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Metrolink to Operate Special Return Train Service on San Bernardino Line for HARD Summer Music Festival

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LOS ANGELES – Metrolink, Southern California’s regional passenger rail service, will operate a special late-night train providing fans attending the HARD Summer Music Festival at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum with a safe, convenient and hassle-free transportation alternative to get home. 

Metrolink will operate a special train departing L.A. Union Station at 12 a.m., midnight, on Sunday, August 6, and Monday, August 7, making stops at the Cal State L.A., Covina, Claremont, Montclair, Rancho Cucamonga, and San Bernardino-Downtown stations. Passengers can buy a $20 HARD Summer Special Train weekend pass through the Metrolink Mobile App, allowing them to travel from Saturday, August 5, through Monday, August 7.

To get to the event, attendees can take any regularly scheduled Metrolink train to LA Union Station, and transfer at no additional cost to the LA Metro system to get to the LA Memorial Coliseum.

People can view more information about Metrolink’s service to and from the event by visiting metrolinktrains.com/hard-summer.

Since 2022, Metrolink has partnered with Insomniac to provide special late-night train service for fans attending HARD Summer, Escape Halloween, Countdown NYE and Beyond Wonderland events held at the National Orange Show Event Center in San Bernardino. Metrolink will provide a special train service for the upcoming Escape Halloween in October.


About Metrolink (metrolinktrains.com)

Metrolink regional passenger rail service offers reliable, safe, affordable and environmentally sustainable transportation throughout Southern California. The Agency’s 545.6 total service line miles and 66 stations across Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, Ventura and San Diego counties connect people, communities, and businesses and is an essential link in the region’s mobility network. Metrolink’s Arrow service, which launched in October 2022 with nine miles of track and four new stations between San Bernardino and Redlands, provides greater local and regional rail connectivity.

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