Truck Festival 2010

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  Booking 10 Sonicbids bands

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Don't miss your LAST CHANCE to submit to the 13th Truck Festival which will feature over 100 artists on 6 stages at Hill Farm, Steventon. Selected artists will receive a minimum of £50 for travel, although more compensation is available, depending on the artist. There are 12 opening slots available at the festival, with 10 slots reserved for Sonicbids bands./n/nThe 13th Annual Truck Festival is one of the UK's award-winning bessmall festivals, a truly unique blend of village fete and Woodstock, free of any sponsorship or corporate agenda. The festival, which reels in over 5,000 attendees, takes place at Hill Farm, Steventon - Oxfordshire on July 23 - 25, 2010. It is all about music, community and being outdoors. Not to mention, 10 Sonicbids artists are guaranteed a slot.

Over 100 artists perform at the festival on 6 stages. Selected artists will receive a minimum of £50 for travel, although more compensation is available, depending on the artist.

Most genres will be considered - alternative rock, electronic, folk, country, world, rock, shoegaze, rave, etc. - although an independent mindset is what's most important. Support artists from around the Oxford area are preferred, but all artists will be considered. Truck is looking to program 1 artist each day to open the show. That means there are 12 slots available, 10 of which are reserved for Sonicbids bands.

Truck is about discovering your new favourite band and rediscovering those resident eccentrics on the fringes whilst chewing a burger from the Rotary Club or an ice cream from the Vicar before buying a few pints from the cross-dressing bar staff!

Truck Fest was founded by Robin and Joe Bennett on a farm within a welly wang from their family home. Well known for a DIY attitude and for spotting the next big thing first, TRUCK has seen the likes of everyone from Ash to The Lemonheads to Garth Hudson grace its stages. With a strong charitable ethos (the RotaryClub flip burgers and the vicar sellsice-c creams) the event has raised thousands for local and national causes.

Other previous performers include: Mystery Jets, Supergrass, These New Puritans, Camera Obscura, Ian Maclagan (Small Faces) and the Bump Band, Noah & the Whale, Damo Suzuki, Wildbeasts, Biffy Clyro, Emmy the Great, The Coal Porters and The Television Personalities.