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SEPTA to Sheeran

May 24, 2023

Catching Ed Sheeran at The Met on Friday, 6/2?


Take the Broad Street Line – The Met is approximately 2 blocks south of Girard Street Station and 3 blocks north of Fairmount Station. You can also take Route 4 or Route 16 to Broad & Poplar Streets or Route 15 to Broad & Girard Avenue.

Catching ED Sheeran at Lincoln Financial Field on Saturday, 6/3? 


Located in South Philadelphia - Lincoln Financial Field is steps away from NRG Station [last stop] on the Broad Street LineBus Routes 4 & 17 can also get you there.

Trains run every 8 to 10 minutes. It takes about 11 minutes to travel from City Hall to NRG Station on a local train. Immediately following the end of the show - fans can find northbound trains waiting to provide local and express service back towards Center City and Fern Rock Transportation Center. Note - we are running extra service on the Broad Street Line BEFORE and AFTER the show! 

If you're coming from New Jersey, it's easy to transfer from PATCO to the Broad Street Line. Exit PATCO at 13th/Locust Street Station. Take the escalator or stairs to concourse level and exit PATCO's fare gates. Follow the orange signs approximately one block through the concourse to the Broad Street Line at Walnut/Locust.

We've added LATE NIGHT Regional Rail service on the Paoli/Thorndale, Media/Wawa, and West Trenton Lines! Click here for a full list of late night trains. For Regional Rail - your stop is Suburban Station - follow (orange) signs for the Broad Street Line/City Hall Station. 

Plan your trip here!

Just like there are many ways to get here on SEPTA - there are also many ways to pay. Click here to learn which fare is best for you.

For easy travel to the show - remember to load your SEPTA Key card or purchase a Quick Trip ($2.50) from a Fare Kiosk. You can buy your return trip at the same time. Quick Trips expire at 2AM the following day of purchase.

OR - Available in the official SEPTA App - SEPTA Key Tix is a new and convenient way to pay using your smartphone! Use a credit or debit card to set-up an account and download a QR-code “ticket” to your smart phone that can be read at fareboxes and turnstiles. SEPTA Key Tix gives families and friends traveling together the capability to scan once and pay fares for up to five riders using a single barcode! SEPTA Key Tix does not replace SEPTA Key cards - but instead provides a simple solution for occasional riders/fans without a SEPTA Key card that want to enjoy the same benefits as cardholders - including a $2 fare and one free transfer per transit trip. Not available on Regional Rail - yet!

And remember - if you're transferring from one transit mode to another - your first transfer is FREE if you're using Travel Wallet or SEPTA Key Tix! 

​Note - paper One Day Independence Passes are no longer available for purchase. You can add a One Day FleX Pass to your SEPTA Key card. You can do this at a Regional Rail Station Fare Kiosk (you'll find these at Jefferson Station, William H. Gray III 30th Street Station, Suburban Station, Temple University Station, Penn Medicine Station, and at Philadelphia International Airport), SEPTA Transit/Regional Rail Sales or Ticket Window, or online at

And yes - a SEPTA Key card initially costs $4.95 but when you register the card at, $4.95 is added to the card's Travel Wallet which you can use for future rides or towards the purchase of another pass.

Don't forget - kids under 12 and seniors 65+ RIDE FREE!

If you're traveling "old school" - one way fare on a bus and on the Broad Street Line is $2.50 cash. You must have exact change if paying the operator or cashier. They cannot make change.