October and November mark the start of what is unofficially concert season in the UK, with bands from around the world descending on cities nationwide to showcase their talents to thousands of adoring fans.
This year is no different, with top acts such as Imagine Dragons, Jess Glynne, Motley Crue and Bring Me The Horizon bringing their fantastic live shows to the UK. For many people, the only way to see their favourites is to travel into cities, be it by car, train or coach. The latter is by far the best way to head to a gig, and we look at just a few of the reasons why.
One of the worst things about having to get to a gig in a big city is the fact that most events finish quite late at night. If you're not careful, it's easy to miss the last train back home and you can be stranded.
However, if you have organised a coach trip to the venue, you will know that your transport will be there when you need it to be, so you can rest assured that you can stay until the very end of the show and enjoy your favourite songs.
Enjoy a drink
If you're driving to the venue, one of the downsides is that you can't have a beer with friends as you sing along with the band. If you're on a coach, however, you know that you and your mates don't need to have a designated driver to hand and you can let your hair down.
Space and comfort
The last thing you want when you come out of a sweaty concert environment is to get on a crowded train with nowhere to sit and very little personal space all the way home, so another benefit you'll have from getting the coach is that you'll be able to enjoy your trip home in absolute comfort.
Guaranteed a comfortable seat and your own space, you'll be able to just kick back and relax all the way home, maybe even catch a little nap after the evening's festivities.
A social way to travel
One of the very best parts of going to any gig is the chance to hang out with friends and revel in a shared love of music. Why not start off the fun early in the evening by enjoying a more sociable journey on your coach?
If you travel as a party, you can all sit together and really ramp up the excitement for the gig to come, discussing setlists, support acts, time of doors and any other topics that will get you pumped up and ready to enjoy a fantastic night of singalongs and dancing.