Elton John at Swansea.com Stadium | Concert-goers urged to plan their travel in advance

25th June 2022
Elton John plan your visit

Swansea City are excited to welcome Sir Elton John to the Swansea.com Stadium on Wednesday (June 29).

With a large crowd expected, we are issuing an urgent appeal to concert-goers to seriously consider their travel requirements for the event and plan their journey accordingly.

All on-site parking has now SOLD OUT, and with limited parking options within the immediate local area of the Swansea.com Stadium, concert-goers should review the options available to them and organise in advance of the event.

In addition to the above, concert-goers should review road closures in place on the day of the event. There is more information on these below.

Concert-goers who are planning to be dropped off/picked up within the local area should also see below for details on where to safely do this.

Important notice

We would like to remind concert-goers that anyone wishing to book any of the options below for parking and travel will need to set up an online account first. The quickest and easiest way to do that is HERE.


Due to high demand, there is a park and ride service in operation for this event. The overspill car park at Fabian Way Park and Ride site is available for pre-booked parking only. There is a limited amount of parking currently available which is selling quickly, and we highly advise booking early to avoid disappointment. This is charged at £15 per vehicle.

For clarity, this car park is to the left hand side of the roundabout, on the Park and Ride site on Fabian Way (SA1 8PA).   

Tickets for this car park can be pre-booked online through the Swansea City ticketing site by clicking HERE

Please note the first coach will depart the park and ride site at 4.15pm and will operate regularly. 

Pre-booking for this service is urged as we cannot guarantee if spaces will be available on the day. 


Parking is also available at Swansea High Street multi-storey car park (SA1 1NU), and is a 25 minute walk to the stadium. This car park holds over 700 spaces at a cost of £2.

We advise concert-goers to exit the car park via the rear on New Cut Road (A483), and from there use Morfa Road, which will take you all the way to the Swansea.com Stadium.   

There is also an option for concert-goers using this car park, to take advantage of the Turners return coach shuttle service. This coach service will pick concert-goers up from High Street outside Swansea Railway station and drop them at the stadium at a cost of £5 per head. The shuttle service will pick up concert-goers on conclusion of the event within the stadium vicinity.

Please read the below section on Official Coach Travel for more information on this service HERE.

Please note it is essential to pre-book the shuttle service if required as you will be unable to pay on the day.


There are train services available post-concert from Swansea train station, located on the High Street in Swansea City centre (SA1 1NU). The train station is approximately a 25-minute walk to the Swansea.com stadium, or alternatively guests can take advantage of the pre-bookable shuttle service on offer. Please read below for details on the services or visit the National Rail website HERE to plan your travel.

Eastern direction

There is a direct service from Swansea train station at 11.10pm. This train will stop at Neath, Port Talbot Parkway, Bridgend and Cardiff Central. 

Western direction

There is a service from Swansea train station at 10.40pm. This train will stop Gowerton, Llanelli, Pembrey & Burry Port, Kidwelly, Ferryside and Carmarthen.

Shuttle service

There is a handy return shuttle service available, which will take concert-goers to the stadium from the train station, and vice versa, on conclusion of the concert. This service is charged at £5 per head and is only available to pre-book in advance. There is no way to pay for this service on the day, so we urge concert-goers to book this in advance, through the Swansea City ticketing site HERE.

This service will operate between the hours of 4.30pm and 7pm and then again from 10pm until 11.30pm.

Please note the coaches in use on this service are not wheelchair accessible. For additional support on travel options, please email accessibility@swanseacity.com at your earliest convenience.


Please visit the First Cymru website HERE to plan your bus travel.

There is a very limited bus service available post-concert. The 4A service with First Cymru stops on Neath Road, across from the Swansea.com Stadium at 11.02pm, stopping at 4 stops in the Morriston area before terminating at Morriston Hospital. The bus timetable for this service is available to view HERE.

Coach travel is available, with options provided below.


Swansea City has worked with Turners Coachways to provide coach services on the evening of the concert.

The coaches to the stadium will depart from the below stations:

1. Port Talbot bus station
2. Llanelli bus station
3. Neath railway station (Windsor Road)

The Port Talbot and Llanelli routes will depart from their respective station at 5pm, with the Neath route departing at 5.45pm.

All of the above routes will return at 10.30pm to their respective stations, at a cost of £15 per seat.

In addition to these services, Turners will also operate a shuttle bus service from Swansea train station on High Street, between the hours of 4.30pm and 7pm, and then again from 10pm until 11.30pm. The cost of this service is £5 per seat. Please note as it currently stands, there are no train services departing Swansea after the concert. 

Anyone wishing to use this service must pre-book their travel in advance and guests will receive a print at home ticket, which must either be printed prior to using the coach service, or displayed on a smart phone.

Travel can be booked through the Swansea City ticket office by clicking HERE.


Morfa Retail Park will act as a pick up and drop off point, pre and post-concert. Post code: SA1 7BP.

Please note that this is strictly for pre-arranged transport (including any pre-booked taxis). 

Attendees should be aware that the retail site will shut at 11pm and car enforcement fines will be in place for any vehicles who do not adhere to the signposted restrictions.


There will be a small taxi rank located near the park and ride site in Landore for those who have not pre-booked.

All pre-booked taxis must collect guests from Morfa Retail Park.