Published on: Thursday, 25 May 2023
Last updated: Thursday, 25 May 2023
Greater Anglia has issued travel advice to help music fans attending Beyonce concerts at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
Beyoncé will be performing at the venue, near Northumberland Park rail station, from Monday 29 May until Sunday 4 June.
More trains and longer trains, with extra carriages, will stop at Northumberland Park for the concerts, to provide as much space for passengers as possible. Stations and trains are expected to be very busy.
Before the concerts passengers will need to be in the front seven coaches in order to alight at Northumberland Park. There will be additional members of staff helping people with their journeys.
Greater Anglia is also reminding customers not to travel by train to the concert on 3 June when industrial action is taking place, which will mean train services are severely reduced and disrupted.
There is also industrial action affecting services to varying extents on 31 May, 1 June and 2 June, so customers are advised to check before they travel for journeys on those days.
In addition, engineering works are taking place between Cambridge and Audley End on Monday 29 May, and again in the Cambridge area on Sunday 4 June, which means significant alterations to services on both dates, with longer journey times and bus replacement services in place for part of the journey.
Concert-goers are advised to visit Greater Anglia’s website at greateranglia.co.uk to plan their journeys.
Martin Moran, Greater Anglia’s Commercial, Customer Services and Train Presentation Director, said:
“We always want to support large local events where possible and make it as easy as possible for people to travel to by train.
“Due to engineering works and industrial actions on some days of these concerts, please plan ahead and check before you travel.
“To save time and beat the queues, passengers are advised to buy tickets online or via the Greater Anglia app before they travel.
“Our new trains are longer and have more seats. However, we would ask everyone to be patient while boarding as we are expecting higher than usual passenger numbers on these services.”