We want Truck Festival to be accessible to everyone and in 2017 we began our working relationship with Attitude is Everything, a disability-led charity that improves deaf and disabled people’s access to live music.
In our first year of working with AIE we were awarded Bronze and since then we have gone on to achieve a Gold award in 2023 for our ongoing commitment to accessibility.
As a festival, we know that to truly champion accessibility and be one of the industry standard leaders, we need to strive to improve year on year and continue to meet the needs and requirements of all our customers.
We hope you find the information below useful!
If you have any enquiries please contact our team at [email protected]
Truck Festival takes place at Hill Farm, on a greenfield farm site.
The majority of the site is flat and the terrain is grass. We ask that you pack for all weather conditions when preparing to join us at Truck, the site can get muddy when wet.
We welcome assistance dogs on the site. There will be an area provided for drinking and relief. Please let us know on your form if you are bringing an assistance dog in advance of the event. To organise this please contact [email protected] (Please note you will be required to send in some evidence of assistance dog training).
Please be aware strobe lighting will be used in many artists’ sets. There will not be a warning immediately before a period of strobe lighting.
Accessible car parking space
In order to reserve an accessible car parking space at the festival, please submit a copy of your valid blue badge.
Truck kindly asks that you don’t bring your own food and drink into the Main Arena, however, if you have any specific dietary requirements due to health conditions please complete an Access Application to be pre-approved by the Access Team. This will avoid confiscation of food and drink in advance of your arrival.
If you require prescriptive medication with you during your time at the festival, please complete an Access Application to be pre-approved by the Access Team. This will ensure that security are aware that you will be bringing this to the event. Please ensure all medication is kept in a clear polythene bag as it may need to be inspected upon arrival.
We operate on a case by case basis as we appreciate that everyone has different access requirements and we want everyone to have a great time at Truck.
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If you have any specific access requirements (such as BSL) or wish to submit supporting evidence that is not listed above please complete an Access Application and a member of the Access Team will be in touch.
Submitting supporting documents:
As part of your request for accessible facilities, we require a scan or digital photo of one of the following pieces of evidence:
Please feel free to block-out any personal or confidential information on your supporting evidence.
If you have any specific access requirements (such as BSL) or wish to submit supporting evidence that is not listed above please complete the Access Application form and a member of the Access Team will be in touch.
Having set up as a pilot project in 2000, Attitude is Everything improves Deaf and disabled people’s access to live music by working in partnership with audiences, artists and the music industry. They are now a fully independent charity and encourage events to go beyond the legal obligations, providing a fair and equal service to their Deaf and disabled customers. Our Access team have worked tirelessly to ensure we have the best Accessible facilities and service and meet the Attitude is Everything criteria.
If you have any questions relating to Access at Truck festival or would like to arrange a phone call with a member of our team to discuss what facilities we offer, please email [email protected].
We endeavour to answer any emails within 5 days of receiving.