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Win a pair of tickets for Truck 2018

Feat. Peace, Friendly Fires, George Ezra, Peace, The Amazons, Drenge, Blaenavon, Fickle Friends, Marika Hackman, The Magic Gang, Rat Boy, Pale Waves and more.
Published: 8:57 pm, April 12, 2018
Win a pair of tickets for Truck 2018
In addition to former Dork cover stars Geoff, Pale Waves, Blaeners, Fickle Friends, and Marika Hackman, and the cover stars of Dork's new Festival Guide, Peace (hello), there are so many of our fave bands heading to Oxfordshire for Truck this year.

Black Honey, Dream Wife, whenyoung, Sorry, The Orielles, Bloxx, Jaws, Bad Sounds, Goat Girl, Girli, Anteros – it’s just ridiculous.

There’s so much more to come, too: “We still have plenty of talent and stages to announce over the next couple of months,” festival organiser Matt Harrap reveals. Where are you going to fit them all, guys? The line-up’s more jam-packed than your average Victoria Sponge.

Want to pop along to join in the fun? Enter our competition below to win a pair of tix, or head to truckfestival.com to buy them. Truck takes place from 20th-22nd July in Oxfordshire.

You can also find out more about this summer's festival fun in Dork's Festival Guide 2018 - order your copy below.

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