Truck Festival 2012 tickets will go on sale on Wednesday (15 January) at 9am.
The revitalised music festival will return to Hill Farm in Steventon, Oxfordshire from 20-21 July, when it will celebrate its 15th birthday.
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The event was spared an uncertain future by the organisers of Y Not Festival earlier this year.
Ralph Broadbent, Director of Y Not, who has fronted the successful Derbyshire event for the last six years had a chance initial encounter with the promoters of Truck: “Robin came to Y Not a few years ago and played – that was where we first met. We’d heard about the bad news with Truck and then bumped into Robin at the UK Festival Awards. We met the next day and over breakfast it became clear that there might be a way to save this great event.”
He added: “We have obviously lowered ticket prices but still making sure we keep all the things that have made Truck great – the layout of old, the community feel and loads of great bands plus the legendary Barn Stage will return!
“It is really a mixture of the old and the new, we want to take Truck forward to a bright new future, we have a brand new website on the way, obviously an amazing new line up yet to be announced but all the while ensuring that everyone who has always supported the event, in the local community and beyond will recognise this as Truck festival.”
No acts have been confirmed for the Truck Festival line-up yet, but the first acts are expected in the coming months.