Reading Festival 2018

Reading Festival is one of Britain’s most well-known music festivals. Reading Festival was actually named ‘The National Jazz Festival’ back in 1961. It changed its name to ‘The National Blues and Jazz Festival’ in 1962. This year marks the 57th time the festival has been held in Reading. It has become part of our town, and Yellow Cars has been transporting revellers since the 80’s – We are the go to Reading Taxi firm to get you there with ease.

Leeds Festival takes place at the same time. The artists perform at both festivals at different times and days. Over the years the line up has changed, now it is known for its diverse lineup – which makes it appealing for different types of people. So whether you like Rock, Dance, Metal, Electro or Indie there is something to suit everyone.

This year at the festival there will also be comedy acts. New acts will be performing in the smaller tents. The line-up for the main stage will include; The Wombats, Netsky b2b Jauz b2b Slushii, Fall Out Boy, Bicep, Kings of Leon, Lipa, Beartooth, The Horrors, Belly, Courteeners, Travis Scott, Annie Mac, Ghetts, Kings of Leon and Panic! At the Disco.

Taxi to Reading Festival

Reading does get busy during the Festival period. As you can imagine there are many revellers trying to get to the festival at the same time. We advise you to pre-book your taxi to take the stress out of having to wait around or work out the best way to get to the festival on the day! call us on 01189 666 555 to pre-book your taxi to Reading Festival 2018

We can drop you off on Tessa Road near Red Gate. This is a temporary taxi rank opposite Rivermead Leisure Centre which is next to the festival site.

There will also be a second taxi rank at Thames Promenade which is by The Crown Plaza. This is only available for those leaving the festival on Monday.

Reading Station Pick up

If you are coming to Reading on the train, Yellow Cars will pick you up from the station call us on 01189 666 555 to pre-book your taxi to Reading Festival. As you can imagine the town does get extremely busy over the weekend. It is better for your overall experience to organise your transport in advance.