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23 January 2024

The Streets, Wet Leg, IDLES, Jamie T To Headline Truck 2024

The Streets - Mike Skinner
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The Streets, Wet Leg, Jamie T and IDLES have been announced as the headliners of this year’s Trunk Festival.

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The event will take place over the weekend of 26-28 July at Hill Farm, Oxfordshire. Pre-sale tickets go on sale from 6pm 25 January with general sale tickets available from 26 January at 10am here.

Joining them over the course of the festival, which takes place from July 25-28 at Hill Farm, Oxford, will be: The Kooks, Declan McKenna, Yard Act, Holly Humberstone, Sea Girls, Black Honey, Peace, The Snuts, Soft Play, The Mysterines, Sundara Karma, English Teacher, The Magic Gang, Bob Vylan, Katy B, and many more. Check out the full line-up poster below.

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Truck Festival’s Head Of Marketing Sam Harris said of the line-up: “When we sit down to plan Truck every year, we treat the weekend like the ultimate summer party – complete with friends, amazing moments and the artists we love all in one place.

“To welcome long-awaited headliners like Jamie T and The Streets to Hill Farm is a true honour, whilst having Wet Leg headline their very first festival with us is going to make for a very special weekend. Whether it’s discovering new favourites, diving straight into mosh-pits thanks to those legends The Oxford Symphony Orchestra, singing along to your favourite songs or checking out the amazing comedy/family entertainment on offer – Truck 2024 is a landmark year for us and we can’t wait to see everyone there! We’ll get our requests for Barrioke in now.”

Last year The Streets – aka Mike Skinner – released a new album, The Darker The Shadow, The Brighter The Light. The album came paired with a feature length film of the same name, described as a “tripped out noir murder mystery based in Londons’ clubland.”

Mike Skinner spoke about the album and film: “It has been seven long years working on this film and album. It’s something I’ve always wanted to do and after dipping my toe in with some shorts and music videos, I felt I was ready. I tried to go the traditional route for a bit, but it’s always served me better to follow my instincts and just get on with it myself, so I’ve directed it, acted in it, edited, sound mixed, funded, produced it all as well as written it. The album doesn’t exist without it.”

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