Are you ready for one seriously epic party in Hackney this June? With a lineup of incredible talent from across the capital – spanning hip-hop, grime, garage and drum n bass – Born and Bred is all set to be a highlight of the London festival calendar. Headlined by ILOVEMAKONNEN on Saturday 4th June and Azealia Banks on Sunday 5th June, it’s time to prepare for an unforgettable weekend of live music.
Parking in London can be a nightmare, which leaves you with one option to reach the festival; public transport. If you’re travelling from outside the capital, Megabus makes sure your journey is easy and hassle-free. With direct buses to London Victoria from 66 different locations including York, Sheffield, Plymouth, Swansea and Edinburgh, you won’t need to lug your backpack or stress over sat navs. Instead, you can relax as you get your weekend off to the perfect start.
Once you reach London Victoria Coach Station, you have plenty of options for getting to the festival site in Hackney. Born and Bred is near to Old Street and Bethnal Green tube stations, so you’ll be at the festival site in no time. Shoreditch High Street and Hoxton London Overground Stations are also nearby.
Festival location: Haggerston Park, Hackney
Megabus stop: London
Date: 4th & 5th June 2016
Site opening times: 11am – 9pm both days
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