Troon is situated on the south west coast of Scotland approximately 30 miles south of Glasgow. It can be reached easily by train or bus from all locations in the United Kingdom.
Trains are probably the most convenient method of transport to get to the festival. Trains from Ayr, Paisley Gilmour Street and Glasgow all stop at Troon (which is also just one 4-minute stop away from Glasgow Prestwick Airport). From Largs, travellers need to change at Kilwinning. Journey times are approx 40 minutes from Glasgow and 10/15 minutes from Ayr & Kilwinning.
Last trains back to Kilwinning/Paisley/Glasgow depart Troon at 22:44 or 23:16. Last trains back to Prestwick/Ayr depart at 23:39 or 00:09 (plus 00:56 on Thu/Fri) and last train to Kilmarnock is 20:43. All trains to/from Troon are operated by Scotrail. Please check their website to confirm timings. Scotrail operates a no alcohol policy.
Troon Concert Hall is only a 10 minute walk from the Station. From Troon Station, exit north and turn left on to St Meddan’s Street. Walk down this street until the junction with Portland Church and South Beach. Turn right and the Concert Hall sits on your left at the junction with Academy Street.
If using local buses, Stagecoach is the main service provider. Service 14 goes between Ayr and Irvine – last bus to Ayr leaves 21:23, last bus to Irvine leaves 20:29. Service 110 runs to Dundonald/Kilmarnock – last bus to Kilmarnock leaves Troon 21:45, last bus to Dundonald leaves at 23:15.
Useful travel/transport-related links are also listed in the opposite column.
Troon Concert Hall, South Beach, Ayr Street, Troon, KA10 6EF