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.
Truck Festival takes place over two days on Friday 19th and Saturday 20th July at its regular location of Hill Farm in Steventon.
The Horrors and Sprititualized will headline, with other acts including Ash, Dan Le Sac vs Scroobius Pip, Dry The River, Gaz Coombes, The Joy Formidable, We Are The Ocean, Frankie And The Heartstrings, Treetop Flyers, Bo Ningen, And So I Watch You From Afar, Patrick Wolf, Foy Vance, The Subways, Fonda 500, Thomas Truax, Luke Smith, Redlands Palomino Co, The Epstein, Dreaming Spires, Huck and The Yarns, Stevie Ray Latham, Case Hardin, Troubadour Rose, Paul McLure, Alessi's Ark, Wild Swim, Public Service Broadcasting, Royal Republic, Milo Greene, Wounds, The History Of Apple Pie, Kimberly Anne, Pylo, Harbour, Rolo Tomassi, Lewis Watson, TOY, The Bots, The Computers, Wet Nuns, Planes, The Family Rain, Ady Suleiman, Brother & Bones, Arcane Roots, Fight Like Apes, Max Raptor, Tall Ships, Gunning For Tamar, Crash Of Rhinos, Stagecoach, Axes, The Social Club, Salvation Bill, Rachael Dadd & Ichi, Katy Rose & The Cavalry Parade, Co-Pilgrim, Danny George Wilson, Jason Serious, The Shapes, Siblings, Marvellous Medicine, Arrows of Love, The Ramshackle Union Band, The Spare Room, and more.
For the line-up details as available please click here.
Weekend tickets including camping in either the standard or family camping area are priced at £74 Children aged 12 years and under can attend for free. Campervan ticket is priced at £30, and car parking tickets are priced at £5. There are no day tickets.
Please note, all under 16 year olds must be accompanied by an over 21 year old. Proof of age will be required on the gate. Festival goers can purchase up to a total maximum of 10 tickets.
To buy tickets, click here.
This year rather than contract out to the same food stalls you see at every other festival Truck, are planning a food festival - creating a dedicated space which will host a new range of dishes and flavours created by volunteers and local groups, with the usual stipulation that all food profits must go to charities and good causes. The Rotary burgers and donuts will still be there, but these will be joined by exotic new dishes.
Camping is expected to once again be available within a stone's throw of the action. No dogs, barbecues (of any kind), campfires, sound-systems (this does not mean a small CD player or radio), or glass.
Parking is limited, please use public transport where possible. The nearest train station is Didcot Parkway.
Kingdom Of Jamalot
Offers a bit of a dance party of an evening with Live and DJ sets from: Spaceface, The Gees, Firelodica featuring King Bracket, Positive Vibes, Simple, SRS, Boogie Bros, Nairobi, Heavy Dexters, Sensible Dancehall, King Lloyd aka Sir Sambo, The Dublings, The Fridge and Bungle, Pieman, Rip/Rhymeskeemz, Mr Shaodow, and the Knights of Jamalot. Like last year, Progressively Less Elephant and Nellie B Page will be getting the night-time party started in the Market Stage, and keep an eye out for a UFO…!
More information will be here when available.
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