Travel to this year’s Moseley Folk Festival in style with Megabus. Ditch the car and choose our comfortable coaches for an easy, hassle-free journey to one of the UK’s most exciting folk events, just a short journey from the centre of vibrant Birmingham.
With an incredible lineup including Levellers, The Coral, The Proclaimers, Billy Bragg and The Jayhawks, 2016 marks the festival’s 10th anniversary at the beautiful Moseley Park. Set the woodlands near Moseley Village, it’s a peaceful and family-friendly setting within easy reach of local shops, restaurants, and the Birmingham Megabus stop.
To get to the festival with Megabus, book a ticket on one of our coaches and travel direct to Birmingham from 41 different locations across the UK. Once you’ve arrived in the city, get on the number 50 bus from Moor Street Station or the top of Digbeth High Street, and take the short 10 minute journey to the festival site off The Alcester Road in Moseley.
There’s no dedicated parking at the Moseley Folk Festival, so public transport is by far the easiest way to get to the event. Travelling with Megabus, you’ll benefit from a generous luggage allowance of up to 20kgs per person, our famously cheap fares, and a stress-free journey to the festival. Your weekend couldn’t get off to a better start!
Festival location: Moseley Park, Moseley, Birmingham
Megabus stop: Birmingham
Date: 2nd, 3rd & 4th September
Site opening times: 1pm – 10.30pm Friday, 11am – 10.30pm Saturday, 11am – 10.30pm Sunday
Travel direct to Birmingham with Megabus from 41 locations including: Aberdeen, Aviemore, Bournemouth, Bristol, Bristol UWE, Campbeltown, Cardiff, Coventry, Cwmbran, Dundee, Edinburgh, Exeter, Glasgow, Huddersfield, Inveraray, Inverness, Lancaster, Leeds, Liverpool, Lochgilphead, London, Manchester, Middlesbrough, Newcastle, Newport, Oxford, Perth, Pitlochry, Plymouth, Poole, Portsmouth, Preston, Rosslare, Rugby, Sheffield, Silverstone, Southampton, Southampton Airport, Sunderland, Swansea, Tarbert
To get the cheapest fares, book your tickets today.
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