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Getting Here

Travel information for fans attending BEYONCÉ RENAISSANCE WORLD TOUR on Monday 29 May, Tuesday 30 May, Thursday 1 June, Saturday 3 June and Sunday 4 June.


Tottenham Hotspur Stadium is highly accessible by public transport.

The four stations serving the stadium provide London Underground, London Overground and Greater Anglia services. There are numerous TfL buses and the event day shuttle buses connecting the stadium with other stations and services. Cycling, parking, walking routes and coach parks are all clearly signposted. Stewards will also be on hand to answer any questions.

Please familiarise yourself with the transport information below to help you make informed travel choices for the event and consider the following when planning your journey:

  • Driving is not advised. A large Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ) is in operation and the roads surrounding the stadium are generally closed before, during and immediately after an event.
  • Arrive early and stay after the match to take advantage of the wide range of food outlets, bars and entertainment within the stadium.

Saturday 3 June: Industrial Action

Please note that on Saturday 3 June, industrial action is expected to take place on rail services across the country, including Greater Anglia services.

As a result, Northumberland Park station is expected to be closed and services via Tottenham Hale may be significantly reduced prior to the concert. No Great Northern train services will operate by way of Alexandra Palace and Finsbury Park.

After the concert there may be no Greater Anglia services operating from Tottenham Hale.

Fans are advised to use alternative routes and plan their journey in advance.

Operating train services will be shown on closer to the event date.

On Saturday 3 June the Victoria line Night Tube service will operate after midnight with a train into Central London every 10 minutes throughout the night.

Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
748 High Road

Travel Advice

Keeping you informed

Once you’re in the stadium, we shall endeavour to keep all guests updated with live transport information so that you can plan your journey home after the event.

With nearly 1,800 screens throughout the stadium, as well as a state-of-the-art sound system, we’ll ensure that you do not miss any key information regarding public transport.

Please note Industrial action is expected to take place on rail services across the country on Saturday 3 June. Operating train services will be shown on closer to the event date.

Travelling through London Bridge

Take the Thameslink service from London Bridge to Finsbury Park and change onto Great Northern services to Alexandra Palace - then take the Shuttle Bus to the stadium. 

Travelling on the Piccadilly line

If travelling from Earl’s Court and other west London locations, your journey will be less crowded if you stay on the Piccadilly line to Wood Green and take the Shuttle Bus to the stadium. Please note, track closures are in place between Acton Town and Heathrow Airport on Monday 29 May and between Hyde Park Corner and Acton Town on Saturday 3 June and Sunday 4 June.

Travelling through Victoria

Take the Victoria line to Seven Sisters or Tottenham Hale, then take a bus to the stadium or walk.

Please note that to prevent over-crowding, there will normally be a pedestrian diversion route in operation (which exits the station) when you change from the Victoria line onto London Overground services at Seven Sisters. If you wish to take the Overground to White Hart Lane, you are advised to board at Liverpool Street.

Travelling through Waterloo

Take the Northern line to Euston and then use the Victoria line as above.

Travelling through Paddington or Marylebone

Consider taking the Elizabeth line from Paddington to Liverpool Street for trains to Northumberland Park or White Hart Lane.

Alternatively, you could take the Metropolitan line to Kings Cross and use the Victoria line to Tottenham Hale or Seven Sisters. (If you are travelling through Marylebone you will need to walk to Baker Street to access the Circle and Metropolitan lines). Alternatively, take the Elizabeth line from Paddington to Liverpool Street for trains to Northumberland Park or White Hart Lane.

Travelling through Euston or Kings Cross St Pancras

An alternative to using the Victoria line is to take the Circle or Metropolitan lines to Liverpool Street for trains to Northumberland Park or White Hart Lane.

Travelling through Liverpool Street

Use London Overground for direct trains to White Hart Lane, or Greater Anglia for direct trains to Northumberland Park.

Travelling through Stratford

Take a direct Greater Anglia train to Northumberland Park.

Travelling through Fenchurch Street

Walk to Liverpool Street for trains to Northumberland Park or White Hart Lane.


The stadium is served by four train stations:

  1. White Hart Lane (London Overground): approx. 5 mins walk to the stadium - that’s more or less 500 steps for those of you with fitness apps
  2. Northumberland Park (Abellio Greater Anglia services): approx. 10 mins walk to the stadium and about 1,000 steps.
  3. Tottenham Hale (Victoria line and Abellio Greater Anglia services): approx. 25 mins walk to the stadium and roughly 2,500 steps.
  4. Seven Sisters (Victoria line and London Overground): approx. 30 mins walk to the stadium and around 3,000 steps.

Please refer to the stadium transport guide map to see travel distances and average station queue times.

Please note Industrial action is expected to take place on rail services across the country on Saturday 3 June. Operating train services will be shown on closer to the event date.

The following train companies will be on strike: Avanti West Coast; Chiltern Railways; CrossCountry; East Midlands Railway; Great Western Railway; Greater Anglia; GTR Great Northern Thameslink; London North Eastern Railway; Northern Trains; Southeastern; Southern/Gatwick Express; South Western Railway depot drivers; SWR Island Line; TransPennine Express; and West Midlands Trains.

