Travel & Parking


We advise all customers to either walk or cycle to the festival site. 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

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If you are using local trains in Bristol, 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 5-minute walk to the festival site.

If you are travelling to Bristol by train, there will also be Tokyo World buses from Bristol Temple Meads station. The shuttle service will run throughout the duration of the festival. The service will begin from 11am, ending at midnight.

Bus Travel

There will be Tokyo World Shuttle Buses available from Bristol Temple Meads Station, Bristol City Centre (Colston Avenue) and Bristol Bus and Coach Station (The Haymarket) throughout the day from 1130 each day.

Tokyo World Shuttle Buses will run at least every 10 minutes.

Return tickets on the Tokyo World Shuttle Buses cost £5 and can be purchased by cash or contactless from ticket sellers at bus stops or from the bus driver.

Tokyo World Shuttle Buses are also ideal for returning from Tokyo World for either getting back into the City Centre or for going to the afterparty at Motion (use the Bristol Temple Meads Station stop, which is a couple of minutes walk to Motion).

Details of Tokyo World Shuttle Bus stops are:

Bristol Temple Meads Station – Buses depart from the station incline on Station Approach. As you come out of the main station exit, buses can be found on the left hand side.

Bristol City Centre – Colston Avenue – Buses depart from Colston Avenue Bus Stop C2, which is opposite the Armed Forces Career Centre. This is close to the fountains in the City Centre. Please note that this stop will not be served on Sunday between 1130 and 1500 due to the Bristol Half Marathon taking place. Please use alternative stops.

Bristol Bus and Coach Station – The Haymarket – Buses depart from The Haymarket Bus Stop B9, which is outside the Bristol Fashion Beefeater and is a very short walk from the Bus and Coach Station.

Tokyo World – Eastville Park – Buses drop off and pick up from right outside Tokyo World at Eastville Park and provides the most accessible way to get to and from Tokyo World. At the end of the evening, there will be lots of extra buses to get you to the afterparty at Motion or back into the City Centre.

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