PRACTICAL INFO

ACCESS
Visitors can arrive at the venue by train, bus, personal vehicle or via soft mobility.

ACCESS VIA PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION
Visitors can take the train to the Bulle station, which runs every 30 minutes on the national rail network.

Visitors can then take a bus to the festival venue. The “Gordon Bennett 2017” bus stop is the closest stop to the event venue. It is accessible via the 260 Bulle – Charmey (Gruyère) –Jaun – Boltigen bus line. The Line 1 route of Mobul La Tour-de-Trême – Riaz will also be extended to include the “Gordon Bennett 2017” stop during the event.

For the duration of the event, the route of Mobul bus line 1 will shuttle between the Bulle train station and the Gruyères airfield every half hour. The bus line will access the festival’s venue at the following times:
• Friday, September 8, 2017: from 8 a.m. to 11 p.m.
• Friday, September 8, 2017: from 8 a.m. to 11 p.m.
• Sunday, September 10, 2017: from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

The venue is also accessible by train by getting off at Broc-Village and then continuing on foot (around 1.5 km).

Frimobil Zone 30 also operates in the sector. Tickets can be purchased via the usual channels: automatic ticket distributors, “873” text message tickets and the Fairtiq application.

For more information about train and bus schedules, visitors may log on to tpf.ch/recherche-itineraire.

VISITOR ACCESS VIA PERSONAL VEHICLE

The venue can be accessed by A12 and H189 as well as a number of cantonal roads.
For visitors using their own vehicle, parking is available adjacent to the festival venue.

For persons with reduced mobility, reserved parking is available in close proximity to the entrance of the venue. Parking reserved for the media and VIPs is also near the entrance.

Parking for bicycles and motorcycles has also been provided.

Parking costs CHF 5 per vehicle per day. Visitors are asked to pay parking costs directly at the entrance of the parking area. To save time, be sure to have the exact cash amount for payment.