Blossoms announce special affordable bus service for Wythenshawe Park gig

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Danny Jones Danny Jones - 7th June 2024

Stockport indie stars Blossoms have announced a special affordable bus service to help get fans to and from their own massive Wythenshawe Park gig this summer.

And in typical Blossoms fashion, they did it with a funny little video starring none other than themselves.

Announcing the limited bus service exclusively for their massive day-long mini-festival at Wythenshawe Park, following in the footsteps of Noel Gallagher who debuted the field as the latest live music venue last year, the Blossoms boys are helping natives from their hometown keep travel arrangements simple.

Working in partnership with the Bee Network, the dedicated service will run exclusively from the recently opened Stockport Interchange and take fans all the way to the Moor Road stop outside Wythenshawe Park, with buses running all the way up until the early hours.

As lead guitarist Josh Dewhurst and piano player Myles Kellock explain in the comical clip, the bright yellow buses will run from Stockport Interchange to the venue at least every six minutes from 4-8pm on the day of the gig.


As for the trip back, the same six-minute service will be taking giggoers from Moor Road back to Stockport town centre between 10pm and 1am. Better still, the journey is a short but sweet 20 minutes.

As the bus driver says (no, he’s not fully qualified), tickets will cost you just £3 for a single or £6 for a return, and they’re also pay-as-you-board meaning there’s no need to panic over pre-booking.


If you’re a Blossoms fan it’s about to be the best and most stress-free bank holiday weekend you could have possibly hoped for.

What a lineup.

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With two new singles out, the new record Gary (best album name ever) now announced and a music video featuring Sean Dyche that we simply cannot stop watching, 2024 really is shaping up to be the year of the Blossoms.

Better yet, with a full day of music featuring other big names like Inhaler, Shed Seven, The K’s and more, anyone going along to their landmark Wythenshawe show is in for a massive music moment they’ll remember for years to come.


You can still try and grab tickets HERE.

The Stopfordians aren’t the only ones playing the park this year either, as another iconic Manc name is set to grace the grass with their presence.

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Featured Images — Blossoms (supplied)