Travel information for fans attending the Beyonce concerts at …

Fans attending the Beyonce concerts at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on Bank Holiday Monday, Tuesday 30 May, Wednesday 1 June, Saturday 3 June and Sunday 4 June are asked to take note of the following travel information...

Please note industrial action is expected to take place on rail services across the country on Saturday 3 June. Operating train services will be shown on[1] closer to the event date. London Overground services are not affected by the industrial action.

Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

Tottenham Hotspur Stadium is highly accessible by public transport:

  • It is served by four stations:White Hart Lane, Northumberland Park, Tottenham Hale and Seven Sisters
  • These provide access to London Overground, London Underground, Greater Anglia services and numerous TfL buses
  • Free high-capacity shuttle bus services to and from the Piccadilly line at Wood Green and Great Northern services at Alexandra Palace connect the stadium with other nearby stations and train services

There is ample cycle parking around the stadium. Walking routes to and from the stadium to stations and coach parks are all clearly signposted. Stewards will also be on hand to answer any questions.

Wherever fans are travelling from, particularly if they have never been to Tottenham Hotspur Stadium before, we recommend using this detailed travel advice[2] with the information below to plan their journey in advance. It includes:


Information on the location and distances from the stadium to each of the four stations serving the area can be found here.[3]

Fans that are attending the Saturday concert are advised to alight at Tottenham Hale if using Greater Anglia services. This is due to Northumberland Park being closed as part of the Industrial Strike Action.

Track closures

The Greater Anglia service is disrupted between Cambridge and Audley End with a Replacement Bus Service operating between the two stations.

Fans should be advised of disruption on the following lines on Saturday 3 June and Sunday 4 June:

  • The Piccadilly line is closed between Hyde Park Corner and Acton
  • The District line is closed between Earl’s Court and Ealing Broadway
  • Docklands Light Railway is closed between Prince Regent and Beckton

Click the links below to view the full ABELLIO GREAT ANGLIA timetable for each day of the Beyonce concerts…

Monday 29 MayTuesday 30 MayThursday 1 June - to follow...Saturday 3 JuneSunday 4 June[4][5][6][7]

Click the links below to view the NORTHBOUND LONDON OVERGROUND timetable for each day of the Beyonce concerts…

Monday 29 MayTuesday 30 MayThursday 1 JuneSaturday 3 JuneSunday 4 June[8][9][10][11][12]

Click the links below to view the SOUTHBOUND LONDON OVERGROUND timetable for each day of the Beyonce concerts…

Monday 29 MayTuesday 30 MayThursday 1 JuneSaturday 3 JuneSunday 4 June[13][14][15][16][17]

Fans are advised that the Night Tube service will be in operation on Saturday 3 June:

  • Victoria line Night Tube service to Central London is in operation every 10 minutes
  • Central line Night Tube service via Liverpool Street is in operation every 10 minutes
  • Jubilee Line Night Tube service is in operation every 10 minutes
  • Northern Line Night Tube service is in operation every 10 minutes
  • Bakerloo Line Night Tube service is in operation every 10 minutes

All train services are shown on[18].

Shuttle Buses

Two Shuttle Bus services will be operating from Alexandra Palace (Great Northern Line) and Wood Green stations (Piccadilly Line) to the stadium.

The pick-up location for the shuttle bus service is at Haringey Sixth Form College which is a 10-minute walk from the stadium.

Great Northern services will operate four trains per hour in both directions throughout the day via Alexandra Palace. This service will not be in operation on Saturday 3 June.

CLICK HERE[19] to book your place on a Shuttle Bus…

Road closures

Please note, our major event day road closure measures will be in place.

CLICK HERE[20] for more details...

TFL Buses

Prior to the concert the W3 will follow its normal route but the 149, 259, 279 and 349 services will be diverted away from the High Road during the road closure period.

Post-event, the TfL bus services will return to normal operation as soon as possible after the local road closures are lifted. More information on road closures can be found below.

Maps of bus routes can be found here.[21]

TfL buses accept cashless payments only.


For fans wishing to cycle to the stadium, bike stands are available at Tottenham Community Sports Centre which is located on the High Road. Dedicated bicycle parking is also available on-street around the stadium.

Although our Bag Policy[22] still applies, stewards will be briefed regarding cyclists’ need to carry helmets, puncture kits and removable seats into the stadium.

Maps of the Cycling Superhighway route and cycle parking can be found here...[23]


More than half of event attendees are expected to depart the Tottenham area via the Victoria line. Queues can be expected at the High Road entrance to Seven Sisters station and at White Hart Lane station for southbound London Overground services. We advise fans departing Tottenham to travel via Tottenham Hale for the Victoria Line service to Central London.

Queue management systems will be in place at all stations. Fans are asked to respect and work with staff at our stations.


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