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How do I get to the Long Road Festival?

BY CAR - The Long Road Festival is easily accessible from the M1 and M6. Please switch off your sat nav and follow festival directional road signage as you approach the festival.


BY DROP-OFF/TAXI - There will be a Pick Up and Drop Off Point located in the car park. If you are arriving/departing by taxi, please ask your driver to follow the festival directional road signage for taxis. When you leave the festival and are looking for your taxi, please follow signage to the official taxi rank.


BY TRAIN - The nearest train station to The Long Road is Rugby Station. There are direct line trains with journey times under an hour from London Euston and Birmingham New Street. From Friday to Monday the Festival Bus will run a return service from Rugby Station to the festival.


BY SHUTTLE BUS - Shuttle Bus tickets are available to purchase on our ticket page. The shuttle bus runs a return service from Rugby Station to The Long Road Festival from Friday to Monday. We also offer an option to pre-book a bus from Lutterworth to the festival on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. The pick-up point for Lutterworth will be the car park next to Travelodge Lutterworth on Rugby Rd. Journeys from Lutterworth must be booked in advance, and if there are bookings, the bus departing Rugby will travel via Lutterworth to collect passengers on its way to the festival. Please note, Lutterworth bus tickets can only be pre-purchased and it will not be possible to buy a ticket at the Lutterworth pick-up point. All bus tickets will come off sale on our ticket page the evening before they are due to run. The direct one-way journey time from Rugby Station is approximately 20 mins and 35 mins via Lutterworth. From Lutterworth, the journey time is approximately 15 mins. All buses are wheelchair accessible. Please pre-purchase tickets to guarantee your space and enable us to ensure the service meets demand. All buses are wheelchair accessible.


BY BIKE - We provide an area for cyclists to lock up their bikes at the entrance to the festival free of charge. Please note, these are left at your own risk.