Kew the Music 2013 - how to get here
Find out how to get here and which gate to use. We encourage the use of public transport on concert evenings as limited parking is available near the Kew the Music arena.
Booking fees apply
Which gate to use
- Entrance and exit for all ticket holders is via Victoria Gate or Lion Gate on Kew Road (A307).
- Access for disabled guests plus one additional carer from 5.45pm via Victoria Gate or Lion Gate.
- Please note that there is no public entrance or exit via Pavilion Gate.
Nearest underground stations
- Use the District line to Kew Gardens for entry at Victoria Gate or Richmond Station for Lion Gate.
- Check Transport for London for more detailed information.
Nearest overground train stations
- Kew Gardens (Overground) and Kew Bridge (SWT) for Victoria Gate
- Visit Transport for London for more detailed information.
- Number 65 bus runs between Kingston and Ealing
- Number 391 bus runs between Richmond and Fulham
- Visit Transport for London for alternative routes and more detailed information
- Bike park racks are available at Victoria Gate and Lion Gate. Please note owners leave bikes at their own risk.
- There is a designated drop-off/pick-up area between the Pavilion and Lion Gate, opposite Fitzwilliam Avenue.
- From here it is approximately 50m to Lion Gate, the nearest entry gate.
- This area will be coned off and will have signage to demarcate it.
Traffic restrictions do apply during the concerts, and local parking is extremely limited.
Kew cannot reserve spaces, so please allow time to park.
Kew the Music car parking operates at Old Deer Park
- Parking is available at The Old Deer Park, Richmond, TW9 2RA off the A316 Twickenham Road.
- This is currently free of charge from 6.30pm, but these charges are set by Richmond Council and may be subject to change.
- There are signs from the Old Deer Park car park to Lion Gate, which is 1.2km away and is the nearest entry gate. This is a public car park, so parking is first come, first served. Sat Nav: TW9 2RA.
Parking at Kew Gardens
- There are three marked disabled parking spaces on Kew Green, around 700 m from the nearest concert entrance at Victoria Gate. These are public spaces on the public highway and are available on a first come, first served basis.
- Local traffic restrictions apply during the concerts and local parking is extremely limited.
- Brentford Gate car park will be closed during Kew the Music.
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