This year, travel direct to X Music Festival 2016 with Megabus. It’s an easy, hassle-free way to get to the festival site in Cardiff – so you don’t need to worry about parking spots or changing trains. Instead, get your weekend off to a smooth start and embrace that festival spirit aboard our comfortable coaches.
X Music Festival has an incredible line up this year. Taking place across two action-packed days – Friday 3rd and Saturday 4th June – party-goers will be treated to performances from likes of Annie Mac and Craig David’s TS5, all in the beautiful surroundings of Cardiff’s Bute Park. But before the fun begins, there are more important matters at hand – like how you’re going to get there. It’s time to sort your travel arrangements.
Travelling by Megabus to X Music Festival couldn’t be easier. You’ll be dropped off right in the centre of Cardiff – close to the Hilton Hotel on the junction of Boulevard de Nantes and Kingsway – and the festival site at Bute Park is just a few minutes’ walk away.
With direct buses from Birmingham, Bristol, London, Leeds, Manchester and more, travelling with us really couldn’t be more straightforward. Forget about driving, stop worrying about parking spaces, and hop aboard the Megabus instead. We have a generous luggage allowance too – so grab your backpack and get ready for one unforgettable weekend.
Festival location: Bute Park, Cardiff
Megabus stop: Cardiff
Date: 3rd & 4th June 2016
Site opening times: Midday – 11pm
Camping facilities: No
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