Saturday’s Garth Brooks concert is going to be huge. And that means there’s obscurity to park.
The Garth Brooks concert this Saturday is shaping up to be the biggest ticketed event in Broncos bowl history, with over 80,000 people expected to attend.
Due to the crowd, Denver Public Works and the Denver Police Department are encouraging people to consider alternate transportation to get to the concert. The message comes with the warning to avoid “friends in ‘tow’ places.”
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on-street parking in the area will be restricted to vehicles with the correct residential parking permits from twelve twelve noon to 9 p.m. Vehicles that do not have the appropriate permits will be towed.
RTD will be adding extra train cars to its light rail service near the bowl and providing extra trains on the C and E lines. The changes will begin two hours before the concert’s 7 p.m. start and will continue later until the bowl is clear.
The bowl is besides easily accessible by bike, and has over 300 bike racks and free bike valet parking near gate four, city officials said.