Info category — Travel Info

Big Green Coach

We’ve teamed up with Big Green Coach once again to offer hassle-free and sustainable travel options directly to Wireless.

Your carbon neutral coach will arrive at the festival before the music starts and leave after the headliners so that you don’t miss a thing. You won’t have to worry about navigating London late at night, booking expensive hotels or leaving early to catch the last train.

Pick up locations: Birmingham, Bristol, Canterbury, Chelmsford, Colcheser, Coventry, Dartford, Gillingham, Guildford, Ipswich, Leicester, Milton Keynes, Nottingham, Norwich, Portsmouth, Reading, Southampton and Swindon.

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Finsbury Park is very lucky to be situated extremely close to both Finsbury Park Train Station and Manor House Train Station. Finsbury Park Station has both underground and overground servies. It is accessible for our access customers although, the busier station of the two. Manor House is underground only. Please note – both stations will be busier during event times. Check the below ‘Jounrey Planner’ drop down to plan your jounrey in advance. Keep up to date with the relevant train operator websites for any strike action.


Piccadilly Line

If you intend to use the Piccadilly Line you should use Manor House Station which is closer to the event exit.

Victoria Line

If you intend to use the Victoria Line, you should use Finsbury Park Station.There will be unusually long queues at this station when the concert ends for anyone choosing to use it. In summary, the quickest tube/train journeys will be:

1. Piccadilly Line – Manor House Station (If interchange required from Piccadilly line to Victoria line, we would suggest King’s Cross)

2. Victoria Line – Finsbury Park Station

If you are travelling to/from the festival, overground services will be limited. Trains which are running will be extremely busy and you will need to queue. Please, consider using alternative options to complete your journey.


Bus routes: day buses – 4, 19, 29, 106, 141, 153, 210,236, 253, 254, 259, 279, 341, W3, W7 all service Finsbury Park. Then, the following night buses – N19, N29, N253 and N279. However, due to the event, diversions will be in place and different stops will be served. Please keep an eye on the website for travel updates.


Travel Information

There is no public car parking at Wireless Festival Finsbury Park . There will be road closures in place around the event so pick ups and drop offs will not be possible. Unauthorised parking will likely result in a fine. Please use public transport where possible.

At the end of the night

A managed queuing system will be in place to enter the Tube at both Manor House and Finsbury Park stations.

Manor House Tube station

Use the westbound Piccadilly line for central London. You can change for the Victoria line at Finsbury Park or King’s Cross St. Pancras.

Finsbury Park Tube station

Long queues are expected after the event. If you are travelling towards central London you are advised to use Piccadilly line Tube services from Manor House, or National Rail services from Finsbury Park and then connect to the Victoria line as follows:

Board Piccadilly line services at Manor House station and travel one stop south and cross-platform interchange onto the southbound Victoria line at Finsbury Park

Board National Rail services at Finsbury Park station and travel two stops south and cross-platform interchange onto the southbound Victoria line at Highbury & Islington

PLEASE NOTE – the rear of the trains generally have more space available

For northbound travel on the Victoria line

Use Finsbury Park station. Alternatively take bus 259 from bus stop F on Seven Sisters Road, near Manor House station and change at Seven Sisters.


There will be a black cab rank situated near to the site

Festival Location

Wireless Festival takes place in Finsbury Park, London.


This year, getting to Wireless couldn’t be easier. Simply download and open the Uber app, type Finsbury Park into the ‘Where to?’ section, and your ride will be with you in minutes. No cash needed. If you’re with your whole crew, you can select UberXL to get your group of 6 to Wireless Fest in style.

Disability Access: 

In addition, our transportation partner Uber has a wheelchair accessible and mobility options in the app. Find out more at


Car Parking is not available at Wireless Festival. There is very limited Blue badge parking in the year round parking bays. Please be warned that wardens will be on patrol throughout the event and your car will be towed.

Journey Planner

Click here for TFL’s journey planner, which can help you find your way to the festival.