Wireless Festival 2014 is now a few weeks away and this year for the first time ever Birmingham will also host the Wireless Festival which will take place on July 4, 5 and 6.


This year the festival will be a two site, multi stage event, that will see the same artists play across sites in London and Birmingham across different days over the same weekend. Kanye West, Drake and Bruno Mars have already been confirmed as headliners for the event.

Other acts on the bill include Pharrell Williams, Tinie Tempah, Rudimental, Labrinth, Basement Jaxx, Iggy Azalea plus many more.

You’ve got several options available to you when it comes to making your way to Perry Park for the event in Birmingham. Here’s how to get there:

The exclusive coach partner for Wireless Festival is Big Green Coach. They have day returns to the festival every day that ensure you won’t miss any of the music. The coaches are available from:

Birkenhead, Blackpool, Bradford, Bristol, Cardiff, Cheltenham, Chester, Coventry, Derby, Doncaster, Hull, Leeds, Leicester, Liverpool, Manchester, Middlesbrough, Newcastle, Newport, Nottingham, Preston, Scunthorpe, Sheffield, Stafford, Stockport, Stoke on Trent, Sunderland, Swansea, Wigan and Worcester

The closest train stations to Perry Park are Perry Barr and Hamstead – both of which are within comfortable walking distance to the event.

There are several key services that will take you directly to Perry Park from the city centre at Moor Street Queensway, Corporation Street and Lower Bull Street. They both run until 23:30. The services are:

33, 51, 51X, 907, 934, 935, 936, 952, 997

All of these services run at least every 15 minutes.

A car park is in operation on Perry Hall Park. Organisers recommend you either book your parking ticket well in advance or travel to the festival by different means as the the area is likely to be very busy.