Keep on trucking, folks – just do it by train, m’kay? Due to the shitload of water that’s just been falling out of the sky flooding the car parks, Truck festival organisers are warning revelolers to use public transport to reach the Hill Farm site.
Fans are also advised to wait until tomorrow to travel to the Oxfordshire festival, which takes place over Saturday and Sunday this weekend (July 21 and 22), according to a bulletin posted on the festival’s Myspace.
The instructions run as follows:
"1.DO NOT COME TODAY (FRIDAY)
2. If possible, take public transport. There are hourly buses from Oxford and Didcot. We are still working on an alternative car parking plan as the parking fields are likely to be very muddy or even underwater.
3. Get dropped off in the village and walk up.
4. We do not recommend that you bring camper vans as they are likely to get stuck in mud."
The festival will feature performances from Idlewild, The Brian Jonestown Massacre, Brakes, Youthmovies, The Electric Soft Parade and iLiKETRAiNS.
Keep an eye on thisistruck.com for further updates.