Lovebox 2017

14 - 15 July

East London’s premier festival

NME described Lovebox as ‘a weekend of blazing hot thrills’, which wasn’t just a weather report. So, blazing thrills, hot or otherwise, is what Lovebox does best. It serves up an eclectic mix of urban beats and soulful jams. If you want to dance, then this is the party for you.

Take the GWR train to London Paddington and then ride the tube to Lovebox!

This year’s headliners include

  • Frank Ocean
  • Chase and Status
  • Solange

To get you in the mood and ready for the party, our Spotify playlists, brought to you by NME, are perfect for the train and tube ride to Lovebox.

Getting there

Travel by GWR to London Paddington, and then take the Hammersmith & City line to Mile End. It’s then a little over a ten-minute walk to Lovebox in Victoria Park.

Direct trains into London Paddington depart from:


14 July  15 July
First  04:00 03:59 
Last (direct) 23:09 23:10

Bristol Temple Meads

  14 July  15 July
First 04:47 05:30
Last (direct) 22:38 22:28

Here are some more helpful tips for planning your journey to the festival.

The price of love...?

Save money by booking now. Our Advance Single fares are great value, but they are limited and do sell out quickly. So, save on the train and you won’t have to skimp on the love. 

Love your Railcard

If you’re a Railcard lover don’t jilt it, bring it with you. Otherwise, you might have to pay to upgrade to a full price ticket. All you need is love... and your Railcard.

Selfies? Check. Phone held aloft with light on? Check...

If you’ve bought an m-ticket, or e-ticket, make sure your phone is fully charged; so you can show it when asked.

Allow plenty of time

London is one of the world’s most visited cities, and there’s no such thing as a quiet day here. Tubes, buses and trains all fill up in the summer, so make sure you leave plenty of time to get to and from the festival.

Love thy neighbour  ΜΆ   Take it with you

Lovebox are proud that beautiful Victoria Park hosts their festival, only possible with the support of the local community, so please respect the neighbours by arriving and leaving peacefully and quietly. Drop your litter in the bins, and not on the floor, and please use the portable toilets provided.