know you’ve all been waiting to see what we’ve been up to and it’s great to share our biggest lineup to date! With huge names like Alt-J, Royal Blood, Two Door Cinema Club and The Wombats alongside the most talked-about new artists in alternative and indie music in Self Esteem, Beabadoobee, The Vaccines, Pale Waves and Maisie Peters as well as exciting new names we’re certain are going to have huge years in Rachel Chinouriri, STONE, The Last Dinner Party and many more – Truck 2023 feels like a perfect coming-together of the bands and voices we love. It’s the Truck audience that makes the weekend so special, and we can’t wait to see everyone again this July! Get ready for some fun and mischief!” 

After phenomenal demand in 2022 and a record-breaking reaction to early bird tickets for 2023, a very limited Pre-Sale for Truck Festival 2023 will go on-sale at 6pm on Thursday 2nd February (with prices starting from £140 + booking fees for the full weekend). These are expected to sell-out quickly, with full General Sale Tickets on-sale from 10am on Friday 3rd February – with both pay in full and payment plan options (starting from £30 p/month + booking fees) available as fans are encouraged to snap up tickets ASAP to avoid disappointment.

Tickets are available from 10am on Friday 3rd February at:

Full list of acts confirmed today for Truck Festival 2023:

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 

Jonathan Pie / Seann Walsh / Emmanuel Sonubi 
Ivo Graham/ John Hastings / Matt Richardson / Jarred Christmas
Jojo Sutherland / Rich Wilson / Dan Tiernan / Myq Kaplan
 Tamer Kattan / Kyrah Gray / Kuan-Wen Huang / Harry Stachini
Kate Williams / Matt Bragg / Mike Newall

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