Queens of the Stone Age Travel and Directions

Saturday 30th June 2018

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Travel to/from Queens of the Stone Age

Queens of the Stone Age is held at London.

Event Location

This event will take place in Finsbury Park, London.

The event site will be in the south end of Finsbury Park itself. A map of the event site, showing where everything is, will be published on the website nearer the time.

Travel Information

Finsbury Park Underground Station will be very busy with long queues. Use Manor House Station or take National Rail Services from Finsbury Park Station and be at Kings Cross in only 6 minutes.

Updates

Keep up-to-date with the lastest travel alerts by following:

Big Green Coach - @BigGreenCoach
TFL Piccadilly line - @Piccadillyline
TFL Victoria line - @Victorialine
Great Northern Rail (National Rail) - @GNRailUK
TFL Bus Alerts - @TFLBusAlerts
National Rail Enquiries - @nationalrailenq
Metropolitan Police Haringey - @MPSHaringey

How to get here

Choose your method of transport below:

Big Green Coach

Big Green Coach are proud to be the official travel provider for the Queens of the Stone Age show at Finsbury Park. For more information, click here. 

Forget navigating London, they will pick you up in one of 22 pick-up locations and drop you in the official coach park to the event, no one gets you closer.

Pick up points

Birmingham, Bishops Stortford, Bournemouth, Bristol, Cambridge, Canterbury, Cardiff, Chelmsford, Colchester, Coventry, Dover, Gillingham, Guildford, Ipswich, Newport, Norwich, Peterborough, Portsmouth, Reading, Southampton, Swansea, Swindon.

Seats start from just £33 return

You will arrive in time for the music and Big Green Coach will wait around until the very end to get you home safely, meaning you miss none of the action.

Forget expensive hotels or being the designated driver, you can sleep all the way home!

TRAIN

A high frequency National Rail service operates to/from King's Cross and Moorgate stations in central London and Finsbury Park station. Please use the following websites for further information:

www.nationalrailenquries.co.uk and www.greatnorthernrail.com.

To get to the event

At Finsbury Park station follow the way out signs and staff instructions within the station. Walk along Seven Sisters Road for a few minutes until you reach the park gates. The festival main entrance will be near to this and will be clearly visible and sign-posted.

After the event

If you are going to Kings Cross, St Pancras International, Paddington, Marylebone, Euston or Liverpool Street stations:

Use non-stop National Rail services to King’s Cross station and change there for the Tube

If you are going to London Bridge

Use fast National Rail services to Moorgate and change for Northern line services

TUBE

To get to the event

Use either Manor House or Finsbury Park and follow instructions from staff/stewards.

After the event

A managed queuing system will be in place to enter the Tube at both Manor House and Finsbury Park stations. Queues are expected to be shorter and to move faster at Manor House. Your journey may also be faster if you use National Rail services from Finsbury Park and change for the Tube at Highbury & Islington, Moorgate, or King’s Cross.

Manor House Tube station

Use the westbound Piccadilly line for central London. You can change for the Victoria line at Finsbury Park or King’s Cross St. Pancras.

Finsbury Park Tube station

Due to ongoing construction work the number of people that can enter the Tube station is restricted. Long queues are expected after the event. If you are travelling towards central London you are advised to use Piccadilly line Tube services from Manor House, or National Rail services from Finsbury Park and then connect to the Victoria line as follows:

Board Piccadilly line services at Manor House station and travel one stop south and cross-platform interchange onto the southbound Victoria line at Finsbury Park 

Board National Rail services at Finsbury Park station and travel two stops south and cross-platform interchange onto the southbound Victoria line at Highbury & Islington 

PLEASE NOTE – the rear of the trains generally have more space available 

For northbound travel on the Victoria line

Use Finsbury Park station. Alternatively take bus 259 from bus stop F on Seven Sisters Road, near Manor House station and change at Seven Sisters.

BUS

Bus routes 4, 19, 29, 106, 141, 153, 210,236, 253, 254, 259, 279, 341,W3, W7 all service Finsbury Park.  However, due to the event, diversions will be in place and different stops will be served.

CAR

There are no car park facilities at Finsbury Park and we strongly advise against travelling by car. There are also no drop-off points and no pay and display bays available in this area. Again we strongly advise against travelling by car.

Disabled Access Information

Disabled customers should buy a standard ticket for the day/s they wish to attend.

We do not have a separate ticket type for Disabled customers.

Personal Assistant ticket (PA)

Only buy your ticket, please do not buy a ticket for your Personal Assistant, this must be applied for and approved via the Access Requirements form available later this year.

Please note: There is no charge for a Personal assistant (PA) ticket.

Application form – Apply for Disabled Access

Our Access scheme and Access requirements form will be available later this year, if you would like to be added to our mailing list, to be notified when our applications go live, please email: accessuk@festivalrepublic.com

Before applying please ensure you read our Access information.

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