FANS of Rod Stewart who are attending this weekend's concert will have the opportunity to travel on shuttle buses to the Britannia Stadium with a range of off-site parking available in various areas of Stoke-on-Trent.
A park-and-ride scheme is being operated on the day of the event, with return ticket shuttle buses priced at £3 each, with people being ferried from the City Centre Bus Station Stand X to the Stadium via Glebe Street (near Stoke-on-Trent railway station).
Event-specific Stoke-on-Trent City Council car parks are available on the day, priced at £7 per vehicle, in Stoke town centre at the Civic Centre building, Swift House, Swann House, Wharf Place and Booth Street.
There are also a number of Pay & Display public car parks being used for this operation, and people are advised to follow signs for the City Centre (Hanley) or Stoke town centre dependent on their chosen area.
Car Parks in the City Centre include the Multi-Stories at John Street and Meigh Street, as well as other sites at Birch Terrace, Broad Street, Clementsons Mill, Hinde Street, Hope Street, Lower Huntbach Street, Upper Huntbach Street, Pall Mall and St Ann Street.
Opening hours, prices and locations can be found HERE.
Additional Pay & Display public car parks are also available in Stoke town centre, near to the Railway Station and the Glebe Street pick-up point.
These are situated in Aquinas Street, Copeland Street, Elenora Street, Hide Street, Kingsway, South Wolfe Street, Spark Street and Vale Street, with further details available HERE.
Stewards will be on hand at all sites directing people to the shuttle buses and answering any other questions that people may have.
Standard charges still apply to ALL Pay & Display car parks, with people required to pay at the meter and advised to make a note of the name and closing time of their designated car park.
To download the shuttle bus timetable PDF, click HERE.
*Car park spaces on sites at the Britannia Stadium can be purchased on the day, priced £10 each.