Sunfest offers revamped shuttle this year to get you there and back in great shape

Want to party with your pals at Sunfest but worried about driving? Sunfest is again offering a shuttle service.

For a $5 one way or $10 round trip, you can ride with Wilson’s Transportation to the festival site at the Cowichan Exhibition.

This green solution offers many concertgoers the chance to leave their vehicles at home, while giving other motorists more parking options.

Pick up points are located at the Island Savings Centre in Duncan or at Fuller Lake Arena near Chemainus.

The buses run from 2 p.m. to 1 a.m. from Friday, Aug. 1 to Sunday, Aug. 3, with pickups every 15 minutes (every 30 minutes between 7-11 p.m.) Cash and credit cards are accepted onsite, so there is no pre-booking required for what is again sure to be a popular option with many music lovers.

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