Marsden is perfectly situated for visitors to the festival, both near and far.
Marsden has its own train station and has good bus connections from surrounding areas.
Whilst you can travel to the festival by car, parking is very limited over the festival weekend, and so public transport may be more suitable.
Alternatively, if you prefer a more relaxed form of transport, the restored Huddersfield Narrow Canal runs through the village.
See more specific details below for travel to the festival, including links to key websites.
Marsden is just off the A62, about 7 miles west of Huddersfield and 11 miles east of Oldham. Set your sat nav to HD7 6BW to find us, or use the Google Maps link below:
Marsden is on the main rail route between Manchester and Leeds. An hourly train service runs between Manchester Piccadilly and Huddersfield with connections to Leeds and beyond. Late stopping services run in both directions. Please see the National Rail Enquiries website to plan your journey and for the most up to date train information.
Frequent services run from Huddersfield bus station (every 10 minutes Friday, Saturday daytime). Return services from Marsden run until after 23.00. Similarly buses from Manchester run every hour. For more details and to plan your journey, check the websites below.