Sigrid, Easy Life, Sports Team, Inhaler and Kelis are also up for display
Sam Fender, Kasabian, Bombay Cycle Club, Blossom and The Kooks have been announced for next year’s Truck Festival.
The Oxford Bash returns to Hill Farm after three years for its 25th anniversary in 2022 from 22-24 July.
This year, the festival was canceled as the government failed to support an insurance plan for the live event and it did not go ahead in 2020 due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Other acts on the bill include Sigrid, Easy Life, Sports Team, Inhaler, Kelis, Black Honey, Pretty Karma, Shame, The Big Moon, Alfie Templeman, Yard Act and Baby Queen. You can check out the full line-up below and limited weekend tickets are on sale now Here,
Speaking of his Thursday night headline slot, Blossom said: “It’s been a long time coming, but we’re delighted to be back at the Truck Festival as headliner next summer! Looking forward to playing at the festival in 2016. We have great memories, and we’re honored to be sharing the bill with some of our favorite bands and artists. It’s going to be a special one, and we look forward to seeing everyone out there!
The band went on to play this year with The Kooks, Bombay Cycle Club, IDLEs, Royal Blood, DMA’s, Fontaine DC, Pale Waves, Sundara Karma and Circa Waves.
Speaking about Trucks 2022’s first lineup announcement and its anticipated return, organizer Conor Burns said: “It’s been a long time coming, but it’s great to be back and we’re finally announcing the first wave of the cast. Are over the moon to do. Our 25th edition! It’s a real privilege to share the duties of four of our favorite headliners, Sam Fender, Bombay Cycle Club, The Cooks and Kasabian to kick off Sunday night, the Truck Festival 2022 already Proving one for the history books.
“We are thrilled to welcome Blossom to our Thursday Night Headliner slot, Sigrid on our Sunset slot and of course, personal favorite Yard Act and Orla Gartland among many others. Hill Farm has been a bit quiet and we are looking forward to the final birthday. Can’t wait to throw the party—see you at the bar?,” Burns continued.