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 eccentric entertainment, it's about music, community and being outdoors.
Truck Festival takes place over two days on Friday 18th and Saturday 19th July at its regular location of Hill Farm in Steventon. This year the Carnival will come to Truck as the theme.
White Lies, and The Cribs will headline.
Also confirmed to appear across the festival's six stages are Peace, Stornoway, Andrew WK, Roots Manuva, Gang of Four, Blood Red Shoes, Jaguar Skills, Little Comets, DZ Deathrays, The Twilight Sad, Amber Run, Accolective, MC Lars, The Impellers, Hans Chew, Mary Epworth, Poledo, Trevor Moss and Hannah-Lou, Society, The Cedars, Co-Pilgrim, The Goggenheim, Paul McClure, Samo Hurt & The Beatnik Messiahs, Gabriel Minnikin, Don Gallardo, VerseChorusVerse, Jack Harris, Stevie Ray Latham, Pete Kosanovich, The Shapes, Alphabet Backwards, Flights of Helios, The Relationships, Family Machine, Los Campesinos!, Kids in Glass Houses, Julio Bashmore, Deap Vally, Slow Club, Dan Croll, Catfish & The Bottlemen, Saint Raymond, Dodgy, Canterbury, Superfood, Maybeshewill, Chris T-T & The Hood Rats, Big Deal, The Wytches, Danny and the Champions Of The World, Gnarwolves, Johnny Foreigner, Sam Duckworth, Kevin Devine, Tangled Hair, Radstewart, Woahnows, Brawlers, Swim Deep, Cerebral Ballzy, Itch, Eliza and The Bear, Lonely The Brave, Darlia, Circa Waves, Flyte, Nothing But Thieves, Nordic Giants, Fickle Friends, Pixel Fix, The Original Rabbit Foot Spasm Band, As Elephants Are, Dreaming Spires, The St Pierre Snake Invasion, Empty White Circles, Ella Martini, My Darling Clementine, Otis Gibbs, Steven James Adams, Ralfe Band, and Black Moth.
Expect Truck to bring together an eclectic mix of acts from the music scene to it's six stages.
Adult 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. Prices do not include booking fees.
A car parking pass is priced at £5 and a campervan pass is priced at £30.
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.
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.
More information will be here when available.
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