There are different buses that go to the Eshkol Regional Council area from Tel Aviv (bus number 379 from the central bus station), Be’er Sheva (bus number 35) and Ashkelon (bus number 36 that departs from the central station and passes in the train station as well).
From the regional council station there are local bus lines, synched with the buses mentioned formerly. Take the number 14 bus that goes to a station in Kibbutz Gvulot, from there you can walk to festival grounds (about a kilometer away). You can ask the bus driver for a ticket to Kibbutz Gvulot in your origin station.
On the way back, the number 14 bus leaves the kibbutz on Saturday afternoon and then you can go on with the other mentioned buses.
This year’s shuttles will depart from different starting points in Israel.
The different points are Naharia, the Kerayot and Haifa (north), Tel Aviv, Rishon LeTsiyon, Bat Yam, Petah Tikva and Jerusalem (center), and Be’er Sheva (south). Departure hours will be posted soon,
Tickets for the shuttles are only two-way, no one-way tickets will be sold. You can buy tickets here. (link)
We couldn’t encourage you enough to share the journey and the ride. To help you out with that we opened a facebook group for ride-sharing. Full details here (link).
Enter “Mitzpe Gvulot” into your navigation app.
Just before the entrance gate to Kibbutz Gvulot, take a right following the festival signs and bypass the Kibbutz. Follow the signs until you arrive at the festival’s parking lots.