Eurovision’s Mae Muller to perform at Oxfordshire’s Truck Festival …

She will join a wave of new artists announced for the event, which includes English Teacher, Chappaqua Wrestling, Gengahr, The Reytons and Feet.

The line-up for the festival, which takes place at Hill Farm in Steventon from July 21 to 23, already includes Royal Blood, The Wombats, Alt-J, Two Door Cinema Club, Self Esteem, The Vaccines and Everything Everything.

Muller will replace singer-songwriter Beabadoobee who had to pull out.

Last month, she was revealed as the UK’s representative for Eurovision, which will take place in Liverpool in May. There, she will perform her track I Wrote A Song.

Festival manager Lily Brimble said: “We couldn’t be more excited to be bringing a line-up packed with the most talked-about bands and artists into one place – perfect for fans to discover their favourite new artists and celebrate those soundtracking the here and now.

🌊 Our 2nd wave artists! 🌊

We’re buzzing to add @maemuller_[2], @TheReytons[3], @HybridMindsDNB[4], @ShyFX[5], @DavidRodigan[6] and many more to the line up! ⚡️

We’re now into our final ticket release and we’ve said it before, but don’t miss out!! 💥

Tickets here:[7][8]

— Truck Festival (@TruckFestival) April 4, 2023[9]

“Truck has always thrived when spotlighting future trailblazers and the best in the scene right now, and this year is no exception.”

The first Truck Festival took place in 1998, when an actual truck was used for the stage[10]. The idea for the event was conceived by brothers Robin and Joe Bennett.

Last year, Truck Festival celebrated its 25th anniversary with 25,000 attending the event.


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