KHSAA Parking and General Information
|Date: Monday, November 19th, 2012||Return|
KHSAA championship games are scheduled for 11:00 a.m., 3:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. (CST). For students, fans, school officials, and others coming to Bowling Green, here is some information about parking, traffic, tickets, and more.
Where Can I Park?
- Parking Structure 2 and Creason Lot will be used for paid public parking. Parking will be $8 for Parking Structure 2 and $5 in Creason Lot.
- Parking Structure 1 will be used for paid public parking beginning with the 3 p.m. game on Friday, November 30th, Parking will be $8 for Parking Structure 1.
Parking will be cash only.
Tailgating will not be allowed in any of the WKU lots.
The surface lots around Diddle Arena, as well as the South Lawn Lot and Russellville Road Lot, will be reserved parking for KHSAA officials and media.
After each game, traffic exiting Parking Structure 2 will be directed north onto University Boulevard to Kentucky Street. Traffic exiting Parking Structure 1 will be directed east onto College Heights Boulevard. Traffic exiting Creason Lot will be directed south on Creason Drive to Emmett Avenue
Individual game tickets are $10 and will be available at the stadium. Or contact the WKU ticket office at 1-800-5-BIGRED.
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