Information on parking, train, bus travel, & festival shuttles

Travel & Parking

Parking

We advise all customers to either walk or cycle to the festival site, there will be railings to secure bicycles these will be in well-lit areas outside of the arena space. For those of you who prefer to travel by car, we advise car-share and to park away from the immediate area of Eastville and walk as this is a heavily residential area.

Train Travel

Be Aware: There are planned railworks on train lines. Parkway station will be affected but Temple Meads station shouldn't be. Still, do remember to check whether railworks will affect your journey using GWR's handy journey checker

If you are travelling by train, please be aware that queuing systems may be in place at Clifton Down, Redland, Montpelier and Bristol Temple Meads. Please leave extra time for your journey.

The main train station in Bristol is Bristol Temple Meads.

The nearest train station is Stapleton Road, just a 15-minute walk to the festival site. You can also take the train to Bristol Temple Meads station where a shuttle service will run between the station and the festival for most of the day.

Some of our popular routes to Bristol Temple Meads station include:

Bath: 11 minutes
Cardiff Central: 54 minutes
Swindon: 1 hour
London Paddington: 1 hour and 39 minutes

Some popular routes to the festival once in Bristol include:

Clifton Down: 56-minute walk, 43 minutes by bus/walk, 14-minute drive
Montpelier: 40-minute walk, 26 minutes by bus/walk, 10-minute drive
Stapleton Road: 15-minute walk, 12 minutes by bus/walk, 7-minute drive

Please note trains will be unable to call at Bristol Parkway during this weekend, long-distance services will call at Bristol Patchway instead. Buses will replace trains between Patchway and Bristol Parkway as well as between Filton Abbey Wood, Bristol Parkway and Yate.

For more information please visit GWRs Tokyo World travel information page

Bus Travel