The festival runs from 11am to 11pm on both Saturday and Sunday, we advise on getting down early as it’ll get busy quick. (The gates close at 8pm so you will not be able to come in after this time.)

There is no re-entry to the festival, so if you leave you will not be able to come back in that day.

The Love Bus – Running from three key stops in the City Centre directly to Eastville Park, the Love Bus runs every fifteen minutes from 10.30 until midnight stopping at:

Bristol Temple Meads Station
Buses will leave from outside the Station,
follow the signs for The Love Bus.

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City Centre, Colston Avenue
Buses leave from stop C2,
opposite the Army Careers Centre

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City Centre, Broadmead
Buses will leave from The Haymarket, outside
Beefeater, a one minute walk from the Bus Station.

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Getting to Motion or going home…
buses return frequently till Midnight

Great Value Tickets! – £4.50 All Day Ticket & £3 Single
( Valid on all First Buses in Bristol )

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Pick Up / Drop Offs & Taxis – The Pick Up / Drop Off point is in the car park of Tesco, Eastville. If you are getting dropped off, please make sure that you follow signs and use the designated area.

(Please note that the car park at Tesco is owned by a private company and is strictly reserved for customers. There is a 3-hour maximum stay and fines will be issued for vehicles that exceed this limit.)

Please be aware that at the end of the festival there will be thousands of people leaving the site at the same time. If you are pre-arranging a collection, then consider making your pick-up point at an easily recognisable landmark a short distance away as roads directly around the site will be closed.

Trains – The event bus service will be running directly to site from Bristol’s main station (Temple Meads) and this will be the easiest way to get to the festival from there.

The closest local train station to the site is Stapleton Road.

Please see www.nationalrail.co.uk for train times.

Parking – There is absolutely no public parking available at the event so please do not bring your car. Anyone parking illegally or irresponsibly near the site will have his or her vehicle towed.

Please see our age and ID section here.

There will be some ATMs on site (please note that a fee will be charged for withdrawals), and all of our main festival bars will have facilities to pay on card. Most food traders are cash only though, so we advise bringing some money with you.

Yes – please see our accessibility page for more information.

No – there is no camping available at the event. The site closes when the music finishes at 11pm.

Yes there will be official Love Saves the Night after-parties at nearby venues on both Saturday and Sunday, more details coming soon.

You can resend or download your tickets by using your details on their website. Website – https://www.seetickets.com/customerservice

Our ticketing is managed by Seetickets. If you purchased tickets through our website then, please follow this link: https://www.seetickets.com/customerservice

Or you can call: 08448718819

Unfortunately not – Love Saves The Day does not offer any refunds on tickets. Please note that tickets are NOT transferable.

We do however offer a re-sale service via See tickets, find that platform here.