The big Garth Brooks Stadium Tour stop at Tiger Stadium in Baton Rouge goes down this Saturday, April 30 and excitement is through the roof.

Of course, if you want to go to the show and don't have a ticket, you either better find a friend real quick or get on the re-sale sites. The show sold out within minutes of going on sale several months ago.

If you are one of the 102,000 who will pack into Death Valley to hear "Callin' Baton Rouge" and other great classics from the Country Hall of Famer, you'll first need to park (and tailgate).

LSU has released information regarding your parking options for the evening and those details are below.


Motorhome parking passes are available for purchase in the Touchdown Village 1 parking lot off of South Quad Drive. Motorhomes are allowed to enter beginning Friday, April 29, at 5:00 pm. Spaces are $250 for the weekend. Specific spaces are not reserved.


Limited day-of-concert paid parking will be available due to baseball and softball events.

Please note the following lots with opening times:

  • Lots 408 and 409 - open at 5:00 pm - cost $30
  • Lot 104 - open at 4:00 pm - cost $40
  • All lots are cashless. Credit card only.


Free parking is available in the Levee lots, Hayfield lots, lots located east of Highland Rd (Parker Coliseum), lots north of campus near Spruce Hall.

Free ADA parking with a shuttle is available in Lot 406 off of Skip Bertman Drive. After the concert, the shuttle will pick-up in front of Nicholson Gateway.


Pre-paid lots will open at 7:00 am on the day of the concert.

Pre-paid parking passes in select lots went on sale starting Thursday, April 7, at 10:00 am.

Lots available for pre-purchase were:

  • SW entry/exit: 400, 402, 403, 404
  • SE entry/exit: 304, 309, 310, 311, 312
  • N and NE entry/exit: 203-207 and 307
  • Paid ADA spaces are also available in Lot 401

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