The easiest way to get to Bellahouston Park is with our official partner Happy Bus, who will be providing coach travel from across Scotland, as well as operating our Glasgow City Centre shuttle bus on each day of the event. For full coach & shuttle bus details, head to their website.
Alternatively the park is serviced by Dumbreck Train Station (15 mins walk), and Ibrox Subway Station (30 minutes walk). Bellahouston Park is roughly an hour walk from the City Centre.
Coaches from Out with Glasgow
Happy Bus is the Official Coach travel partner for Glasgow Summer Sessions 2019.
Day return coach travel tickets from over 40 locations around the UK are available to purchase. All coaches arrive before the music starts and departs after the music has ended. Tickets can be purchased HERE.
Glasgow - Shuttle Bus Service
Happy Bus are the official shuttle bus provider to Glasgow Summer Sessions. Glasgow City Centre Shuttle service will be departing Buchanan Bus Station every 10 minutes. A return shuttle bus journey costs £5 and can be purchased now HERE!
Bus numbers 9, 9A, 10 (First) and 38 (McGills) all drop off/pick up from Paisley Road West to the north of Bellahouston Park. The journey to the City Centre is 22mins.
The last bus is scheduled for 00.25.
Parking will be available at Albion Car Park, on a first come, first served basis charging £5.00 per car for all day parking. The car park is a short walk from Bellahouston Park.
There will be no other parking available around the site. Towing enforcements will be in place so please pay attention to any notices before leaving your car.
Bellahouston Park can be reached by using the National Cycle Route number 75.
There are Public Cycle Racks situated around the park. Leave at your own risk!
Dumbreck station is the closest to the gig, approximately 15 minutes away by foot.
Trains will be very busy heading to and from the gig, and you may not be able to board your first choice of train.
After the concert
Please be aware that the last trains of the night will depart soon after the end of the gig and that a queuing system will be in place at Dumbreck station. Therefore, you should go straight to the station when the concert ends to avoid disappointment.
Scotrail will be running longer trains and extra services to get you back from the gig. These will serve Glasgow Central only.
As these trains will be the last departures of the evening, no connections are guaranteed.
To help things go smoothly, ScotRail will have extra staff on hand to assist. Please follow their instructions, and buy your tickets in advance.
Tickets can be purchased on the ScotRail app, at scotrail.co.uk or by calling 0344 811 0141.
The ScotRail Alliance’s top five tips for getting to the gig:
1. Buy your ticket before you board.
Checks will be in place at many stations.
2. Check your train times.
Leave extra time for connections.
3. Listen up!
ScotRail will have extra staff to help things go smoothly. Please listen to their instructions.
4. Download the ScotRail app.
To buy tickets, check train times, and see live service info.
5. Don’t leave it too late.
Services will be busy. You might not be able to board your first choice of train.
The nearest Subway station to Glasgow Summer Sessions is serviced by Ibrox Station which is a 15 minute walk to/from the concert. The last train will run at approximately 23.15.
Walking routes take approximately 50 minutes from Bellahouston Park to the City Centre.
The route will follow Paisley Road West, skirt Festival Park, cross the Squinty Bridge into Finnieston and finally turn right onto Argyle Street into the City Centre.
This route will be signposted and stewarded.
Pick Up & Drop Off
There will be a pick up and drop off area operating from the Albion Car Park across from Ibrox Stadium. Edmiston Dr, Glasgow G51 2XD.
Gig-goers should be aware that Dumbreck Road (between Mosspark Boulevard and Paisley Road West) will be closed to ALL traffic between 10:15pm and midnight.
Glasgow TOA has been alerted to the concert and their pick up point will be shared within the private coaches on Hinshelwood Drive.