THE weird and the wonderful descended on the village of Steventon, near Didcot, yesterday.
Truck Festival got off to a flying start with thousands of people descending on Hill Farm to listen to music and have a good time.
- IN THE SWING: Hula girl Jess Ford at the Truck Festival, held in Steventon over the weekend, where more than 4,500 music fans enjoyed performances by 100 acts
Los Campesinos!, The Cribs and Accollective all took to the stage yesterday while festival-goers soaked up the sun.
The event was founded 17 years ago by musician Robin Bennett and his brother Joe when he invited a group of friends to a celebrate his birthday in a field.
It is now attended by some 5,000 people and features 150 bands.
White Lies, Stornoway and Andrew WK will all take to the stage today.
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