Direct Rail

If you’re travelling to a concert venue and want to find the best way to get to there by train then check out our guide. We provide information on how to get to all UK concert venues using the UK rail network.

Please choose your concert venue from the list below for further information

  • Trains to 02 Arena

    The O2 Arena is a multi-purpose indoor arena on the Greenwich Peninsula in London on the site that was formerly the Millennium Dome.

  • Trains to Alexandra Palace

    Alexandra Palace set in its own 7 acres which itself is surrounded by 196 acres of parkland and is an entertainment venue in an area of north London between Hornsey, Muswell Hill and Wood Green..

  • Trains to Bournemouth International Centre

    The Bournemouth International Centre was opened in 1984 as a multipurpose conference, entertainment, exhibition and leisure venue.

  • Trains to Bristol Carling Academy

    The Bristol Carling Academy (also referred to as the O2 Academy Bristol) caters for a wide range of music from clubbers wanting hip hop and deep house and from students wanting indie, rock and alternative.

  • Trains to Brixton Academy

    The O2 Academy Brixton is regarded as one of London's flagship music venues for both artists and music lovers.

  • Trains to Capital FM Arena Nottingham

    The Capital FM Arena Nottingham is the East Midland's principle entertainment venue.

  • Trains to Cliff Pavilion

    The Cliffs Pavilion is a live theatre in Southend-on-Sea in Essex, England.

  • Trains to Earls Court

    Earls Court is an exhibition, conference and events venue in London.

  • Trains to Edinburgh Corn Exchange

    A former Corn Exchange the venue offers a conference centre, banqueting suite, exhibition hall and world class music venue.

  • Trains to Hammersmith Apollo

    The Hammersmith Apollo (or the Eventim Apollo to use its correct name) is a major entertainment venue in Hammersmith, west London.

  • Trains to Jazz Cafe

    The Jazz Cafe was opened in December 1990 after being converted from the Camden Town Barclays Bank branch.

  • Trains to LG Arena

    The LG Arena is housed in the Birmingham NEC and promises an outstanding entertainment experience for artists and visitors alike.

  • Trains to London Roundhouse

    The Roundhouse began life in 1846 as a steam engine repair shed but now boasts an enviable heritage that is home to a bold and exciting programme of live music, theatre, dance, circus, installations and new media..

  • Trains to Norwich UEA

    The Norwich UEA is located on the campus of the University of East Anglia and is an all standing venue with a maximum capacity of 1,550 for gigs and slightly higher for club nights.

  • Trains to O2 Academy Liverpool

    The O2 Academy Liverpool (formerly known as the Carling Academy Liverpool) is a music venue in Liverpool.

  • Trains to O2 Academy Oxford

    The O2 Academy Oxford attracts a strong caliber of international touring artists due to its larger capacity in the City and technical capabilities.

  • Trains to O2 Apollo Manchester

    The O2 Apollo Manchester opened in 1938 and is regarded as one of the premier concert venues in England.

  • Trains to O2 Empire Shepherds Bush

    The O2 Shepherds Bush Empire has been a live entertainment venue for over 100 years and is a favourite with artists for its intimate feel.

  • Trains to O2 Glasgow Academy

    The O2 Academy Glasgow (formerly the Carling Academy Glasgow) is a music venue in the Gorbels area of Glasgow.

  • Trains to O2 Guildhall Southampton

    The O2 Guildhall Southampton is the former town hall of Southampton in Hampshire, England.

  • Trains to Phones 4U Arena Manchester

    The Phones 4U Arena Manchester is one of the busiest venues in the world and is the largest indoor arena in Europe.

  • Trains to Plymouth Pavilion

    The Plymouth Pavilion is the South West's leading entertainment, concert, leisure and conference venue.

  • Trains to Royal Albert Hall

    The Royal Albert Hall is located on the northern edge of South Kensington in London and is best known for hosting the annual summer proms concerts since 1941. depending on the configuration it has a capacity of up to 5,272 seats although this can be increased if standing areas are incorporated.

  • Trains to Royal Opera House

    The Royal Opera House is a major performing arts venue in Covent Garden, London.

  • Trains to Sheffield Motorpoint Arena

    The Motorpoint Arena Sheffield (formerly known as the Sheffield Arena and the Hallam FM Arena) is an arena in the city of Sheffield, England.

  • Trains to The Brighton Centre

    The Brighton Centre is the largest conference and exhibition centre in southern England and is regularly used for political conferences and is also a live music venue.

  • Trains to The Underworld

    The Underworld is located beneath The Worlds End Pub in Camden, London and hosts live music events and club nights.

  • Trains to Wembley Arena

    Wembley Arena is an indoor venue located in the London Borough of Brent.