Public car parking is not available in Cyfarthfa Park at any time over the weekend.
We recommend you use car parks in town, Merthyr College (CF48 1AR) will be opening up it's over flow car park especially.
Accessible car parking is available for valid Blue Badge holders - please reserve your space with the Box Office when you book tickets.
There is a bus stop on Brecon Road, right outside Cyfarthfa Park.
Merthyr Tydfil railway station is served by regular through trains. It's a 7 minute drive from Cyfarthfa Park and just 20 minutes walk. Please note as there are no late trains returning to Cardiff, there is a bus home from the festival site, stopping at various rail stations back to Cardiff.
Railway enquiries: 08457 48 49 50 / www.nationalrail.co.uk
A combined Rail and Bus ticket has been created to allow visitors to the festival to travel to Merthyr by train and travel home by bus. Combined Tickets are available from the following Stations:
Cardiff Central, Cardiff Queen Street, Cathays and Cardiff Bay
Railcard discounts will apply to the rail leg only using the following railcards.
16 - 25
The Festival buses will leave Cyfartha Park at 11.30pm on Friday 2nd, Saturday 3rd and Sunday 4th of September.
The buses will call at the following stations en route to Cardiff:
Pentre-Bach, Troed - y Rhiw, Merthyr Vale, Quakers Yard, Trefforest, Trefforest Estate, Taffs Well, Radyr, Llandaf and Cathays will all be request stops only.
A single bus ticket is available from the Festival Box Office for £7 Adults £5 Under 16s in advance or £9 Adults £7 Under 16s on the night (subject to availability)
At Merthyr Rock we are keen to reduce the environmental effect of the festival, so if you would like to share the journey with other people coming to the festival, you can find other people travelling to and from Merthyr on goCarShare
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