Truck. pic by IZZY CHALLONER

Truck Festival has announced a kicking line-up for 2024 with headliners Jamie T, Wet Leg, The Streets and Idles promising to whip Steventon’s festival-goers into a frenzy this summer.

An eclectic mix of indie, alternative, punk, rock and pop will mix with new acts, festival favourites and classic performers over the weekend of July 26-28. READ OUR REVIEW OF TRUCK 2023 HERE

Jamie T

Indie’s poet laureate Jamie T. whose gritty take on city life and singalong anthems for fans make him one of the most requested headliners in Truck Festival history. Finally making his debut his set will feature the likes of ‘Sticks N Stones’, ‘Sheila’, ‘Zombie’, ‘If You Got The Money’, ‘90s Cars’, ‘Operation’ and more.

Wet Leg will also take to the Truck Stage for their very first festival headline slot. Since bursting on the scene with debut single ‘Chaise Longue’, they have become THE breakthrough band of the past five years. Whether storming to the top of the album charts, touring the globe with Harry Styles or scooping Grammy nominations galore – Wet Leg are a must this summer.


The Streets‘ two decade rule continues at Truck this summer, aiming to prove their reputation as one of the most ferocious and anarchic live acts going. Expect hits such as ‘Fit But You Know It’, ‘Blinded By The Lights’, ‘Don’t Mug Yourself’, ‘Dry Your Eyes’, ‘Let’s Push Things Forward’ and more – all the way up to cuts from latest album ‘The Darker The Shadow, 

Kicking off the weekend are the IDLES known as one of the best live bands on the planet right now, thanks to frontman Joe Talbot, Bristol’s favourite sons searing take on modern guitar music and new album ‘TANGK’, they will kick off Truck weekend in style.

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Throw in indie icons The Kooks‘ return to Hill Farm, Truck royalty Declan McKenna, Yard Act, Holly Humberstone, festival favourites, Sea Girls, Black Honey, Glasgow’s own The Snuts, the punky Soft Play, English Teacher, Lime Garden, local gem Willie J HealyBob Vylan, indie darlings The Magic Gang, breakthrough gems The Royston Club,The Wytches or Katy B and you’re in for a treat!

Holly Humberstone

As for rising stars, look out for Newdad, Nieve Ella, Antony Szmierek, 86TVs, Fat Dog. Folly Group, Divorce, Been Stellar, Mary In The Junkyard, Katie Gregson Macleod, Cucamaras, Nightbus, Ebbb look no further for your next favourite band, especially as The Oxford Symphony Orchestra, Mr Motivator and the legendary Shaun Williamson‘s Barrioke are on hand to provide life-enhancing further entertainment.


Truck’s Sam Harris said: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…”

After phenomenal demand and a record-breaking reaction to early bird tickets for 2024, a very limited Pre-Sale for Truck Festival 2024 will go on-sale at 6pm on Thursday 25th January 2024 (with prices starting from £140). These are expected to sell-out quickly, with any remaining tickets available in the General Sale from 10am on Friday 26th January– with both pay in full and payment plan options available as fans are encouraged to snap up tickets ASAP to avoid disappointment.Tickets are available now at