BATON ROUGE, LA (WAFB) - As we look forward to the Bayou Country Superfest concerts held in Tiger Stadium on May 23- May 24, here are a few parking and traffic notes.
Parking will be available for first-come first-served purchase on event days. Parking will be cash only. Advanced vehicle parking is sold out.
Vehicle parking lots will be open on event days beginning at 9 a.m. There is no overnight parking in the vehicle parking lots and vehicles may be towed if left in the lots overnight.
ADA parking spaces will be available in Lot 108 for $30. Shuttle transportation from Lot 108 to the stadium will be available for ADA Festival goers.
North Stadium Drive and South Stadium Drive will be closed to vehicle traffic. North Stadium Drive will also be partially closed to pedestrians.
Information about the Baton Rouge Capitol Area Transit System can be found at
or by calling 225-929-7740.
Suggested Exit Routes
LSU Police and Baton Rouge Police will monitor several intersections for traffic exiting campus. Below are the suggested exit routes on Friday, May 22. We advise all university members to avoid the west side of campus, if possible, as concert traffic will be the heaviest on Nicholson Drive. Also, please be aware North Stadium Drive and South Stadium Drive will be closed to vehicle access for concert operations.
Eastbound - South Stadium Drive to Stanford Avenue
Southbound - Nicholson Extension to Highland Road, Nicholson Extension to Nicholson Drive
Northbound - Dalrymple Drive to Highland Road, Cypress Drive to Aster Street to Nicholson Drive
No weapons, audio recording equipment, video cameras, noisemakers, umbrellas, backpacks, containers of any kind, or outside food or drinks will be allowed inside of Tiger Stadium for the concert.
Smoking also will not be allowed inside of Tiger Stadium. Only service pets will be allowed at the festival.
For a complete list of prohibited items and stadium policies, visit the Bayou Country Superfest website