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 three days on Friday 15th until Saturday 17th July 2016 at its regular location of Hill Farm in Steventon.
Truck bring together an eclectic mix of acts from the music scene to it's seven stages with Manic Street Preachers, Catfish & The Bottlemen, and Kodaline headlining, plus Everything Everything, Circa Waves, Jurassic 5, Mystery Jets, Soak, Blossoms, Neck Deep, Swim Deep, Coasts, Jack Savoretti, Rat Boy, We Are The Ocean, Gnarwolves, Pretty Vicious,Basement, DMA's, Norman Jay, Frances, IAN, Clean Cut Kid, Spring King, Fickle Friends, Eliza and The Bear, Lauren Aquilina, The Big Moon, Vant, Black Honey, The Amazons, Ady Suleiman, Black Peaks, Public Access T.V., Jodie Abacus, Emily Barker, Danny and the Champions Of The World, Pumarosa, Samm Henshaw, Estrons, Johnny Foreigner, Get Inuit, Bloody Knees, Yndi Halda, Traams, Tired Lion, Dreaming Spires, Shame, Virgin Kids, Monarks, Yonaka, Zuzu, Tax The Heat, Hudson Scott, Shark Dentist, Cassels, Ohboy!, and Happy Accidents. The Magic Gang, Formation, Hooton Tennis Club, Creeper, Pixel Fix, Rat Boy, Beach Baby, Moose Blood, Tired Lion, Louis Berry, Willie J Healey, and Esther Joy Lane. With more acts to be announced.
Tickets have sold out. Full weekend 3 day tickets were priced at £86.50. Adult weekend tickets including camping in either the standard or family camping area. Children aged 12 years and under can attend for free. Prices do not include booking fees.
There was also a payment plan available offering a ticket for £15 a month (£90 face value).
Car parking passes were priced at £10 and campervan passes were £40.
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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