One (£15) or Three (£39) Day Pass to Truck Festival With Bellowhead, Graham Coxon, Gruff Rhys and More (Save up to 69%)
- Indie, folk and dance
- Comedy, cabaret and theatre
- Festival in its 14th year
- Camp overnight for free
- Food and refreshments
- Disabled access
Groupon valid for 1 person, may buy multiple options. Booking not required, bring voucher to box office to redeem. Valid on option purchased only. Entry on Fri from midday, music starts at 4pm; Sat-Sun entry from 9am, music starts at midday. Camping is free if you bring own tent, luxury hire with airbeds available on-site, phone to book if required. Pre-booked parking available for £8 or £15 on the day.
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When a herd of highland cattle with particularly harmonious horns congregated in a muddy field one June day in 1961 the first moosic festival was born. Seek pastures new with today’s Groupon at Truck Festival. Choose from the following options:•£15 for Friday 22 July entry to Truck Festival (£42.80 Value)
•£15 for Saturday 23 July entry to Truck Festival (£48.15 Value)
•£15 for Sunday 24 July entry to Truck Festival (£42.80 Value)
•£39 weekend entry to Truck Festival on 22-24 July (£103.95 Value)
In its 14th year, Truck Festival continues to rock the animals of Hill Farm in Steventon with a line up of independent indie, folk and dance acts, including big boulders Graham Coxon, Gruff Rhys, Bellowhead, Saint Etienne, The Go! Team, Edwyn Collins and The Young Knives. With five music stage, hosted by the likes of labels Transgressive, Bella Union and Heavenly, as well as BBC Introducing, festival goers can dance til the cows come home, but there is also a comedy and cabaret area for laughs, and on-site theatre for a positively cultural fix. Camping overnight is free, but for those who can't master unfurling their canvas masts, luxury tents with airbeds can be hired in advance.
Groupon festival goers can get down to the farm and choose one or all of three days to bop around, with a marvellous mix music, art, and all manner of performances in the heart of the Oxfordshire countryside. As well as enjoying the entertainment on offer guests can graze on a range of food and drink, right up to Monday morning. Parking can also be booked for £8 or £15, although the Truck Festival Twitter feed suggests there are perks to cycling, and special buses are laid on to get to Hill Farm, click here for details.