A silver celebration is arriving in Seattle September 14 and if you’re planning to be Ridin’ round in it, flawless, remember your ride should be transit!  You will have a number of transit options to arrive and enjoy Beyoncè as her Renaissance World Tour turns Lumen Field into her own personal “BeyHive.”

If you’re thinking you’ll jump in the car to get to Lumen, here’s a way to save your quarter tank of gas: leave the car at home or the park-and-ride, and board the region’s fast and frequent public transportation network with expanded service. Sound Transit’s Link 1 Line will run extra trains after the show and Water Taxi riders will be able to have the wind whipping ’round your faceby riding one of the six late-night water taxi trips to West Seattle.

“It’s been a summer Renaissance of concerts this year, and we couldn’t be more excited to welcome Queen Bey to King County,” said King County Executive Dow Constantine. “Fans heading to the show are encouraged to ‘save some silver’ and get in Formation by leaving the cars at home and using transit options available to enjoy the show All Night.”

Metro’s preparing for you to Get on the bus with an additional handful of bus trips to help with post-concert crowds. Remember, every member of the Hive who is 18 and younger in King County can ride transit for free.

We encourage riders to allow extra travel time & board available transit swiftly within the half hour after concerts let out. Thank you in advance for your patience.

Metro Avatar wearing a silver cowgirl hat celebrating the Beyonce concert
Don’t forget your silver!

Tools, customer service and added trips to help you travel easily

To plan the best route, visit Metro’s online Trip Planner, or use third-party apps such as “One Bus Away,” Apple Maps, or Google Maps. Metro Customer Service also is available at 206-553-3000 weekdays, from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. Press 1 for an interpreter.

Sound Transit Link Light Rail: Sound Transit will operate until 1 a.m. per their regular weeknight schedule to help fans travel back home easily, but because of construction in the Rainier Valley, trains will operate every 15 minutes, so thanks in advance for your patience.  1 Line trains will run their regular schedule which means the last Northbound train will leave Stadium Station (Sixth Avenue and Royal Brougham) at 12:19 a.m. and the last Southbound train will depart Stadium Station at 12:53 a.m.

Water Taxi: Heading home to West Seattle after the concert? The King County Water Taxi is scheduled for six trips from Pier 50 at starting at 7:30 p.m. (7:30 p.m., 8:30 p.m., 9:30 p.m., 10:30 p.m., 11:30 p.m. and 12:15 a.m.)

The water taxi will have five trips from West Seattle starting at 8 p.m. (8 p.m., 9 p.m., 10 p.m., 11 p.m. and 12:30 a.m.)

Bus routes: Metro and Sound Transit will be adding additional trips on a handful of routes to help meet rider demand after the concert. A great tool for the concert, and for whenever you’re riding transit is our Text for Departures tool (text your bus stop number to 62550)

Transit map: Whether coming into Seattle from the north, south, east, or west, our transit wayfinder map for the stadium area is a handy guide on how you can take transit to get to the concert, showing both bus routes and ways to connect to Sound Transit Link light rail.

Crowds are expected before and especially after the concert and we thank everyone in advance for their patience as we support the travel needs of all our riders.

Fare payment options:
Be sure to have your ORCA card or Transit GO ticket ready to go to avoid long delays because you don’t want to miss one minute!

We look forward to helping the “Beys” get to the Hive!