Liverpool news Parking, road closures and getting to Anfield for The Eagles PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - The Eagles are performing in Liverpool as part of their 50th anniversary tour

Liverpool news Parking, road closures and getting to Anfield for The Eagles PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - The Eagles are performing in Liverpool as part of their 50th anniversary tour

Liverpool news  Parking, road closures and getting to Anfield for The Eagles PremierLeague-News.Com
19 June 2022 - 11:00

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! The Eagles will perform at Anfield on Monday night in front of thousands of fans. The band is celebrating its 50th anniversary with a UK and Ireland tour that also takes in Dublin, London and Edinburgh. The critically acclaimed show arrives in Liverpool on Monday, June 20 with the Eagles expected to perform a huge number of classics from their back catalogue, including Hotel California, One of These Nights, Life in the Fast Lane and many more. The Eagles have sold 150 million albums worldwide and scored six number one albums during their impressive career. The Anfield show brings an end to the stadium’s series of 2022 summer concerts, which also included Rolling Stones and Elton John. READ MORE:Liverpool's Jamie Webster to play Glastonbury in 'bucket list' gig Doors will open at 5pm, with support act Little Big Town on stage at 7pm. The Eagles will be on stage around 8.10pm. Here’s everything you need to know about getting to Anfield Stadium for Monday night’s concert. Getting to Anfield Stadium There's a number of ways to get to Anfield Stadium and it's best to plan your route in advance. If you're travelling by bus, there's express services taking passengers to and from Anfield and Liverpool city centre in around 15 minutes. The 917 express shuttle bus service operates from Commutation Row in the city centre from 3.30pm. You can find out more by clicking here. From the city centre, there's the 26 from Liverpool ONE bus station; 17 from Queen Square Bus Station or the 917 from Commutation Row, directly to the ground. The 68/168, which operates between Bootle and Aigburth, and the 14 and 19 (from Queen Square) stop a short walk away from the ground. From 4.30pm on show day, the Concert Bus will run from Sandhills Station, on the Merseyrail Northern Line, to Anfield. You can find out more by clicking here. If you're travelling from outside Liverpool by train, Lime Street station is two miles from Anfield. From 1.

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. There's also taxis available from Lime Street. If you're travelling by train within the Liverpool area, Merseyrail operates regular services across 67 stations throughout Merseyside. Passengers can get regular services into Liverpool from Ellesmere Port, Chester, West Kirby and New Brighton on the Wirral Line and Southport, Ormskirk, Kirkby and Hunts Cross on the Northern Line. Ticket holders can also take advantage of park and ride. Several Merseyrail stations have car parks - detailed here. Road closures There will be a number of road closures in operation. Walton Breck Road will be closed from 12pm – 12am (midnight). Anfield Road is a no through road due to LFC's Anfield Road stadium expansion. Bus diversions will be in place for local residents - all the latest information for residents can be found on LFC's local resident hub here. Parking at Anfield Stadium There is no car parking available at the stadium. If travelling by car, it's advised to use city centre car parks. An express shuttle bus service ( the 917 ) is available from Commutation Row to the Stadium and will operate 30 minutes before stadium gates open. There is limited disabled car parking available at Stanley Car Park, which must be pre-booked. Parking can be pre-booked by contacting LFC's disability team at disability@liverpoolfc.com. There are disabled drop off and pick up areas on Arkles Lane and Gilman Street, which service both sides of the stadium. There are a number of residential streets surrounding the stadium. LFC strongly advises ticket holders not to park on any residential streets, as parking enforcement will be in operation during concerts and major events. Any illegally parked cars will incur a fine. Receive our daily What's On newsletter, Friday Food and Drink and breaking news email alerts by signing up here Read More Related Articles Rolling Stones' Chuck Leavell on 'beautiful' reaction at Anfield Read More Related Articles Closed down Liverpool steak restaurant announce new Italian venue

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