Rod Stewart | Home Park Plymouth Details
Another music phenomenon will be gracing the stage at Home Park this weekend with legendary singer Sir Rod Stewart appearing.
Sir Rod will kick off his summer tour at the home of Plymouth Argyle on Saturday, 24 June and will be joined by Boy George & Culture Club for an unmissable live show.
Visitors are encouraged to take note of some updates to our entry management system and bus pick-up and drop-off locations.
A full guide is available here to make your visit to Home Park as seamless as possible.
Entry into the stadium
We are intent on making your entrance into the stadium simple so have introduced a new queuing system in the Milehouse Park and Ride car park to ensure this is the case.
Each ticket will have a designated colour for the area of the stadium they are in, with concertgoers encouraged to view their ticket ahead of time so they are well prepared. Upon arrival, please use the correct lane as designated by the following colours:
The stadium will be coloured as below for ease:
- Yellow – Devonport End
- Purple – Lyndhurst Road
- Blue – Mayflower Stand
- Red – Pitch Seated
- Green – Hospitality entrance
Routes to the ground
By Foot – Where possible, we encourage visitors to walk to the stadium.
Home Park Stadium can be found off Outland Road and is positioned just a 20-25 minute walk from the city centre. If you are not familiar with Plymouth you can download the Plymouth walking and cycling map here.
By Train – Plymouth Railway Station is about one mile away from Home Park Stadium and the walk takes you through Central Park straight to the stadium. The walk takes roughly 10-20 minutes, although it is mainly uphill. Please plan your train journey here.
By Car – There is no parking available at Home Park.
There is very limited parking available at the Milehouse Park and Ride, adjacent to the stadium which we expect to be taken very quickly.
Special concert park and ride buses will be running from the George and Coypool Park and Ride sites. (further information below).
Parking is also available in Plymouth city centre and these car parks will also benefit from a special concert bus service. Other car parking options are available here.
By Taxi – There is a taxi pick-up and drop-off point available by the Plymouth Life Centre.
By Bus – Home Park Stadium is a short walk from a number of bus stops on Outland Road and Alma Road. Concertgoers should look at local bus timetables for more information. You can plan your journey here.
Park and Ride information
- If you are driving to the event, we would encourage you to park at one of the Park and Ride sites available excluding Milehouse.
- There will be parking available at the George and Coypool Park and Ride sites on a first come, first served basis, with a shuttle bus service from both locations to the stadium.
- If the Park and Ride sites are full by the time your arrive, don’t worry. Please park in the city centre. The Sir Rod Stewart concert Park and Ride service C (below) will run via the city centre with easy access to the bus from the city centre car parks.
- The Sir Rod Stewart concert Park and Ride is being run by Plymouth Citybus.
- The following concert Park and Ride services will be operating on 24 June.
- From Coypool Park and Ride – Service A
- Up to every 20 minutes from Coypool Park and Ride to Home Park, via the city centre and Railway Station.
- From the George Park and Ride – Service B
- Up to every 20 minutes from George Junction Park and Ride to Home Park.
- From the City Centre – Service C
- To Home Park, via the city centre and railway station.
- From Coypool Park and Ride – Service A
- Services A and C together provide departures up to every ten minutes from the city centre (Royal Parade – stop A8) Western Approach and the railway station, direct to Home Park.
- All services commence from 4pm and run until approximately 8pm. Return buses leave Home Park from 10.30pm.
Fares and Ticketing
Due to this being a special service for a special event, and only in operation for one day; rather than a regular local bus service, unfortunately concessionary bus passes are not valid on this service.
- City centre to Home Park Stadium: £3 return
- Coypool Park and Ride to Home Park Stadium: £5 return
- George Junction to Home Park Stadium: £5 return
The Park and Ride services will drop off at Jack Leslie Way and buses for the return journey will also be based on Jack Leslie Way adjacent to the Stadium.
- Once the event has finished, the same services will run back to the Park and Ride sites and city centre until they are no longer required. Please expect a wait of at least 30 minutes after the concert as there will be a large number of people catching the bus.
- Post event a queuing system will be in place in the Milehouse Park and Ride car park, so please join the queue and then board the coach as directed by stewards. Bus stops for each location will be clearly signposted.
- Marshalls will be on hand to help (please look out for information stewards in purple bibs), and toilets will also be available outside Home Park should you require them while you wait. While waiting, please be respectful of our neighbours.
- Please be aware the terminal building and toilet facilities at George Park and Ride will be closed upon your return so please prepare accordingly ahead of time.
- Disabled parking – Please use the marked bays at each of the park and ride sites or at any of the city centre car parks.
- Private coach parking – There will be no parking available for private coaches. You should liaise with your bus provider to arrange your logistics drop-offs for the concert on Outland Road. Private coach companies should contact Home Park stadium for further advice/assistance.