The "anti major festival"
Truck Festival is one of the UK's longest running and most popular small festivals, born out of the idea that mainstream festivals such as Glastonbury had become too commercial.
Incepted in 1998, the festival has gone onto showcase some of the biggest emerging artists at its home at Hill Farm in Oxfordshire, including Foals, Biffy Clyro, The xx and The Libertines.
Although its daylight programme focuses on rock, indie and punk, once the sun sets, its time for the drum and bass and dance heads to run wild, partying long into the night.
And beyond the music, festival-goers will also be able to enjoy a variety of theatre, comedy and cabaret over at The Rockin' Chair, or a tasty selection of food and drink run entirely by volunteers from the local Faringdon and District Rotary Club.
Truck Festival takes place on Hill Farm in Oxfordshire.
Hill Farm, Steventon, Oxfordshire, OX13 6AB, United Kingdom
Didcot Parkway Station is the nearest station to the festival. Direct trains can be caught from Reading, London, Bristol and South Wales. There are then connecting buses or taxis direct to the site from here.
The festival will be operating a shuttle bus service, with details to be announced soon.
There will be a car park, however, you will need to purchase a ticket to park your vehicle in it.
The festival's gates will open at 10am on Friday 20 July. Everyone needs to have left by 12pm on Monday 23 July. The Main Arena will open at 12pm on Friday and closes at 2am each night.
Thursday Entry ticket holders will be permitted from 3pm on Thursday 19 July.
Those aged under 16 must be accompanied by an adult over the age of 21. One over 21 year old can accompany up to 4 under 16s.
Those aged 12 and under will be permitted for free but still require and 12 and under ticket.
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