Getting Here | Lindisfarne Festival
3rd-6th September 2020
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Getting Here

Lindisfarne Festival is located on the North East coast,
approximately halfway between Edinburgh & Newcastle.

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  • Arrival Times

    Arriving vehicles will be only be permitted entry to the site between these hours:

    Thursday 3rd September: 3pm – 9:30pm
    Friday 4th September: 11am – 9:30pm
    Saturday 5th September: 8am – 9:30pm

  • Arriving By Train

    Located on the East Coast mainline (London Kings Cross > Edinburgh), the nearest station to the festival site is at Berwick-upon-Tweed.

    You can travel from Newcastle/Edinburgh to Lindisfarne Festival for as little as £5.50 each way* and book a seat on our FREE Bus to & from the station…

    Call 01289 547009 to book your journey in advance.*Train ticket prices correct at time of writing & subject to change. Advanced single prices, verified at https://www.lner.co.uk/

  • Shuttle Bus From Berwick

    We will be running a shuttle service from Berwick Train Station to the festival site and back at designated times over the festival weekend:

    Buses will depart at the following times:
    Berwick Train Station > Beal Farm : 5:30pm Thurs / 1pm Friday / 4pm Friday
    Beal Farm > Berwick Train Station : 11am Sunday

    Seats will only be allocated to passengers who have bought a ticket to the festival and cannot be reserved prior to ticket purchase.

    Limited seats available.

    A public bus service also operates from the train station to Holy Island, via the festival site.

  • Arriving By Car

    Postcode: TD15 2PB

    The festival site is located at Beal Farm on the North east coast (less than an hour from Newcastle and Edinburgh) just a few miles off the A1 Motorway. Proceed along the A1 to the crossroad at Beal (approximately 8 miles South of Berwick-upon-Tweed). From there, follow the signs to Holy Island. The festival site is on the mainland just yards from the Lindisfarne Causeway and car parks will be clearly sign posted.

    When you plan your route to Lindisfarne Festival, please take a moment to consider the environment. If you are driving to the festival, fill your car with friends. If you can’t travel with old friends, travel with new ones! Find fellow festivalgoers to car share with on our Facebook and Twitter pages or use public transport if possible.

  • Car Parking

    The parking area is separate to the campsite – just a short walk away (approx 400m). Cars must have a valid parking pass for the duration of your stay at the festival. We recommend booking your parking online in advance (via our tickets page), as purchase on arrival will be at a flat rate of £20 per vehicle.

  • Arriving by Taxi

    Woodys taxis are offering Lindisfarne Festival-goers a 10% discount on fares.

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