Leave the car at home and start the party early by travelling to Fusion Festival with Megabus this year. With an amazing lineup including Jason Derulo, Olly Murs, Tinie Tempah, The Vamps and Craig David’s TS5, Fusion is all set to be a highlight of the festival calendar.
Hosted in the vibrant city of Liverpool, there are plenty of options for getting to Fusion Festival. By travelling with Megabus, you can forget the hassle of driving and parking. While there are car parks near the festival, they can cost up to £12 per day which can quickly drain your beer money. Instead, hop on one of our comfortable coaches and travel straight to Liverpool for a straightforward journey both there and back.
Megabus travels to Liverpool directly from 7 locations across the UK. Once you arrive in the city, take the 82 or 82D buses from Liverpool ONE to the festival site at Otterspool Promenade.
Fusion is a non-camping festival, but it still helps to know you can bring a big backpack or suitcase for your stay in the city. Whether you’ve booked a hotel, guesthouse or hostel, you don’t have to pack lightly. Our generous luggage allowance means you can bring one large, two medium or three small bags aboard your Megabus coach, weighing up to 20kg in total.
Festival location: Otterspool Promenade, Liverpool
Megabus stop: Liverpool
Date: 3rd & 4th September 2016
Opening times: Gates open at 12pm on Saturday and Sunday, with live acts from 2.00pm until 10.30pm
Travel direct to Liverpool from: Birmingham, Coventry, Glasgow, London, Manchester, Rugby, Silverstone
Tickets are booking fast, so reserve your seat today to get the cheapest fares.
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