Transportation

Transportation from Regional Cities & the Philadelphia Suburbs:

The Boltbus and Megabus provide safe, comfortable and inexpensive transportation to Philadelphia from NYC, certain areas in NJ, Boston, DC, Baltimore and other cities. Check out the links above for stop locations and schedules. Both the Bolt Bus and Megabus will drop you off at 30th and Market Street (Amtrak 30th Street Station), which is located right next to the Market-Frankford Subway. (See the Once in Philadelphia - Getting to the LMHA section below.)

For trains from NJ and NYC, you can take Amtrak or a combination of NJ Transit and SEPTA to 30th St. Station. You can buy a joint ticket from NYC and northern New Jersey, combining NJ Transit and SEPTA trains. From Amtrak 30th St. Station you can transfer to the Market-Frankford Subway Line. (See the Once in Philadelphia - Getting to the LMHA section below.)

For trains from Philadelphia suburbs, Delaware (Wilimington/Newark), and New Jersey (Trenton/West Trenton) - view SEPTA’s Regional Rail train schedules.

Transportation from Philadelphia International Airport:

SEPTA regional rail trains will take you from all Philadelphia International Airport terminals to Philadelphia 30th Street Station. There you can transfer to the Market-Frankford Subway Line to get to the LMHA. (See the Once in Philadelphia - Getting to the LMHA section below.)

Here's a list of taxis with contact information. Or simply take lyft or uber.

Once in Philadelphia - Getting to the LMHA

Option 1 - Public Transit
** Take the Market-Frankford elevated subway to the GIRARD station. To find the closest station to you, click here.
** From the GIRARD station, walk 1-minute to the intersection of Front & Girard, and take the 15B bus from there.
** Get off the bus at the interesction of Allegheny & Emery. The LMHA is a 1-minute walk away!
** Click for the google map directions for this transportation option.
** Click for the 15B bus schedule.
** Click for the Market-Frankford subway schedule. This subway line runs all night on Friday & Saturday. The subway is replaced by a night owl bus on the other nights of the week.

Option 2 - Lyft and Uber are so inexpensive now that they are competitive with the cost of public transit. Make sure to set up these apps in your phone before the festival (with your credit card information already included) so you don't have to worry about that when you want to get home from the milonga at 3 am!

Parking

We have made arrangements for you to park for free at the James Martin School, 3 blocks from the festival venue. It takes about 5 minutes to walk from the parking lot to the venue. At night, a paid shuttle or taxi will be available, if you prefer not to walk.

Parking Lot Address: 3380 Richmond St., Philadelphia, PA 19134