Traffic-Parking Information for One Direction Concert
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — A crowd estimated at 50,000 is expected to begin arriving at LP Field Tuesday afternoon for a 7 p.m. concert by the band One Direction.
This is a smart idea for major event parking if you can make it happen. With 50,000 people and 4,500 car parks, it could easily be one of those events where people arrive in time to see the encore.
A drop off zone is a great idea if you can keep it flowing. Pity the poor parents sitting in long queues but I’d love to find out if it works. I’ve been to events before, where people have driven up to the venue with a car full of people and left their car at the entrance to be towed away, figuring that sharing the cost of the tow shared among friends is worth it. I would have thought a cab would be cheaper.
Why doesn’t someone create a mobile application for all the local businesses who let their company car parks be rented out to collect money for charities, to notify people that they still have spaces? Sounds like a simple opportunity, can’t believe no one has done it yet. How about some royalty recognition folks? You read it here first:)