Birmingham - Travel
Where is Wireless Birmingham taking place?
Wireless has a new home! We are proud to be coming to Perry Park, Birmingham, in 2014.
Perry Park is next to Birmingham's Alexander Stadium. Please click HERE for a map of the local area.
The festival site will be in the south end of Perry Park. A map of the festival site, showing where everything is, will be published on the website and available on the festival app nearer the time.
Check out the information below for advice on how to get there.
Getting to Wireless Birmingham with Big Green Coach
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All coaches are operating day return services on the Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
All the Big Green Coach coaches arrive before the music starts and depart after the music has ended so you won't miss a thing. No need to worry about driving, parking, missing the last train or suffering from any over indulgence! Big Green Coach takes the hassle out of your travel.
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Traveling By Train
Birmingham has three mainline train stations in the city centre; New Street, Snow Hill and Moor Street. These stations offer links to all areas of the country including London, Manchester, Glasgow, Cardiff, Newcastle and pretty much everywhere in-between!
Check out the National Rail website for tickets, times and advice on getting to Birmingham – www.nationalrail.co.uk
Traveling By Bus
National Express West Midlands operate all local bus services.
Services taking you directly to Perry Park are:
• Walsall Road; 51 (up to every 8 minutes), X51 (up to every 15 minutes), 952 (up to every 15 minutes).
• Aldridge Road; 33 (up to every 8 minutes), 907 (up to every 15 minutes), 934/935/936 (up to every 10 minutes), 997 (up to every 10 minutes).
These buses will all stop on Moor Street Queensway, Lower Bull Street and Corporation Street in Birmingham city centre and will run until around 23:30.
Other services taking you near to the festival site:
• The 28 (up to every 20 minutes) stops about a 10 minute walk away from the festival site on Beeches Road and goes to Bordesley Green, Ward End, Erdington and Kingstanding (areas of east and north-east Birmingham).
• The 11A/C (up to every 8 minutes) stops about a 15 minute walk away from the festival site at Perry Barr island and is the Outer Circle route that links huge areas of the city.
• The 46 (up to every 15 minutes) also stops at Perry Barr (One Stop) and serves Lozells.
• The 654 (up to every 30 minutes) doesn't run very late in the evening but also stops at Perry Barr (One Stop) and serves Hamstead, Handsworth Wood, Witton and Aston.
Traveling By Car
A car park will be in operation in Perry Hall Park, just a stone’s throw from Perry Park where Wireless is taking place.
Car parking is now off sale in advance and will be sold on the day for £15.00. We do not expect to sell out.
Three-day car park tickets will not be sold. Cars cannot be left overnight in the car park.
Please note: There will be parking restrictions in the area with tow away zones, so parking in the official car parks is strongly recommended.
Wireless Birmingham Map
Click here to see the WIRELESS BIRMINGHAM MAP