From 23-26 July, thousands of creative minds will come together for a celebration of freedom, as Secret Garden Party returns to Cambridgeshire. If you’re heading down to the alfresco celebration and you’re yet to make travel plans, let Big Green Coach take the stress out of getting there.

Official and Exclusive Ticket + Travel partner to Secret Garden Party 2015, Big Green Coach is picking up from 36 locations, with prices starting at just £20 return (plus fees). Whatever your departure location, all coaches are scheduled to arrive before the music starts on Thursday 23 July and depart once the fun is over on Monday 27 July. There are also two special services from London and Bristol that leave on Friday 24 July if you can’t travel down on day one but either way, it will be the largest coach network that Secret Garden Party has ever seen.

Founded on participation, the festival is a four-day event that takes creative minds away from cities and schedules, brands and boundaries. The temporary community is friendly and welcoming, and aims to let you connect your creative powers, explore your wildest fantasies and meet thousands of people who all want to meet you. It is a festival of the arts… where everyone is the artist. The line-up, so far, includes Jungle, Caravan Place, Kate Tempest, Marika Hackman, Jack Garratt, Flyte, Iyes, Jagaara, Elder Island, Menace Beach, The Mouse Outfit, Joe Driscoll & Sekou Kouyate, Broken Brass Band, John Langham Band Gypsies of Bohemia, Stuff, Hermigerville, Smokey Joe & The Kid, Chris Tofy, Wrongtom, and Parker, with more still to be added.

All Big Green Coaches will drop fans to the Official festival coach park, outside the main festival entrance, and as exclusive coach provider nobody can get you closer. What’s more, in line with Secret Garden Party’s love of the environment, for every person who travels by Big Green Coach the company sponsors and protects five square feet of Amazonian Rainforest for 10 years. In partnership with charity Cool Earth, the company has already protected 800,000 square feet – equivalent to 10 Wembley Stadiums – and has an overall target of protecting three million square feet in five years. It’s also a much safer option for travelling after a heavy weekend celebrating at the festival. With audience travel emissions to music venues being the single biggest contributor to the music industry’s environmental impact, accounting for a huge 68% of the festival sector’s total emissions, fans are becoming more savvy about their method of transport.

To book tickets and travel to Secret Garden Party 2015, visit

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