August 19, 2008 15:35

Leeds Festival: traffic and travel information released

Find out the easiest ways to get to the festival

Leeds Festival: traffic and travel information released
The organisers of the Leeds Festival, set to take place this weekend (August 22-24), have released traffic and travel information to let fans know the easiest ways to get to and from the festivals.

National Express coaches will be travelling to the festival from all over the country. Ticket prices can be viewed and booked now at Gobycoach.com.

Regular shuttle bus services will be running from the Leeds Festival site to and from Leeds Railway Station, Leeds Bus Station and York Railway Station. Timetables are available at Leedsfestival.com. Train tickets can be bought from Thetrainline.com.

Organisers are encouraging fans who are planning to travel to the festival by car to consider using a lift share scheme. Lift shares can be organised via. Liftshare.org.uk.

A route map can be downloaded from Leedsfestival.com.

NME.COM is bringing you live coverage straight from both sites of the Reading And Leeds Festivals 2008. For the latest news, blogs, pictures and video interviews head to the Reading And Leeds Festivals index throughout the weekend.

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