The Killers: Middlesbrough Riverside Stadium Concert Car Parks

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Rock band The Killers travel to Riverside Stadium on Wednesday (June 1) to play for the people of the North East – in two years of preparation – after being forced to cancel their previous trip to the region.

The Las Vegas-based band, led by Brandon Flowers, were scheduled to play in June 2020 on their Imploding the Mirage tour, but the event was forced to be postponed due to the Covid-19 pandemic. is on his Imploding the Mirage tour.

Ahead of Wednesday’s performance, there are plenty of questions to answer about the food, what people can expect and the growing anticipation for the band’s trip to Middlesbrough.

Read more: The Killers: What you need to know ahead of the Riverside Stadium gig

However, many might also think of practical matters, such as how to get there and where to park in the evening.

If so, The Northern Echo is here to help and has put together a helpful guide on how to get to Riverside Stadium and where to park your car at night.

Here are some directions to get there:

  • From the North: Please use the A1, A689, A19 and then the A66 towards Middlesbrough
  • From the South: Please use the A19, then the A66 towards Middlesbrough
  • From the east: please use the A171 or A174, then the A66 towards Middlesbrough
  • From the west: please use the A66 towards Middlesbrough

Alongside this, here are the Middlesbrough City Council car parks which will be operating on the evening of the concert.

An overview of car parks in Middlesbrough. Photo: GOOGLE.

Of course, there are private parking lots you can choose from, as well as street parking, but here are some options to get you started:

Short trip

  • Amber Street car park: distance to stadium – 2km (25 mins walk) – no charge after 6pm, or £1.30 per hour anytime before.
  • Buxton Street car park: distance to stadium – 1 mile (20 minute walk) – no charge after 6pm, or £1.30 anytime before then.
  • Mima car park: distance to stadium – 1.3km (17 mins walk) – no charge after 6pm, or £1.30 anytime before then.

The Northern Echo: The Killers will play Middlesbrough on Wednesday May 1.  Photo: ECHO OF THE NORTH.The Killers will play Middlesbrough on Wednesday May 1. Photo: ECHO OF THE NORTH.

Long stay

  • Fairbridge street: distance from the stadium – 1.1 miles (22 minutes on foot) – FREE (parking reserved for disabled badge holders).
  • Gurney Street: distance to stadium – 0.7 miles (15 minute walk) – no charge applies after 6pm, or 80p for two hours before.
  • Cannon Park Way: distance to stadium – 1.5 miles (31 minute walk) – no charge applies after 6pm, or 80p for two hours before.
  • France Street: distance to stadium – 0.5 miles (11 minute walk) – no charge after 6pm, or £1.30 for 2 hours before.
  • Ferry Road: distance to stadium – 1.3 km (15 minute walk) – no charge after 6pm and free for three hours before 6pm.

*please check before using the car park how many spaces there are in each car park. You can verify here.

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