Truck Festival 2023 will take place in the idyllic Oxfordshire countryside from 21 to 23 July 2023.
Often described as the Godfather of the small music festivals, the Truck Festival has been featuring some of the biggest and best emerging artists since 1998. The festival takes place at Hill Farm, Steventon, Oxfordshire, OX13 6AB.
The Truck Festival 2023 lineup will be announced in the coming months. In the meantime, the 2022 lineup was as follows:
Bombay Bicycle Club, Sam Fender, Kasabian with Thursday headliner Blossoms and special guest co-headliner – The Kooks.
Sigrid, Easy Life, Kelis, Sundara Karma, Inhaler, Sports Team, Palace, Shame and Jade Bird.
Also on the bill – The Subways, The Big Moon, Dinosaur Pile Up, The Magic Gang, Orla Gartland, Black Honey, Sam Ryder, Alfie Templeman, Yard Act, Spector, Kawala, Vistas, Sorry, Bloxx, Baby Queen, Do Nothing, Matilda Mann, Only The Poets, The Goa Express, Tals Show and Just Mustard.
For Weekend Camping Ticket holders, the site opens at 10.00am on Friday 21 July and then closes at midnight on Sunday 23 July. The main arena opens at noon on Friday and closes 2.00am each night. All customers must have vacated the site by midday on Monday 24 July.
Adding ‘Thursday Entry’ entitles you to enter the festival on Thursday 20 July 2023, a day earlier than the Weekend Camping Ticket.
Didcot Parkway Station is on the Great Western Railway line and you can get there direct from Reading, London, Bristol and South Wales. There are then connecting buses or taxis direct to the site.
Thames Travel will be running a Shuttle Bus service to and from the festival site, times and locations will be confirmed nearer to the time.
The X2 bus serves Steventon High Street at half an hour intervals. However, these are often very busy and are still a 20-minute walk from the festival.
For those of you with a handy sat nav, or a good old fashioned map, getting here couldn’t be easier. The Truck Festival site is located just off the A34 at the Didcot junction. Please use the postcode OX13 6AB this will get you to within a hair’s breadth of the festival, then follow the traffic signs to get to the festival site.
The Car Park is adjacent to the General Campsite, however, the later you arrive the further away you will have to park! To encourage people to share vehicles, and reduce the impact of cars on the Farm, we have a small charge for parking. Tickets can be purchased in advance or on entry to the site car park at an inflated price, so book in advance for the best price! Once parked, we encourage you not to leave the car park and return due to our traffic management plan in place. We have a pick-up and drop off point for those people only giving someone a lift – please follow the pickup and drop off road signs.
Car parking tickets for 2023 will be available through the ticketing page. Please purchase these in advance where possible. This will assist your entry to the site and be way cheaper for you!
ENTRY TO THE GENERAL CAR PARK OR DROP OFF IS NOT PERMITTED THROUGH STEVENTON VILLAGE.