Travel Guide: Leeds Festival
Leeds Festival is easily accessible through various means of transportation. It’s held at Readings a beautiful town in Berkshire, England.
Big Green Coach is the official and exclusive coach travel & festival ticket partner to Leeds Festival. With the largest ever coach network into Leeds Festival, Big Green Coach will be picking up from 39 locations for weekend campers so there’s sure to be a departure point close to you.
Choose from a variety of travel options depending on your festival plans:
Weekend campers can choose either a Wednesday, Thursday or Friday arrival (to depart Monday). Day ticket holders can choose a day return coach service (Friday, Saturday and Sunday).
Weekend return coach travel direct to Leeds Festival from: Birkenhead, Birmingham, Blackburn, Blackpool, Bolton, Carlisle, Chester, Chesterfield, Coventry, Darlington, Derby, Doncaster, Durham, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Grimsby, Hartlepool, Huddersfield, Hull, Leicester, Lincoln, Liverpool, Llandudno, Manchester, Middlesbrough, Newcastle, Nottingham, Preston, Rhyl, Rochdale, Scunthorpe, Sheffield, Stafford, Stockport, Stockton-On-Tees, Stoke On Trent, Sunderland, Warrington and Wigan.\
FRIDAY, SATURDAY AND SUNDAY from Darlington, Durham, Hull, Leeds, Liverpool, Manchester, Newcastle, Nottingham & Sheffield. Dropping you inside the festival gates in the official coach park.
Please travel to the A1, M1 or the A1(M) whether you are coming from the north, south, east or west and then follow the signs from the motorway. All routes to Leeds Festival start from the A1(M). Please note that the junction numbers on the A1(M) that we are using changed a few years ago and out of date printed maps, and old sat nav systems may not reflect the correct junction numbering on the ground so follow the signage on the routes rather than checking against a map.
FROM A1(M) COMING FROM THE SOUTH
The route to the festival will be signposted from Junction 41 northbound.
FROM M1 COMING FROM THE SOUTH
The route to the festival will be signposted from Junction 42 northbound.
FROM M62 COMING FROM THE EAST
The route to the festival will be signed from Junction 33 Westbound.
FROM M62 COMING FROM THE WEST
The route to the festival will be signed from Junction 29 Eastbound.
FROM A1/ A1(M) COMING FROM THE NORTH
The route to the festival will be signed from Junction 46 southbound.
BY TRAIN & BY SHUTTLE BUS
The nearest train station is Leeds Train Station. There are regular trains from London and other major cities. Visit
The designated Taxis Rank is based at Yellow Gate this year where you will find Leeds Hackney Carriages and Private Hires waiting to pick up festival goers.
Taxi prices are:
Leeds Train Station to Bramham Park (Saloon Car) – £18 – £20
Bramham Park to Leeds Train Station – £25