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Going to Beyonce’s Renaissance World Tour? Here’s how to take public transit to Levi’s Stadium

Beyoncé performs onstage during her Renaissance World Tour at Rogers Centre in Toronto, Ontario, on July 8, 2023. | Source: Kevin Mazur/WireImage for Parkwood

Various public transportation agencies around the Bay Area will run additional trains and extend service past midnight when the BeyHive descends on the region for Beyoncé’s Renaissance World Tour at Levi’s Stadium next week.

Attendees of the show, which is scheduled for 8 p.m. Wednesday, can get to Levi’s by riding BART, Caltrain or the Capitol Corridor.


BART riders can get down to Santa Clara by hopping on the Berryessa line and transferring at the Milpitas station to a Santa Clara Valley Transit Authority light rail that ends up at the Great America station.

There will be additional trains from Milpitas, which are expected to run after the last regularly scheduled train leaves the station at 11:51 p.m., according to BART.

“This is the last train that will get you to all BART stations in the system,” the agency said. “BART will run two special-event service limited-stop trains that will depart Milpitas Station at around 12:30 a.m., serving limited stops after regular BART service ends.”

The trains that leave after midnight will only stop at Bay Fair, MacArthur, Pleasant Hill and El Cerrito del Norte, BART added.

Riders can check BART’s Milpitas station schedule here.

Riders needing to get back to San Francisco can either take BART’s last regular-service train from Milpitas or take Caltrain.


Those who choose to ride to Wednesday’s show on Caltrain must transfer at the Mountain View station and take the VTA light rail to the Great America station, according to the transit agency.

Caltrain will also run one additional train to depart from the Mountain View station 75 minutes after the show ends.

“BART is not keeping any San Francisco stations open beyond normal closing hours due to the lack of parking lots at SF stations and because Caltrain is providing this special service,” BART said.

For real-time Caltrain departure schedules, riders can visit the agency’s website.

Capitol Corridor

Capitol Corridor, which is operated by Amtrak, is offering a special service schedule on Wednesday night that departs at 11:59 p.m. from the Great America station with stops along the East Bay all the way to Sacramento.

Schedules for the Capitol Corridor departures from the Great America station can be found on the rail service’s website.