Breeze your way to British Summer Time Festival this year by travelling with Megabus directly to London. Forget congestion charges, say goodbye to car parking headaches, and sit back on our comfortable coaches as you prepare to see one of the most exciting music line-ups for 2016.
This year, Hyde Park plays host to an incredible roster of acts including Florence and the Machine, Mumford and Sons, Massive Attack, Take That, Carole King and Stevie Wonder. The Barclaycard festival in Kensington and Chelsea is all set to attract thousands of party-goers and music fans, so book your travel tickets now to make sure you get the best value seats. Festival organisers don’t recommend travelling by car and there is no official pick up or drop off zone, so public transport is your best bet for hassle-free travel.
To get to the festival, hop on the Megabus from towns and cities including Nottingham, Bristol, Sheffield, Portsmouth and Preston – arriving in London Victoria Coach Station. On arrival, take a short walk to London Victoria tube station and take the underground to the festival site, which is located on the east side of Hyde Park on the Parade Ground. Nearby tube stations include Marble Arch, Hyde Park Corner, Bond Street, Lancaster Gate, Knightsbridge and Green Park. Alternatively, take a 15-20 minute walk to reach the festival site on foot.
Festival location: Hyde Park, London
Megabus stop: London
Date: 1st – 10th July 2016, with free midweek open access
Travel directly to London from 66 UK locations including: Aberdeen, Birmingham, Birmingham International Airport, Bournemouth, Bristol, Bristol UWE, Campbeltown, Cardiff, Carlisle, Coventry, Cwmbran, Dundee, Edinburgh, Exeter, Glasgow, Inveraray, Inverkeithing, Inverness, Kinross, Lampeter, Lancaster, Leeds, Leicester, Liverpool, Lochgilphead, Loughborough, Manchester, Middlesbrough, Milton Keynes, Newcastle, Newport, Newquay, Newton Abbot, Norwich, Norwich University, Nottingham, Oban, Oxford, Paignton, Pembroke Dock, Penzance, Perth, Pitlochry, Plymouth, Poole, Portsmouth, Preston, Redruth, Rugby, Salisbury, Scunthorpe, Sheffield, Silverstone, Southampton, St Erth, Stirling, Sunderland, Swansea, Swindon, Tarbert, Torquay, Wakefield, Weymouth, Worcester, Yeovil Junction, York
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