Where is the festival?

The Festival site will be on an area of Coney Meadow, behind the Visitor Centre area at Ferry Meadows, Peterborough (PE2 5UU).

Getting there

We encourage visitors to travel by foot, bike, or bus if they can.

  • Bus route from Queensgate in Peterborough city centre: No. 1 – runs throughout the day every 15 minutes on Saturday and every 20 minutes on Sunday. Get off the bus at Orton Wistow and walk 15 minutes to the Festival site. To download a bus timetable, go to: Live Bus Times & Timetables | Stagecoach (stagecoachbus.com) 

  • Taxis can drop off visitors at the entrance to the Park.

  • Come by bike. PCC are running a FREE Cycle Led Ride leaving Railworld Wildlife Haven car park in the city centre at 10.30am on Saturday 20 May and arriving on the Festival site at 11.30am. 

  • Arrive at Ferry Meadows on the Nene Valley Railway. Shuttle trains are running throughout the festival weekend from the city centre to Ferry Meadows. Tickets cost £2 per person. A shuttle train timetable for the weekend is available here.

  • Note: Nene Valley Railway are also running their normal weekend train service (including steam trains). The full timetable of all trains running is here

Parking ONSITE

  • Parking is available to all festival-goers onsite at Ferry Meadows. Parking charges apply.
  • Designated accessible parking for Blue Badge Holders will be available in the main car park near the Visitor Centre. Parking charges apply.

FREE Parking OFFSITE (Railworld Wildlife Haven PE2 9NR) - Saturday 20th and Sunday 21st May

  • Free Parking at Railworld Wildlife Haven car park (PE2 9NR) 
  • Train rides run with Nene Valley Railway will run on the Saturday and Sunday of the Festival weekend. Park at Railworld and catch the train for £2 per person to Ferry Meadows. A train timetable for the weekend is available here