Box Office and Wristband Collection will be operated from Woodside Ferry Village over the weekend. Festival doors open at 4pm on Friday 23rd and 1pm on Saturday 24th August. Headline performances run until midnight on both nights, with programming running into the early hours.
Trains run from Hamilton Square to Liverpool, West Kirby, New Brighton and Chester. Trains leave approximately every five minutes.
Future Yard Festival is open to all ages, but anyone under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult.
Food and drink will be available to purchase on site.
Card payment is available at all venues. However, if you prefer to use cash, please be advised there are limited ATMs in the area so you may wish to withdraw cash before travelling to the festival.
By public transport
Hamilton Square is the nearest train station to all three Future Yard venues and is just two stops (5 minutes) from Liverpool Central on the Wirral Line.
Hamilton Square station is a 5-minute walk from Birkenhead Town Hall, a 9-minute walk from Birkenhead Priory and a 10-minute walk from Bloom Building.
Woodside bus station – in front of Woodside Ferry terminal – is served by numerous bus routes from across Wirral, and is a 2-minute walk from Hamilton Square. Birkenhead bus station is served by frequent services running to and from Liverpool, and is a 10-minute walk from Hamilton Square.
The easiest way to get around the festival venues is by foot or by car/taxi.
For taxis, call Argyle Satellite on 0151 201 1111.
Hamilton Square Station is also served by a taxi rank.
The last train from Hamilton Square into Liverpool is typically at 23:51. Please check your route before travelling or download the Merseyrail app.
There are no parking facilities on site. However, nearby paid-for car parks include Hinson Street Car Park (CH41 5HZ), Bridge Street Car Park (CH41 1AT) and Elgin Way Car Park (CH41 1AH).