Truck Festival’s 19th year SOLD OUT

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2016 marks another sell out year for Truck Festival, one of the calendar’s longest running, truly independent events; due to open its gates for the weekend of 15th to 17th July in Oxford

Expanded to three days for this year, Truck festival 2016 is clearly in big demand as all tickets officially sold out as of Tuesday 5th July. In addition to the aforementioned headliners, gracing the stages is an array of talent spanning the likes of Jurassic 5, Circa Waves, Everything Everything to SOAK, Young Fathers, Mystery Jets and more.
 
Truck Festival Manager Matt Harrap comments:
 
“We’re incredibly excited for Truck this year, the appetite for the festival is stronger than ever and we’re confident we’ve put together one of our best ever line-ups to satisfy our beloved Truckers. It’s something special to be able to present legends like Manic Street Preachers but also give slots to young talent like Blossoms. New talent has always been crucial to the Truck experience and it always will be.”
 
Truck Festival takes place Friday 15th to Sunday 17th July 2016 at Hill Farm Oxfordshire. All tickets are now sold out. 
  

Published on 12 July 2016 by Ben Robinson

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