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Pre-BBBQ parking info
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
 
 
September 18, 2017
 
Contact: Justin Clay
Parking Manager
Parking Management Division
479-575-8277
jclay@fayetteville-ar.gov

Parking Information Pre-Bikes, Blues, BBQ
 
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — Bike, Blues, and BBQ – an annual motorcycle rally that is based in Fayetteville and expands to the Northwest Arkansas region – takes place this week from Wednesday, September 20 through Saturday, September 23. The event promotors and various vendors have started preparing for the rally and several municipal and private parking lots are currently closed, including the West Avenue Parking Lot. Additional information about parking and street closures during BBBQ will be released later.
 
Available Entertainment District Municipal Parking for Monday and Tuesday:
  • On-street parking in numbered spaces on Spring Street, School Avenue, Dickson Street, Watson Street, and Lafayette Street (standard rates and regulations apply)
  • Lot 70 located on Gregg Avenue, north of Dickson Street (standard rates and regulations apply)
  • Spring Street parking deck – entrances located on Spring Street and on School Avenue (standard rates and regulations apply)
  • East Lot – parking lot located between School Avenue and Shipley Alley (standard rates and regulations apply)
  • UA Annex Lot/Lot 53 – parking lot located on West Avenue, north of Watson Street (UA permit only 7 a.m. – 5 p.m.; municipal rates apply after 5 p.m.)
 
Walton Arts Center patrons – Taj Mahal / Keb’ Mo’ Band event parking on Tuesday, September 19: event parking for $5 cash or reserved prepaid parking for $5 plus a $2 processing fee (http://bit.ly/TajMoParking). Ozark Regional and Razorback Transit are also offering a free shuttle for patrons who choose to park in the City lots at Church and Center, Town Center parking garage, or other lots near the Fayetteville Square. The shuttle will pick up and drop off in front of Arsaga’s at Church Avenue and Center Street and in front of the Walton Arts Center on West Avenue. Shuttles will begin running prior to the event from 5 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. and after the event until approximately 10:30 p.m.  Downtown Business District municipal parking is free every weekday after 6 p.m. and on weekends (does not include Town Center and Meadow Street Parking Decks).
 
To learn more about available public parking in the City of Fayetteville’s downtown and entertainment districts, please visit the City’s website.

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