Many are excitedly gearing up for the start of the star studded series on concerts next week at Wasing Estate for On The Mount. 

But how do festival goers actually get to the event? We've got you covered!

Speaking directly to promoter John Empson, he explained how the car park will open early at Wasing and there will be lots of food and beverage on sale as soon as people arrive.

There is also a 10-minute woodland walk to get to the arena.

“In that walk, we want people to decompress. Lots of weird and wonderful things happen in the woods there,” John said.

“There’s people smudging you, burning incense, art installations. Eventually you come out of that and you’re into the arena. It’s magical really.”

For those not travelling by car, there is a train service available from Reading to Aldermaston or Midgham station.

Londoners are encouraged to get the train from Paddington and change at Reading to get to either of them.

Midgham station is a short walk from the festival, or alternatively regular shuttle bus services will be going from either station. 

Ticket holders could also get a taxi straight from Reading to Wasing Estate if they so wish to. 

With huge acts like Crowded House, Paolo Nutini, and Jungle, this year's On The Mount is sure to be one to remember. 

John and his business partner Ollie have also done shows at places such as the Bath Royal Crescent and Warwick Castle.