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Truck Festival (Steventon, Oxfordshire)

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TheTruck festival has been running for several years in the small village of Steventon, somewhere south of Oxford. It got its name because the first festival was held on an improvised stage made from the deck of two flat-bed trucks! This year's festival was the first Truck Festival I ... Read review

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Community Level 5drewish

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Keep on trucking!

AdvantagesFriendly, independent bands, well-organised

DisadvantagesIn the middle of nowhere

"...year's festival was the first Truck Festival I have been to, and it compared favourably with overpriced venues like Glastonbury and Reading; at only £25 for the weekend you can hardly complain. Tickets for this year's festival are now on sale from truck records website. the price has gone up to all of £35. The site says it is because of increased security costs and they didn't put the price up willingly. I still think that this is a complete bargain. ..." Read review
04.12.2004

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