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Truck Festival to rebrand as Motors Festival

by Khyle Deen. Published Sun 01 Apr 2018 16:35

Truck Festival – the Oxfordshire located annual summer festival known for being the place to check out the hippest new bands and hottest acts around, this year boasts a line-up including Friendly Fires, George Ezra and Courteeners have decided to rebrand the festival and take it back to it’s true passion, TRUCKS.

Yes, after a mammoth 20 years of bringing sweet, sweet music to the ears of festival-goers at Hill Farm in Steventon with historic performances over the years from the likes of Manic Street Preachers, The XX, Laura Marling, Biffy Clyro, Clean Bandit, Foals and The Libertines, the festival organisers have spoken out…

Festival Organiser Matt Harrap commented:
“This year will be the 21st Truck Festival and we just can’t believe we’ve strayed so far from what the festival is about, our true passion has always been TRUCKS… so we’re very excited about the festival in 2019 which will see us driving back in the right direction. There just aren’t enough festivals celebrating Trucks, and we’re ready to steer the festival market into that direction.”

Full line-up to be announced but needless to say there will be monster TRUCKS, there will be exploding TRUCKS, and forget glamping next year everyone will have their own personal TRUCK to spend the weekend in… an experience guaranteed to ensure everyone has a WHEELY good time.



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