How to get home after the Coldplay concert at Singapore National Stadium

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For fans who want a guaranteed ride home, there are also paid shuttle services available. 

Wagon Asia, which was founded this year, is offering 13-seater buses – or Wagons – that will go to one of five MRT stations: City Hall, Serangoon, Jurong East, Eunos and Woodlands. Early-bird tickets cost S$10 while regular ones cost S$15.

As the pick-up point is based on your drop-off location, those who book will be notified of the pick-up locations via WhatsApp. The Wagons will only leave when everyone boards the bus but there is a cut-off time of one hour after the concert ends.

Do note that tickets for the Wagon cannot be bought on the spot. 

To book, head over to For waitlist and concert updates, join their Telegram channel.


If you don’t want to be hit by surge pricing or long waits for your ride – or you just have a lot of excess energy to work off after watching your favourite band perform – consider cycling home. 

In support of Coldplay’s efforts to go green, Grab is giving a free 24-hour Anywheel bike pass to those who book a GrabShare – a service that allows multiple passengers to take the same ride –  to the concert.

The pass will be given to anyone who completes a GrabShare ride to the National Stadium on these dates: Jan 23, 24, 26, 27, 30 and 31. It is limited to only one redemption per user.

Concertgoers can find Anywheel bikes at the bicycle parking bays near Stadium MRT. And for those who wish to bike to and from the concert, don’t worry, there are also free bike racks on site.

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