By Train

 

ARRIVING BY TRAIN

Travelling to Bass in the Park Festival 2019 is extremely easy by train and will allow you to avoid any traffic problems on the road as the festival site is very easily accessible from Sheffield train station.

Please visit National Rail for up-to-the-minute timetable and pricing information

TRAVEL TIMES FROM AROUND THE UK

To help you plan your time at the festival and to give you an approximate idea of how long it may take to arrive at Sheffield station from some British Rail stations, here are some approximate travel times:

Birmingham – 1 Hour
Bradford – 1 Hour 10 Minutes
Bristol – 2 Hours 45 Minutes
Cardiff – 3 Hours 30 Minutes
Leeds – 40 Minutes
Leicester – 1 Hour
Liverpool – 2 Hours
London – 2 Hours 10 Minutes
Manchester – 1 Hour
Milton Keynes – 2 Hours 30 Minutes
Newcastle – 2 Hours
Norwich – 3 Hours 30 Minutes
Nottingham – 45 Minutes
Stoke on Trent – 1 Hour 30 Minutes

GETTING TO THE FESTIVAL SITE

Once you arrive at Sheffield train station there are a variety of options available that will get you to The Ponderosa festival site.

Tram: Jump aboard the BLUE tram line and the Netherthorpe Road stop is a short ride away. Plan your journey here: https://www.travelsouthyorkshire.com

Bus: Take the 10A or the 95 bus, plan your journey here: https://www.travelsouthyorkshire.com

Walk: The Ponderosa is approximately 20 minutes walk from Sheffield train station.

Taxi: Either take a black cab or pre booked local City Taxis https://citytaxis.com 0114 239 3939

 

 

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

Due to severe weather conditions at Ponderosa Park (Sheffield) over the past week and heavy rain during today’s Fire In The Park event with thunder storms and more heavy rain forecasted for the next 24 hours Bass In The Park 2019 has been cancelled.

Following full consultation with all of the relevant authorities including independent safety advisors, Sheffield council, emergency services and health and safety officials a final decision was made ‪at 10.30 this evening‬.

The safety of you, the fans and attendees, as well as performers and crew comes first, and the potential risk is too severe for the event to go ahead at this time.

Refund advice will be shared as soon as possible - please follow Bass In The Parks’ social media for official updates.

We sincerely regret the disappointment to fans, and apologise for any disruption caused to local businesses, performers and crew who were looking forward to Bass In The Park as much as we were.