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Date posted 06 Sep 2021

Wireless Festival

10th — 12th September 2021 - Crystal Palace Park


Crystal Palace NSC remains open!


Wireless is one of London's most loved music festivals and will make its first appearance at the iconic Crystal Palace Park this September (10 – 12 September 2021)


Expect some local disruption during this Major Event, attracting up about 40,000 per day.

Traffic plans for Wireless Festival are made in conjunction with London Borough of Bromley and relevant local licencing authorities. Traffic routes will be managed by Offsite Traffic Co-ordinators and marshalled by an experienced traffic management company accordingly.

Disruptions will be kept to a minimum for centre users

Please allow extra time for travel if you will be attending Crystal Palace National Sports Centre for any centre based activities.

In order to minimise attendees parking in the local area and maintain resident and business parking, traffic management measures will be in place on the 10th -12th September. Car parking will be available for the centre users at Crystal Palace NSC.

There will be a number road closures in place each day and night that will be accessible for centre users by providing booking confirmation for centre based activities.

Please note the centre opening times throughout the Wireless Festival Weekend:

Friday 10th September 6.30am–8.00pm

Saturday 11th September 8.30am-5.00pm

Sunday 12th Sunday 8.30-5.00pm

Community Info: https://wirelessfestival.co.uk/community-information/

For a list of these closures and details of the traffic management plan: https://wirelessfestival.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2021/08/Wireless-Festival-Road-Closures-Website.pdf

Wireless Festival has a dedicated community team managing the events. You can contact via email on cp.residents@festivalrepublic.com or call the Community Hotline: Build & Break: 07940 499 510

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