WITH ten thousand people expected to descend on Southampton Common on Saturdayd, here's everything you need to know about getting there...

There is no car parking available at the festival, so please use public transport if you are not walking or cycling to the event.

Xelabus will providing bus shuttle and park & ride services again for 2018.

All tickets must be pre-booked.

The service X80 shuttle bus runs from Central Station (Toys R Us side) – Civic Centre bus stop – Common, Northlands Road, from 9.30am and every 15 mins to 3.30pm then from 4pm to 6.30pm every 30 mins.

Returning from the Common, Northlands Road every 15 mins until 3.45pm, every 30 mins from 4pm to 6.30pm and then every 15 mins from 6.45pm to 11.30pm.

An adult return costs £6 and a child return (aged 5 to 15 years) is £4.

The service X81 park & ride from Barton Peveril College, Chestnut Avenue, Eastleigh SO50 5ZA is available from 9.30am then every 15 mins until 3.30pm, from 4.20pm to 6.50pm is its every 30 mins, then every 15 mins until 11.30pm.

There is no charge for parking at this location and an adult return costs £6 and a child return (aged 5 to 15 years) is £4.

To book your tickets, simply visit the tickets page at: www.letsrocksouthampton.com.


Regular bus services will be available to and from the areas surrounding the City of Southampton. Please check www.bluestarbus.co.uk for routes, timetables and tickets. Route Bluestar 1 runs from the City Centre close to the East Entrance to the event and back again. Uni-Link will also be servicing the areas around Southampton Common. Please check www.unilinkbus.co.uk for routes and timetables. Route Uni-link 1 from Southampton Central Train station runs close to the event and back again.

For those coming from further afield

There is strictly no camping!