This Is Tomorrow Festival is held in the heart of Newcastle city centre. The address is Exhibition Park, Claremont Road, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE2 4PZ.
Big Green Coach is delighted to be the Official and exclusive coach partner to This is Tomorrow Festival 2021
Book your day return coach for each of the days from: Leeds, Manchester, Middlesbrough and York.
Special Saturday Service. We will be running an additional service from both Glasgow and Edinburgh on the Saturday only.
NO EXPENSIVE HOTELS
NO LEAVING EARLY TO CATCH THE LAST TRAIN
NO BEING DESIGNATED DRIVER
For booking info, click here.
We recommend you use the fantastic public transport system in Newcastle to get to This Is Tomorrow where possible. We have provided some useful information below to help you:
Nearest Metro stations:
Haymarket, approximately 11 minute walk
Jesmond, approximately 15 min walk
Monument, approximately 18 minute walk
St James, approximately 19 minute walk
The prices for public transport are as follows:
Metro ticket from Sunderland, £5.20 day ticket
Metro ticket from Whitley Bay/ The Coast, £5.20 day ticket
Arriva bus service, as little as 90p, student discount (with valid ID)
The nearest train station is Newcastle Central Station. There are regular trains from all major UK cities. You can take the Metro from Newcastle Central Station to Haymarket. Alternatively, it’s an approximately 28 minute walk to Exhibition Park from Central Station.
The nearest coach station is Newcastle National Express. The address is Churchill St, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 4EE. It is a 10 minute drive or 30 minute walk to Exhibition Park.
The nearest airport is Newcastle International Airport. The festival is held 6.6 miles away, 12 min drive or take the Metro from Newcastle International Airport to Haymarket.
Lucky enough to live nearby? Leave the car, it’s better for the environment, safer and cheaper if you get to us by foot.
Looking to cycle? Please beware, we do not allow bikes onsite. However, you can easily park them at Newcastle University’s cycle hubs and it’s right next door to us.
If you are driving, PLEASE consider car sharing and come in a full car! We want to protect the environment as much as well as we can.
There are many car parks within Newcastle city centre. However, we encourage you to use public transport, including buses, trains, Metro or walk or cycle to the festival to reduce our carbon footprint.