BY BUS TCL
With TCL SYTRAL: partner of the festival, come to Woodstower with the bus line 83 which is extended from "Vaulx-en-Velin La Soie" towards the "Grand Parc Miribel Jonage".
Timetable of "line 83" extension
ONE WAY : VAULX EN VELIN LA SOIE >> GRAND PARC MIRIBEL
THU 30 AUG : until 10:00pm - every 20min
FRI 31 AUG : until 11:30pm - every 20min
SAT 1 SEPT : until 11:30pm - every 20min
SUN 2 SEPT : until 9pm - every 15min
RETURN : GRAND PARC MIRIBEL >> VAULX EN VELIN LA SOIE
THU 30 AUG : The TCL shuttles do not circulate for the return, Woodstower sets up private shuttles for your comfort.
Place of departure: Grand Parc Miribel Jonage
Drop-off place : Part-Dieu Station
Departures scheduled on 2 slots between 1am and 2am or between 2am and 3am depending on affluence. Buses will leave as soon as the shuttle is full, make sure to arrive early!
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FRIDAY NIGHT 31st AUG : 4:00am > 6:00am - every 20min
For friday night
SATURDAY NIGHT 1st SEPT : 4:00am > 6:00am - every 20min
SUN 2nd SEPT : 11:00am > 9:00pm - every 15min
By Colibri bus
For those who live or stay in Miribel and Plateau, Colibri buses will provide free shuttles on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays.
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BY BIKE with Pignon sur Rue
Woodstower and the association Pignon sur Rue offer every year grouped bike accompaniments to go to the festival altogether.
Info bike trips
The distance of the bike path from the Morand Bridge is 15 km. Count about 45mn to go. It is a flat route and pretty easy. In order to make the journey even more accessible, the course will be marked with visible and clearly identifiable signs. For the return during the night, equip yourself with good lighting (headlight or headlamp) because the journey is largely unlit. Each cyclist is under his own responsibility and the children are under the responsibility of their parents (children over 9 are welcome).
Follow A42 direction Genève (exit 4) Parc de Miribel Jonage
Rocade East (exit 5) Parc de Miribel Jonage.
Free car park
Woodstower has become, over time, an event accessible for disabled audiences, offering access and adapted to all.
- Parking reserved for people with reduced mobility
- Handibus set up from parking to the festival
- Ground access paths
- Adapted dry toilet cabin
- Bar and reception counters adapted to people in armchairs
- Sign language speaking bar
- Video in LSF explaining the festival
- Site plans with pictograms explaining the planned devices
- Free for accompanying persons
For several years, we have been working with the association AMAAC (Association of Mediation for Accessibility to Arts and Culture) through its program Access'Festival, which educates and accompanies this public throughout the festival.
- 1 information point during 4 days of the festival
- 67 people with reduced mobility welcomed on the latest edition
In 2019, the festival continues its efforts and consolidates its reception system for people with disabilities by strengthening access for all.
In 2018, in response to the growing demand Woodstower installed a podium dedicated to people with reduced mobility on the dance floor of the Main Stage, thus making the concerts more visible and accessible!
Camping is for free
At the edge of the lake, in the heart of the park, a large area is made for camping out in the shade of the trees ... Camping is free and accessible on presentation of your entry ticket : It is open from Thursday to Sunday. The free camping zone provides an area where you can settle your tent and set up a small cozy nest!
You can bring : tent, table, chairs, food (beware, it's hot in the day under the tents!), Drinks but in plastic bottles … You can not bring: glass bottles, stoves of any type (protected site and highly flammable), so-called dangerous objects (as for the concert site).
Attention, for camping you will have to show your festival ticket ! The bracelet can not be given to you if you do not present your festival ticket.