Fusion Festival 2014 Overview
Fusion Festival returns to Birmingham’s Crofton Park and they advise that you “GET READY FOR A PARTY YOU’LL NEVER FORGET!”
At Fusion Festival you can see the biggest and the best acts from all across the globe performing on one almighty stage at Cofton Park, Birmingham. More than 16 of the biggest acts around will be taking the stage across the weekend to bring you the experience of a lifetime and raise money for the youth charity, The Princes Trust.
Ticket prices (from): General Admission - £30 Per Day / £50 Weekend Ticket
Gold Circle (Reserved Area At Front Of Stage) - £45 Per Day / £80 Weekend Ticket
Family Day Standard (2 X Adults & 2 X Children [Age 5-16]) – £100 Per Day
Fusion Festival 2014 Event Info
Camping: No camping at this event – check out our ‘Hotels’ tab for other options.
Opening Times: Gates open at noon for all ticket holders. Festival times 2.30pm until 10.00pm.
Disabilities: They have a viewing platform for 20 wheelchair users plus one carer each, these tickets are limited and need to be booked direct, please send an email to email@example.com
Fusion Festival 2014 Line Up
Fusion Festival 2014 Travel Info
They strongly advise against you travelling to the festival by car as parking is extremely limited. Public transport, both train and bus, provide excellent transport links to the festival site. Please consult your local operator for details. Road closures and parking restrictions will be in force throughout the surrounding area. No unauthorized parking will be permitted.
From North West, follow M6 South, M5 South to junction 4, then A38 East and follow event signage.
From North East, use M1 South, A42/M42, to junction 2, A441 North, and then follow event signage.
Vehicles from the East should aim to join the M42 Westbound, follow this to junction 2, then head North on the A441, and follow event signage from there.
From the south West, use M5 to junction 4, then follow route as above.
From South East, use either M1 or M40 to their junction with the M42, then follow as for public East. Due to the Birmingham City Centre tunnel closures, traffic heading towards the festival would be advised to follow the A38 SOUTH or A441 SOUTH.
Depending on point of departure, vehicles from the West and Wales should head for M5 Junction 4, and then follow event signage.
Cross City Line from Lichfield in the North and through Birmingham New Street to Longbridge Station, 0.9 miles from Cofton Park.
All routes from Birmingham – Route 47 terminates at Groveley Lane, Route 45 terminates at Longbridge, Route 98 stops on Lickey Road, Routes 49 and 49A stop at Longbridge. Route 63 stops at Longbridge A38.
Car park tickets are available, priced at £8 per day in advance, when purchasing your festival tickets. If space is still available, you may purchase a car park ticket on the weekend of the festival for £12 per day. Car parking is available only for advanced booking.
The official Fusion Festival car parks, well sign posted as you approach the festival site, are all located close to Longbridge train station, just a ten minute walk from the festival site.