Orange's bus company is seeking interest from people keen to take public transport to Elton John's concert in Bathurst next month.
Orange Buslines depot manager David Lee said they had received requests from concertgoers for an Orange-Bathurst bus and were asking any others to contact them.
"We are trying to get things confirmed. It's not 100 per cent confirmed," he said.
We are asking people to contact us.David Lee, depot manager
"We are asking people to contact us."
Mr Lee said they would first concentrate on filling one bus before committing to more vehicles.
Elton John will play at Bathurst's Carrington Park on Tuesday, January 22.
He began the Australian leg of his farewell tour in Perth on the weekend.
Orange Buslines has also confirmed details for bus services to Orange's A Day on the Green concert, starring Cold Chisel, at Heifer Station winery on Saturday, February 1.
It is taking bookings for buses from areas including Orange, Bathurst, Millthorpe, Spring Hill, Cowra, Canowindra, Nashdale, Parkes, Manildra, Dubbo, Wellington and Molong.
The bus from Orange will pick up at the Orange Showgrounds, the Visitor Information Centre, Orange High School and on Forbes Road in west Orange with pre-booked tickets costing $12 return.
A separate shuttle bus from Orange, with tickets only to be bought on the concert day, will cost $20.
The bus from Bathurst will cost $35 return, Cowra and Parkes $45 return and Dubbo $50 return.
Orange360 general manager Caddie Marshall said buses were an important service for major events in the region.
"From a tourism point of view it's about getting volumes of people out to sites with safety," she said.
"It is about making it a better and easier event for people to enjoy in a safe environment."
Ms Marshall said a bus would run from Orange to the Elvis festival in Parkes in January as it did not have enough accommodation for the demand while buses were used to move people around for Orange FOOD Week events and to a Banjo Paterson festival dinner in Molong.
"It's about increasing accessibility," she said.
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