Pulled Apart By Horses and 65 daysofstatic are among the latest acts confirmed for Truck Festival.
Summer Camp, Thomas Truax and a DJ set from Adam from Lab 4 have been included along with Steve Mason, A Silent Film, Common Prayer and The Ralfe Band.
Luke Smith, Morning Parade and Visions of Trees will also appear along with Charly Combes and The New Breed, Sparky Deathcap, Man Without Country, Alphabet Backwards and Veronica Falls.
Organisers have also unveiled that some stage curators including local resident Whispering Bob Harris, comedy from the Free Beer Show and Last.Fm are taking on the management of the Village Pub.
Teenage Fanclub and Mew will headline this year withStornoway set for a main stage performance andFonda 500, Future Of The Left and This Town Needs Guns among those to appear elsewhere.
The festival will be open for the Friday (23 July) with entertainment put on and bars open, so revellers can get ready for it to kick off on the Saturday (24 July).
Tickets are on sale now priced at £80 for the weekend with under 12s going free. Organisers have just announced teenager (13-17 years) passes which are available for £60.
Under 14s must be accompanied by an adult. There are also SuperTrucker passes available for £120, which give access to Truck and sister festival Wood.
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Truck Festival 2010 will take place at Hill Farm in Steventon from 23-25 July.