Your Route To The Rave

April 21, 2017

TAKING THE TUBE…

If you’re coming to us from Central London, your easiest way of getting to Trent Park is the Piccadilly Line. 51st State is less than five minutes’ walk from Cockfosters Station at the Northern end of line, and it should take you just 20 minutes from King’s Cross St Pancras Underground Station. Once you’re in the area, simply follow the signs and you’ll be with us in no time.

Make sure you’ve topped up your Oyster Card with enough funds for your outward and homebound journeys before the big day - we’d like to minimise delays and congestion at Cockfosters Station as much as possible. Also, don’t be tempted to use Oakwood Tube Station to beat the crowds - the route from that station involves a private road that will be closed to the public on the day.


TAKING THE BUS...

If you prefer getting around above ground, the festival site is on plenty of local bus routes. Bus Routes 121 (Enfield-Turnpike Lane), 298 (Arnos Grove-Potters Bar), 299 (Queens Avenue-Cockfosters), 307 (Brimsdown-Barnet), 377 (Glyn Road-Oakwood Station) and 384 (Quinta Drive-Cockfosters) all pass by Trent Park - although plan ahead to check that bus routes aren’t diverted on the day.


TAKING YOUR CAR…

If you’re coming from further afield and driving is your only option, Trent Country Park is within easy reach of Junction 24 of the M25. 51st State will be clearly signposted to in the local area on the day, and car parking tickets for both General and VIP ticket holders are already on sale. Buy your car park ticket here.