Truck Festival 2012

Friday 20th to Saturday 21st July 2012
Hill Farm, Steventon, near Abingdon, Oxfordshire, OX13 6SW, England MAP
£69 weekend
daily capacity: 3000
last updated: Wed 18th Jul 2012

around the festival site

Truck Festival is under new management and is now organised by the people who hold Y-Not Festival. The festival goes back to basics and takes place over two days on Friday 20th and Saturday 21st July at its regular location of Hill Farm in Steventon.

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Truck is one of the UK's best and longest standing independent small festivals, a village fete meets Woodstock with a cutting edge musical policy, free of any sponsorship or corporate agenda. Held in family friendly, safe and secure surroundings overflowing with entertainment, it's about music, community and being outdoors.

Line-up

Mystery Jets and The Temper Trap will headline the main stage, also confirmed are Tim Minchin, Frightened Rabbit, Future Of The Left, Turbowolf, Man Like Me (live), Delta/Alaska, British Sea Power, The Low Anthem, Guillemots, King Charles, Brontide, Little Comets, Three Trapped Tigers, 65daysofstatic, Villagers, Clock Opera, Dog Is Dead, Tellison, Theme Park, Boat To Row, Yellow Fever, Johnny Foreigner, Tall Ships, Gunning For Tamar, My First Tooth, Vadoinmessico, Federation of The Disco Pimp, Very Nice Harry, John J Presley, Black Hats, Co-Pilgrim, Dubwiser, Spring Offensive, Dead Jerichos, Crash Of Rhinos, Flights of Helios, Dreaming Spires, Poledo, The Last Republic, Emmy The Great, Lucy Rose, Kill It Kid, This Town Needs Guns, Michele Stodart, Josh Kumra, Gabriel Minnikin & the Fast Country, Trevor Moss and Hannah-Lou, The Hi And Lo, and Fine Union.

For the line-up details, day and stage splits, as available please click here

Tickets

the early bird offer has ended. Tickets are priced at £69, including camping. No day tickets and under 12's go free.

To buy tickets, click here.

Camping

Camping is available within a stone's throw of the action. No dogs, barbecues (of any kind), campfires, sound-systems (this does not mean your small Sony cd player), or glass.

Getting there

Parking is limited, please use public transport where possible. The nearest train station is Didcot Parkway.

More information will be here when available.

Friday 20th to Saturday 21st July 2012
Hill Farm, Steventon, near Abingdon, Oxfordshire, OX13 6SW, England MAP
£69 weekend
daily capacity: 3000
last updated: Wed 18th Jul 2012


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