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The Biggest Weekend

About The Biggest Weekend...

The Biggest Weekend, located across four nations, four cities and four days, will be the BBC’s biggest ever celebration of music across TV, radio, online and mobile. 

The event in Coventry has performances from Paloma Faith, Billy Ocean, UB40 featuring Ali, Astro & Mickey, Jamie Cullum, Snow Patrol, GoGo Penguin, MilošNigel Kennedy and Eliza Carthy & The Wayward Band, with many more acts, including the Sunday headliner still to be announced

Visit the BBC presents The Biggest Weekend website for more information. 

Paloma Faith

Paloma Faith



War Memorial Park

Located in the heart of the UK, Coventry is one of the most accessible cities in the country. 

The BBC Biggest Weekend is located at Coventry's War Memorial Park, a stunning place that is really easy to get to!

Walking to the Park. The park is a 20 minute walk from the city centre and 15 minutes from Coventry Railway Station.

Parking on-site. Premium parking on-site has limited availability on a first come, first served basis. Premium parking must be booked in advance, at a cost of £15 per vehicle.

Park & Ride. Drive your car to locations within a four mile radius to the park, with guaranteed secure parking and shuttle bus service direct to the event. £8 per vehicle parking fee. £5 per person return shuttle bus fee. This is an advance booking arrangement. Park & Ride is a great option with easy access from the motorway network. `

Information on how to purchase parking/park & ride tickets will be made available later this month. 

For information regarding disabled parking all details will be available on the BBC website. 

Rail. Rail services from London will be running as normal, however we are aware of planned works affecting services from Birmingham stations. Please check www.nationalrail.co.uk for the latest information. 

By bus. The park is serviced by several scheduled bus services, however as this is a bank holiday weekend please check online. Take a look and plan your journey.

Hotels. Take a look at our list of hotel accommodation with preferred rates especially for The Biggest Weekend. 



What to get up to whilst you're here

Coventry is the now the UK City of Culture 2021, so it goes without saying then that there will be so much to get up to whilst you're here. Keep checking back to see our suggestions on how to make your Biggest Weekend visit the best weekend visit. Take a look at the kind of things that are going on in Coventry right now.


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