This June, make your way to the UK’s biggest free celebration of African music by travelling to Liverpool with Megabus. Located in the city’s Sefton Park, Africa Oyé is an extravaganza of culture, food, drink, arts, crafts and fashion from across the vast African continent. So far, the musical lineup includes Cumbia All Stars, Sarabi, Lindigo, Frankie Paul and Omar, promising an unforgettable weekend in this vibrant city.
So forget about the car, save yourself the headache of parking and book yourself a ticket with Megabus for a hassle-free journey to the festival. Let the fun times begin!
Our comfortable Megabus coaches travel directly to Liverpool from 7 different locations across the UK including Birmingham, Glasgow, London, Manchester, Coventry, Rugby and Silverstone. Once you arrive at Liverpool ONE bus station, simply hop on the number 75 or 80 bus to Ullet Road where you’ll arrive at the festival site. If in doubt, visit the Merseyrail website or download the app to plan your journey.
If you’re planning on exploring the rest of the city, opt for a Day Saver ticket which allows unlimited off peak travel on the Merseyrail network. There’s certainly no shortage of sights in the spiritual home of The Beatles, including plenty of museums, Albert Dock and two world-class football stadiums. When the Africa Oyé festival site closes at 9.30pm, head into Liverpool city centre where there are plenty of after-parties to see you through to the early hours.
Festival location: Sefton Park, Liverpool
Megabus stop: Liverpool
Date: Saturday 18th & Sunday 19th June 2016
Site opening times: 12.30pm until 9.30pm both days, with free admission
Travel direct to Liverpool with Megabus from 7 locations including: Birmingham, Coventry, Glasgow, London, Manchester, Rugby, Silverstone
To get the cheapest fares, book your Megabus ticket to Africa Oyé today.
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