Kodaline, Jurassic 5, Blossoms and more to join Manics, Catfish + more
Andrew Trendell

19:00 30th March 2016

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One of the summer's most promising festival line-ups has just added a staggering amount of more brilliant names - with Truck announcing the likes of Kodaline, Jurassic 5, Blossoms, Mystery Jets and many more. 

A huge raft of 49 new names have been added to Truck - joining headliners Manic Street Preachers and Catfish + The Bottlemen alongside Everything Everything, Circa Waves, Rat Boy, We Are The Ocean and others. 

The epic list of the latest additions is completed by SOAK, Neck Deep, Swim Deep, Coasts, Basement, Norman Jay MBE, Frances, IAN (a set with a secret), Clean Cut Kid, Spring King, Fickle Friends, Eliza And The Bear - as well as (breathe in) DMAs, Vant, Black Honey, Lauren Aquilina, The Big Moon, The Amazons, Ady Sulieman, Black Peaks, Public Access TV, Jodie Abacus, Emily Barker, Danny And The Champions Of The World, Pumarosa, Samm Henshaw, Estrons, Jonny Foreigner, Get Inuit, Bloody Knees, Yndi Halda, Traams, Tired Lion, The Dreaming Spires, Shame, Virgin Kids, Monarks, Yonaka, Zuzu, Tax The Heat, Hudson Scott, Shark Dentist, Cassels, OhBoy! and Happy Accidents.

Truck Festival takes place from 15-17 July at Hill Farm in Oxfordshire. For tickets and more information, visit here

See the full line up so far below:
Manic Street Preachers
Catfish And The Bottlemen
Jurassic 5
Everything Everything
Circa Waves
Mystery Jets
Jack Savoretti
Young Fathers
Neck Deep
Swim Deep
Rat Boy
We Are The Ocean
Lonely The Brave
SWITCH Presents:
Big Narstie
DJ Barely Legal
Switch DJ’s
Norman Jay MBE
Pretty Vicious
Moose Blood
Clean Cut Kid
Spring King
Fickle Friends
Eliza And The Bear
Sundara Karma
The Magic Gang
Lauren Aquilina
The Big Moon
Black Honey
The Amazons
Beach Baby
Ady Sulieman
Black Peaks
Hooton Tennis Club
Public Access TV
Jodie Abacus
Pixel Fix
Emily Barker
Danny And The Champions Of The World
Samm Henshaw
Louis Berry
Jonny Foreigner
Get Inuit
Bloody Knees
Yndi Halda
Tired Lion
Willie J Healey
The Dreaming Spires
Esther Joy Lane
Virgin Kids
Tax The Heat
Hudson Scott
Shark Dentist
Happy Accidents

  • Electric Fields - 26 - 27 August, Thornhill, Scotland: Set in Scotland's 17th Century 'Pink Palace' (so called because, well, it's pink), the two day festival this year hosts the likes of Primal Scream, Everything Everything and The Twilight Sad - and all for just 85 pounds.

  • The Masked Ball - 20 - 22 May, Cornwall: Another 85 pounder, the Cornish festival is celebrating its 10th anniversary this year, and is themed around Charlie de Beistegui's 1951 Venetian costume ball. Obviously. Basement Jaxx, Jungle and Julio Bashmore are on the bill.

  • Field Day - 11 - 12 June, Victoria Park, London: One of London's better known festivals, with an impressive line-up to boot, this year Field Day boasts the likes of PJ Harvey, James Black and John Grant. It'll set you back 81 pounds if you book early enough.

  • Lee Fest - 28 - 30 July, Tunbridge Well, Kent: Set in a secret location somewhere in Tunbridge Wells, this three day festival costs 89 pounds and will host the likes of Lianne La Havas, Roots Manuva and Little Simz.

  • Y Not - 29 - 31 July, Derbyshire: This one won't leave you much change from 100 pounds, but it's got a pretty impressive (if a little testosterone heavy) line-up, including Noel Gallagher, Madness and Catfish & The Bottlemen.

  • Bearded Theory - 26 - 29 May, Catton, Derbyshire: This is the worst/best festival to bring you kids to - the site has an OFSTED registered festival school, so you can take them out of lessons mid-term with a clear conscience. It costs 97 quid for adults, and Public Image Ltd, The Levellers, Squeeze and Billy Bragg are among the acts set to perform.

  • BBC Radio 1's Big Weekend - 28 - 29 May, Exeter, Devon: This one's completely and utterly free - if you're lucky enough to be allocated tickets that is. If you can get your hands on a golden ticket, you'll be able to see the likes of Coldplay, Bring Me The Horizon and Ellie Goulding.

  • Citadel - 17 July, Victoria Park, London: Another festival that makes use of London's expansive Victoria Park, this one-day event will see a London exclusive from Sigur Ros and Caribou, and a host of other acts, for just under 50 quid.

  • Park Life - 11-12 Juny, Heaton Park, Manchester: From the team behind Manchester's Warehouse Project series, Park Life boasts a line-up that includes Chemical Brothers, Major Lazer and Ice Cube, and will cost you just under 90 pounds.

  • Love Saves The Day - 28 - 29 May, Bristol: If you're a fan of Dizzee Rascal and Stormzy and you're under 5-years-old, you can get into LSTD for free. If you've reached double figures though (or the ripe age of 6), you'll have to fork out 65 pounds. Worth it.

  • Truck Festival - 15 - 16 July, Hill Farm, Oxfordshire: Manic Street Preachers, Catfish & The Bottlemen, Everything Everything, Circa Waves, Young Fathers... another festival that could do with expanding its gender horizons, but well in budget, and a good location.

  • Nozstock - 22 - 24 July, Herefordshire: Jurassic 5, Gentleman's Dub Club, Jubei, DJ Marky and more will perform over the three day Herefordshire festival, for just under 100 pounds.

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