Paths of glory

  • The List
  • 23 August 2007
Paths of glory

Take the sting out of getting here by planning your travel in advance

By Coach

Citylink will be providing buses to and from the festival throughout the weekend and you can purchase your shuttle bus ticket at the same time as purchasing your festival ticket. This way you can sit back, enjoy the ride and take in the incredible journey that awaits you.

Coach tickets can be bought when purchasing your festival ticket or direct via Citylink www.citylink.co.uk – there’s a full timetable online. You must book in advance and have your festival ticket when boarding the bus.

The last buses leave the site strauight afte the main stages have closed at midnight. Coach tickets are priced according to zones over the weekend:

Zone 1 £12
Oban, Taynuilt, Dalmally, Tyndrum, Crianlarich, Arrochar

Zone 2 £15
Glasgow, Fort William, Ballachulish, Bridge of Orchy, Lochearnhead, Crieff, Stirling, Campbeltown, Kennacraig, Tarbert, Ardrishaig

Zone 3 £18
Perth, Pitlochry, Edinburgh

Zone 4 £20
Dundee

Zone 5 £25
Aberdeen, Inverness

By car

PLEASE NOTE: CAR PARKING IS LIMITED. The only way to guarantee parking at the event is in advance purchase – book now to avoid disappointment!

From Glasgow
Take A82 towards Dunbarton, follow A82 to Arrochar. Join A83 to Inveraray.

By rail

The closest mainline train stations are Glasgow Central Station, Glasgow Queen Street Station. If travelling to the festival from outwith Scotland we recommend you travel to Glasgow, then catch one of the many coaches direct to the site.

For up to the minute updates on all travel info, see www.citylink.co.uk or www.connectmusicfestival.co.uk for more

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