Please note on Saturday 3 June, the last trains from the Tottenham area will depart from White Hart Lane station

From Station to Stadium

We have installed 'Legible London'-style on-street wayfinding signage in our famous Club colours from all four train stations to the stadium, in conjunction with innovative on-site digital stadium signage.

Please refer to the digital wayfinding signs as you leave the stadium and follow our wayfinding signs on street to your chosen station.

Please plan your walking route back to the stations as access routes into the stations are normally different due to post-match queue management arrangements. Please wait patiently and listen to the advice of stewards and station staff.

Please note that the Victoria line is especially busy on matchdays. Your journey may be less crowded if you can avoid the Victoria line. Travel as early as possible before kick-off and try to avoid peak times if you can.

We strongly discourage fans from using Silver Street and Bruce Grove stations as they have limited capacity. At Bruce Grove you will also find it extremely difficult to board a train immediately after a match if you are travelling southbound.

We encourage spectators to make use of the full length of the platform at each station. Moving down the length of the platform will speed up the loading of the trains and decrease the waiting times for your fellow spectators.

Travelling from Stansted Airport?

Follow this link to for details of the Stansted Express service from Stansted Airport into Tottenham Hale.

Road Closures

Please note that some roads closest to the stadium will be closed before, during and immediately after the event to make it safe for spectators, local residents and businesses and to ensure emergency services can access the area.

A number of side roads around the stadium are closed to general traffic access, from 4.30pm until one hour after the end of the event. No vehicles other than emergency services and local residents/businesses or vehicles with the necessary permits are allowed to access the road closure zone.

Please check the road closure maps for more information.

Love Lane and Whitehall Street also have all parking bays suspended on an event day and are closed for up to one and half hours after an event to cater for queues at White Hart Lane station.

For one to two hours after an event, Leeside Road is one-way eastbound and Willoughby Lane is one-way northbound, from its junction with Willoughby Park Road.

Event day parking controls operate within this area.

For more detailed information on how the road closures work, take a look at the maps below.

Road Closure Maps

Road Closure Map - Pre Event → Pre-event (8am-5pm)

Road Closure Map - Phase 1 → Two hours before the event (5pm-7pm)

Road Closure Map - Phase 2 → One hour prior to the start of the event and up to 15 minutes after (7pm-8.15pm)

Road Closure Map - Phase 3 → During the event (8.15pm-10.15pm)

Road Closure Map - Phase 4 → 15 minutes prior and up to one hour post-event finish time (10.15pm)

Shuttle Bus Services

The stadium currently provides a free pre-booked shuttle bus service, which is accessible and available for all fans.  This service provides a high capacity, high frequency service between the stadium and Alexandra Palace (Great Northern Services) and Wood Green (Piccadilly Line) stations.

The Alexandra Palace and Wood Green shuttle services operate from 3.30pm and for two hours after the event. However, you are not advised to catch any service less than 50 minutes before your planned arrival time to allow for the travel time and security checks at the stadium.

Although the service is free for all fans, you will need to register via the link below before booking and present your e-ticket to bus staff before entry onto a shuttle service.

Pre-book tickets →

Service Details

Alexandra Palace Station (Great Northern Services)

Before the event, shuttle buses pick-up from Station Road (opposite the station entrance) and drop-off outside Haringey Sixth Form College – a five-minute walk from the stadium. This journey is then reversed after the event.

Wood Green Station (Piccadilly line services)

Before the event, shuttle buses pick-up on the High Road (opposite the bus garage) from the existing rail replacement stop just 60m from the station and also drop-off at White Hart Lane, outside Haringey Sixth Form College. After the event, the buses will drop fans outside the Green Rooms Hotel opposite Wood Green Station.

Shuttle bus services may not operate if Alexandra Palace and Wood Green stations are not open. Please check the booking website before beginning your journey.


Coach travel is available from Big Green Coach. Coach services run from the following locations:

Birmingham, Bournemouth, Chelmsford, Colchester, Coventry, Ipswich, Milton Keynes, Norwich and Southampton.

View available options from Big Green Coach →

Coach Parking

Coach parking can be booked in advance. Coaches will park in Zone A, B and C, which are all less than a 10-minute walk from the stadium.

Coach Parking Map → (this map shows where coaches will park in the local area)

Private Coach Parking

Book coach parking for all dates of the Beyonce residency using the links below:

Monday 29 May →

Tuesday 30 May →

Thursday 1 June →

Saturday 3 June →

Sunday 4 June →


The stadium is well-served by TfL buses, albeit with some services diverted during the road closure period.

Bus diversions will be minimised, so they are back operating on the High Road as soon as possible after the event.

Before and during the event, services that normally run up and down the High Road (149, 259, 279 and 349) are diverted to the east of the stadium at Lansdowne Road, re-joining the High Road at the Northumberland Park junction.

View Road Closures →

Download TfL buses map → (this map shows all the TfL bus stops around the stadium)

Download buses from Tottenham Hotspur Stadium →


If you’re feeling fit then why not cycle?

