Getting to Deva Fest couldn’t be easier!
Deva Fest takes place at Chester Lakes, which is around three miles south of the famous City of Chester.
At the start and end of each of the three Deva Fest days our courtesy buses will travel to and from Chester Railway Station free of charge!
Chester station is connected to Liverpool, Manchester, North Wales, London, the Midlands and the North West with regular fast and direct services.
Chester Lakes is just moments away from Junction 38 of the A55 expressway. You are just 45 minutes by car from Manchester and Liverpool with Motorway and dual carriageway almost to our door and there is plenty of free parking on site.
Free Shuttle Bus from Chester Railway Station!
Leave the car at home and come and enjoy everything Deva Fest has to offer with our FREE shuttle buses from Chester Railway Station at the start and end of each day!!!
Our shuttle buses run from 20 minutes before the festival opens until 15 minutes after the advertised finishing time.
Friday – Shuttles depart from Chester Railway Station from 1640 until 1830 and return from 2130 until 2315
Saturday – Shuttles depart from Chester Railway Station from 1140 until 1500 and return from 2000 until 2315
Sunday – Shuttles depart from Chester Railway Station from 1140 until 1500 and return from 1900 until 2215
Journey time to the festival from the station is around 20 minutes depending on traffic conditions.
Our shuttle buses will be operated by Selwyns & their conditions of carriage apply.
Outside of operating times it is your responsibility to travel to or from the festival site.
There are two 80 seater buses operating. There is no set timetable operating this year and the buses will typically depart when full or when another bus is about to arrive.
We will do our best not to have you waiting too long to either get to the festival or take you back to the station, but there may be queues and a period of waiting time at certain times, especially at the end of the evening. If there are still people waiting when the last bus is supposed to have gone we have an arrangement with Selwyns that they will come back and operate more services if needed.
The bus will use stand S6 at Chester Station.
The bus stop at the venue will be clearly signed outside the festival field.
Directions from Manchester
Take the M56 West to junction 15 and then take the A55, signposted North Wales. Proceed to junction 38 of the A55 and take the 1st exit for A483 Wrexham. Get in to the right hand lane on leaving the roundabout and indicate right to take next set of traffic lights – just 200 metres. Proceed along Roughlyn Road for 1.5 miles, over one roundabout and a railway line and then take the next left turn. Deva Fest is now in your left 100 yards from the turning.
Directions from South
Take the M6 northbound and exit on to M54. Proceed on M54 and pick up the A5. Take the A5 to the junction with A483 and take A483 Wrexham. Proceed past Wrexham heading to Chester until just before the A55 junction where their is a left hand turn.
Proceed along Roughlyn Road for 1.5 miles, over a roundabout, and railway line, take the next left, Devafest is 100 metres on your left.
WHY NOT STAY?
Stay and play in the heart of the action with weekend tickets available for camping, caravans or camper vans.
Don’t fancy bringing your own tent? Our partners at Z.I.P. will erect a quality tent and you can even donate your bedding to our partners at Share Shop in Chester when the weekend is over.
Getting to Deva Fest couldn’t be easier……Trains are frequent from Liverpool, London and Manchester and we will again run a bus shuttle service at the start and end of each day to and from Chester Railway Station free of charge, or there will be plenty of free parking on site close to the festival area.
Chester Lakes is just minutes from the A55 North Wales Expressway for those travelling by car. See map on Find Us