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‘Extra Capacity Added by ScotRail for Fans Attending Festival in Lanarkshire’

Clubbing enthusiasts heading to the Stereofunk festival at Chatelherault, Lanarkshire, are in for a treat as extra seats and carriages have been added to trains passing through the area.

Known as the ‘First festival of the summer’, Stereofunk has been delighting Scottish music lovers since its inception in 2005. Set in the picturesque Chatelherault country park, the festival takes place near the 18th-century hunting lodge, just a short 12-minute walk from the station.

This year’s lineup features popular bands such as Vengaboys, The KLF, and Scottish DJ George Bowie, promising a weekend of unforgettable music and fun. To accommodate festival-goers on Saturday 4th May, ScotRail has taken measures to ensure a smooth journey to and from the event.

Trains traveling through Chatelherault will be longer on that day, with an additional late-night service scheduled for the evening. The last train from Chatelherault to Glasgow will depart at 23:08, providing attendees with a convenient way to return home after the festivities.

Phil Campbell, ScotRail Customer Operations Director, expressed excitement about assisting festival-goers with their transportation needs. He advised attendees to check train times on the ScotRail website or app, purchase tickets in advance, and allow plenty of time for travel to ensure a stress-free experience at the festival.

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