Truck Festival is the independent jewel in the UK festival season crown.
For one weekend a year, the rolling Oxfordshire countryside becomes home to the Truck Festival. Truck is “the godfather of small festivals”, with a fantastic atmosphere and a history of live acts to rival the very best.
Read the FFA review of the 2013 event HERE.
Artists booked to appear inc: The Cribs, White Lies, Peace, Stornoway, Los Campesinos!, Andrew W.K, Kids In Glass Houses, Swim Deep, Cerebral Ballzy, Itch, Eliza And The Bear, Lonely The Brave, Darlia, Circa Waves, Flyte, Nothing But Thieves, Nordic Giants, and Black Moth
Disability Access Information
Truck Festival welcomes all audience members to its festival, and hopes to provide an enjoyable weekend for all.
Truck Festival is an outdoor event, and terrain can be tough especially in some weather conditions. The majority of the site is flat grassy areas, with some road tracks offering more direct routes to other parts of the site.
There is a disabled campsite and parking.
The site has wheelchair accessible toilets in the main arenas and disabled campsite. A battery charge point for electric wheelchairs is located at First Aid. A viewing platform is situated at the main stage. Other viewing platforms are TBC, but stewards at the stages should be able to provide direction.
Those aged 13 - 17 (with Young Person tickets) must be accompanied by an over-18 (adult) who accepts responsibility for them. One adult cannot take responsibility for more than 4 young persons. This adult must accompany the young persons on entry to the festival.
Created on Sat 22nd February 2014
We Caught up with Truck Festivals James Goodall to discuss things all Truck
Created on Tue 11th February 2014
Truck Festival revealed its first wave of artists for this years event, including headliners The Cribs and White Lies. Other artists revealed include the hotly tipped Peace, local favorites Stornoway, indie champions Los Campesinos! and party veteran Andrew W.K.
Created on Mon 18th November 2013
At 7pm tonight a limited batch of Early bird tickets at 2013 prices will go on sale here for Truck Festival 2014.
Created on Thu 14th November 2013
Forty three proud winners of the prestigious 2013 A Greener Festival Award have been announced by environmental campaign group A Greener Festival. Each Festival has to sign up to a strict check list of environmental good practice - and each event is inspected by one or more independent environmental auditors. The festivals are also invited to provide supporting evidence such as environmental policies, waste management plans, analysis of CO2 and other greenhouse gas emissions. The final awards are decided by the AGF's Executive Committee. So, for 2013 the forty three wonderful festivals (up from forty one events who won the Award in 2012), which are some of the greenest in the world, can be confirmed as:
Created on Thu 7th November 2013
Created on Mon 29th July 2013
Truck was the festival I had been waiting for this year. With Glastonbury came hours of wandering the elaborate festival city following the trail of the 160,000 strong crowd, Henley a short burst of high brow entertainment, and Wireless a heavily commercialised A-list line up.
The nearest Station is Didcot Parkway
A free shuttle bus (Truck Bus) will be running between the station and the site
|Kingswell Hotel||2.73||Near Abingdon||Info|
|the crown and thistle||4.31||Abingdon||Info|
|Byways Bed & Breakfast||5.12||Nr Abingdon||Info|
|The Plough Inn||5.88||Clifton Hampden||Info|
|Rose Revived Inn||7.44||Witney||Info|
|The Westwood Hotel||7.63||Oxford||Info|
|The Compton Swan||7.75||Newbury||Info|
|Shillingford Bridge Hotel - a Forestdale Hotel||8.09||Wallingford||Info|
|Head of the River||9.56||Oxford||Info|
|Springs Hotel and Golf Club||9.68||Wallingford||Info|
|Athena Guest House||9.95||Oxford||Info|
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