A top ten city to visit in 2016

Getting to Freedom Festival is easy

We have the M62 corridor on our doorstep and a range of public transport options available, including easy access by sea and air.

Travel by Car: Hull and East Yorkshire is accessible from the UK’s motorway network, connecting with the M62, M1, A1, M180 and M18.

For all other information regarding train, coach, ferry and air travel, check out the Visit Hull and East Yorkshire site.

Road Closures:

  • Nelson Street – closed from now until midnight on Monday, September 5.
  • Wellington Street – closed from now until midnight on Sunday, September 4.
  • Humber Place – closed from 8am on Thursday to Sunday at midnight.
  • Queen Street from Humber Street – closed from 8am on Thursday to Sunday at midnight.
  • Humber Street – closed from 8am on Thursday to Sunday at midnight.
  • High Street from Liberty Lane – closed from 4pm on Friday to 9pm on Sunday.
  • Blackfriargate – closed from 4pm on Friday to 9pm on Sunday.
  • Wellington Street West – Closed on Friday from 8pm to 10pm.
  • Dagger Lane – closed from 4pm on Friday to 9pm on Sunday.
  • Princes Dock Street – closed from 4pm on Friday to 9pm on Sunday

Read more: http://www.hulldailymail.co.uk/planned-road-closures-for-hull-freedom-festival-2016/story-29671091-detail/story.html#ixzz4IzgPTGBT
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Park and Ride:

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Accessibility:

For visitors who require assistance with accessibility, please visit the info point on Queen Street for your wristband. With this you can gain entry to the stage viewing platforms and accessible toilets.

View the 2016 line up