We encourage spectators to cycle to Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. There is ample cycle parking around the stadium and at the Tottenham Community Sports Centre on the High Road.

Cycle Superhighway 1 begins on Church Road immediately opposite the stadium and runs to Liverpool Street station.

There is both on-street and off-street cycle parking provided in the local area around the stadium. Please see the cycle map for the locations.

Cycling equipment such as puncture kits and removable seats will be allowed into the stadium. Helmets (but not those with a full mask attached) will also be permitted.

Download cycling superhighway route map → Cycling superhighway route map shows the route from Liverpool Street to Tottenham.

Download Cycle Parking Map → Cycle Parking Map shows where cyclists can park their bicycles in Tottenham.

Taxis and Private Hire

Getting a taxi? Event day road closures prevent spectators from being dropped-off or picked-up close to the stadium. If you need to use a taxi or private hire vehicle, we recommend you are dropped-off and / or picked-up at least a 10-minute walk (0.5m) away from the stadium.

View Road Closures →

Car Parking

There is no parking available for general admission fans at the stadium.

The road closures also mean that, if you choose to travel by car, you will not be able to exit any car parking facility within the road closure area for one hour after the event finishes.

Therefore, in most cases, we discourage fans from driving to the stadium, so please explore your public transport options before travelling.

Accessible Parking and Transport Information

Accessible parking for Beyoncé at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium must be booked directly through Ticketmaster, who are managing accessible tickets for this event.

Please be advised that if you have booked accessible parking, you will need to present your concert ticket on entry to the stadium and display both your parking ticket and Blue Badge.

Pre-booked Car Parking

Limited parking for Blue Badge Holders is available for all five dates and can be booked using the links below.

Book Blue Badge parking for:

Monday 29 May →

Tuesday 30 May →

Thursday 1 June →

Saturday 3 June →

Sunday 4 June →

Stadium Car Parks 

There are 36 enlarged accessible parking spaces in the stadium’s basement, all of which are accessible via Worcester Avenue on an event day.

Please note that when parking at the Tottenham Hotspur Official Stadium Car Park, you are required to arrive no later than 6.30pm. Also, post-event, you will be required to wait for up to one hour before being able to exit. These restrictions are in place due to event day road closures in the surrounding area.

All cars will be security screened before they enter the car park. Please allow extra time for this process.

For all car parks, please have your car park e-ticket ready for inspection as you approach the stadium as your e-ticket will be scanned on entry.

Once a car is admitted and parked in the stadium, we are unable to allow fans to exit or re-enter the car park until the event has concluded – this is due to security operations and crowd flows outside the stadium.

If you wish to visit the Ticket Office or Tottenham Experience, we recommend you park in the Sainsbury’s Car Park on Northumberland Park before proceeding to the stadium basement car park no later than 6.30pm.

The Stadium car park’s height restriction is 2.1m. If your vehicle is higher than this, you will need to park in Duke’s Academy, where the height restriction is 2.6m. See details below.

Duke’s Academy - (Oversized Vehicles)

Any owners of oversized vehicles are encouraged to email to request a space at the nearby Duke’s Academy. Spaces will be allocated on a first come first served basis.

Please note, this car park will need to be accessed no later than 6.30pm and you will be unable to exit until at least an hour after the event finishes.

Blue Badge Parking within the Controlled Parking Zones

Fans with Blue Badges can park within the Major Event Day CPZ, in line with the terms and conditions of the Blue Badge Scheme. However:

  • Please be mindful that you might be parking in residential roads, so please be considerate of our neighbours.
  • Please note that fans with Blue Badges are not permitted to park in Homes for Haringey (HfH) estate car parks. A resident parking permit and a Blue Badge is required in order to park on any HfH estate. Anyone parking without the valid permits would receive a fine or your car could be towed away.
  • Please avoid parking on yellow lines as this could affect pre and post-event traffic flows and various post-event crowd control operations.
  • Fans with Blue Badges can park outside the Traffic Management (road closure) Zone without any time restriction (in line with the Blue Badge scheme terms and conditions) but may have a longer distance to travel to and from the stadium.

For further assistance, please contact

Controlled Parking Zone Map →

Public Transport 

The stadium is accessible by four local train stations - White Hart Lane, Seven Sisters, Tottenham Hale and Northumberland Park.

White Hart Lane and Northumberland Park stations both have step-free access. Tottenham Hale has step-free access to the Victoria line and Greater Anglia platforms.

The majority of routes from the stations to the stadium are wheelchair friendly. Wayfinding signage has also been installed on major routes from all stations.

White Hart Lane station is generally the busiest transport hub, especially in the two hours before the headline act begins.

The Alexandra Palace and Wood Green shuttle bus services are fully accessible for wheelchair users, although it should be noted that the stations that they serve are not.

All TfL buses are fully accessible. The East Bus Diversion route facilitates more localised running of TfL buses on event days. This means the 149, 259, 279 and 39 services follow a much shorter diversion east along Lansdowne Road, Shelbourne Road and Northumberland Park before re-joining the High Road adjacent to Sainsbury’s.

View Road Closures →