Coldplay concerts and mobility: how to get to the King Baudouin stadium?

The Coldplay concerts begin tonight at the King Baudouin stadium. 220,000 people are expected this August 5, 6, 8 and 9. And as always, during these major events, mobility sometimes becomes very difficult around the stadium.

Some fans are already there this Friday noon, but what if we arrive later?

The group, which has announced an eco-responsible tour, invites its fans to join them by public transport. A surprise message from Chris Martins will also be broadcast from 4 p.m. in the various STIB stations.

The tickets are combined with the Brussels transport company. Each ticket holder received an Event Pass code which allows them to withdraw a free round-trip ticket from an ATM to travel on the network on the day of the concert. The transport offer has also been adapted and reinforced for the occasion: metro line 6, tram 3, 7 and 9, bus 83. It is also possible to park your bike in a secure car park.

Solutions also for cars

So how do you avoid chaos for those who can’t help but come by car? Carpooling, of course, in order to reduce the automobile impact. There are also car parks located on the outskirts, which then makes it possible to take the metro or bicycle. The botanical park in Meise, the Basilix or the Domaine des Trois Fontaines in Vilvoorde.

Finally, there is parking C around the stadium, which can even be pre-booked on the Brussels Expo site.

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