Truck Festival’s 21st year was the longest and best yet

Truck Festival’s 21st year was the longest and best yet

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Truck Festival’s 21st year was the longest and best yet

2018’s Truck Festival ended with a bang and applause as an impressive fireworks display lit up Hill Farm following an astounding performance from Sunday night headliners The Courteeners and a brilliant full weekend of music throughout the festival. The event celebrated its 21st anniversary in style with one of the most incredible lineups in the festivals history which saw Friendly Fires and George Ezra also pulling in the crowds topping the bill on the main stage Friday and Saturday.

It was also the first time in its existence, that the Oxfordshire festival opened its gates an extra day early to avid festival goers on the Thursday – offering an extra day of music and entertainment to kick off the event in style with Thursday headliners coming from Birmingham’s Peace, who took full advantage of their opportunity to be a part of Truck’s history with a scintillating performance in the Market Stage.

Elsewhere off the main stages The Barn which has been a Truck Festival stage since day one and is one of Hill Farm’s most prominent features was taken over by This Feeling one of the UK’s most popular rock’n’roll club nights. The dark, rustic confides of the venue perfectly complimented the raw, fervent acts on show throughout the weekend, a perfect breeding ground for the youthful crowd to continue dancing to the early hours, even Game Of Thrones star Isaac Hempstead Wright was spotted letting loose throughout the weekend. 

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