When ‘The Boss’ takes to the stage at Edinburgh’s most iconic stadium on Tuesday, fans can be sure of quick and convenient travel to the concert thanks to the city’s trams.

The expanding tramway will be laying on additional services on the night of Bruce Springsteen’s massive gig at the BT Murrayfield stadium on May 30.

As well as taking advantage of services running from every three minutes before and after the concert, fans can save a few pounds by purchasing the operator’s ‘Day Tripper’ ticket. This offers unlimited tram travel between Ingliston Park & Ride and St Andrew Square, for up to two adults and three children from only £8. Details of all tram ticket options can be found here.

Lea Harrison, Edinburgh Trams Managing Director, commented:

As thousands of people flock to the city to enjoy what’s sure to be an incredible show, roads will be extremely busy. However, those driving from beyond Edinburgh can leave their cars at Ingliston Park & Ride, which offers free parking throughout the day, before completing their journey by tram.

To ensure everyone can get to their home or accommodation safely, trams will continue to serve all stops until crowds have dispersed after the show.

Event organisers are also urging fans to have their concert tickets downloaded onto a smart device or printed out prior to arriving at the venue.