Heading to Reading Festival 2014?
The Reading half of the Reading & Leeds Festival 2014 takes place at Little John’s Farm, Reading. It is one of the largest festivals in the UK, and has the longest running festival. Fans travel from across the country to attend, so make sure you save money on your journey by car sharing. Passengers can save money; drivers can make back money. Here you can offer or book a journey to Reading Festival 2014 to start saving money and the environment. Make sure you read our festival guide below, where you’ll find all our best tips for car sharing to festivals, the best local secrets, and everything you need to know about Reading Festival.
"Kate was a perfect person to share a car with, she's hilarious and made the journey go quick with lots of laughs along the way. Thanks Kate, give me a shout next time!" - Jen Hooper GoCarShared to Reading Festival
2014 Line Up
So Reading & Leeds 2014 have announced: Blink 182, Jake Bugg, Disclosure, Metronomy, Of Mice & Men, Wilkinson, and I am Legion. We will update this page when more of the line-up is released.
Travelling to Reading Festival 2014
Car sharing is a fantastic way to get to festivals. Find people who are passionate about music and the arts, and start your festival adventure with them. You don’t have to spend the whole week with them, but along the journey you might just find you want to.
The idea of car sharing to a festival is simple: people who live nearby share their journey and save some money. Drivers or passengers can post their journey on this page, and if a fellow festival goer lives nearby and needs a cheap way of travelling there, they can either book your seat or offer you ride. We have a suggested seat price which we think you’ll find is fair, so the passenger can get there cheaply, while the driver can make back some petrol money from the drive. Hopefully during the trip you’ll make a new friend or two.
Top tips for car sharing
Make sure to download our Spotify playlist for Reading 2014: you’ll find songs from loads of the big acts to get you in the mood, as well as a few up and coming musicians at the festival. Maybe you’ll find someone new you want to see.
Passengers: Remember it’s not your car and treat it with respect.
Drivers: Be open to pit stops at service stations, and drive carefully and safely.
Play Games: Car bingo, I Spy
Tell stories: There’s nothing like sharing your most embarrassing moments to break the ice
Plan what you’ll do when you get there: If you get along, make sure you plan to meet up during the festival. Since you have use of a car, plan a vital supermarket stop: passengers enjoy the access to a car, drivers enjoy the use of someone else’s arms to carry your shopping to your tent.