Get your travel arrangements in place for one of London’s best-loved festivals by booking your transport to Wireless this July. By choosing Megabus, you’ll enjoy affordable, comfortable travel while avoiding the hassle of congestion charges and car parking – so you can get into the party spirit as soon as you leave the house.
This year, Wireless arrives back at Finsbury Park with one epic lineup including Calvin Harris, The 1975, Chase & Status, Boy Better Know and Jess Glynne. While there’s nowhere to park nearby, Megabus ensures you have plenty of easy travel options for getting to and from the festival site.
Taking the Megabus to Wireless couldn’t be easier. There are 66 direct routes into London, so you can travel from all corners of the UK – including Bristol, Cardiff, Manchester, Newcastle, Edinburgh, Glasgow and Southampton – without having to change bus.
Once you arrive at Victoria Coach Station, simply catch the tube from Victoria to Finsbury Park. The festival site is at the south end of the park, and just a short walk from the underground station.
Wireless is not a camping festival, so once the site shuts for the night it’s worth sussing out your transport options in advance – ensuring you get back to your hotel or hostel with ease.
Festival location: Finsbury Park, London
Megabus stop: London
Date: 8th, 9th & 10th July
Site opening times: Midday until 10.30pm on Friday and Saturday, and 10pm on Sunday
Travel direct to London Victoria from 66 locations including: Aberdeen, Birmingham, Birmingham International Airport, Bournemouth, Bristol, Bristol UWE, Campbeltown, Cardiff, Carlisle, Coventry, Cwmbran, Dundee, Edinburgh, Exeter, Glasgow, Inveraray, Inverkeithing, Inverness, Kinross, Lampeter, Lancaster, Leeds, Leicester, Liverpool, Lochgilphead, Loughborough, Manchester, Middlesbrough, Milton Keynes, Newcastle, Newport, Newquay, Newton Abbot, Norwich, Norwich University, Nottingham, Oban, Oxford, Paignton, Pembroke Dock, Penzance, Perth, Pitlochry, Plymouth, Poole, Portsmouth, Preston, Redruth, Rugby, Salisbury, Scunthorpe, Sheffield, Silverstone, Southampton, St Erth, Stirling, Sunderland, Swansea, Swindon, Tarbert, Torquay, Wakefield, Weymouth, Worcester, Yeovil Junction, York
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