By Car

Car parking is available in the field directly opposite the festival site for a small fee.

Vehicle access to the car park is via the gated entrance on Cole Bank Road, where there will be parking attendants to direct you.

Pedestrian access to and from the car park is via the John Morris Jones walkway. This is the pathway to the right of the car park as you face Cole Bank Road. It goes through the trees and ends in a pedestrian crossing for easy access to the festival site.

Please make sure you use the walkway and pedestrian crossing to travel to and from your cars as the vehicle entrance gets extremely busy during the festival and there is heavy bus traffic along Cole Bank Road.

By Rail

The nearest railway station is Hall Green. To reach the festival, turn left out of the station, then turn right onto Cole Bank Road. The festival site is 600m down the road on the right hand side.

By Bus

The number 5 bus between Birmingham city centre and Solihull stops directly outside the festival site. As does the number 11 outer circle route.

More information on buses and a journey planner tool can be found at nxbus.co.uk

By Bicycle

Bike racks are available immediately inside the Cole Bank Road entrance on the left and bikes may be secured there at the owner’s own risk. For safety reasons, bicycles must not be ridden on the festival site itself.

The festival site is near the southern end of the Cole Valley cycle route. For more information on traffic-free cycle routes in Birmingham, visit toptubemap.com

On Foot

While the main entrance to the festival site is on Cole Bank Road, the field can also be accessed on foot via Wake Green Road to the west and on Green Road to the north by the ford.

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