COLUMBUS, OH (WCMH) - Thousands of Swifties are expected to pack Ohio Stadium Saturday night to watch Taylor Swift perform.
Columbus is one of many stops for Swift and her Reputation stadium tour, and it is the largest production to come to Ohio Stadium.
If you’re heading to the concert, there are a few things to keep in mind. First, no bags or purses are permitted inside Ohio Stadium, no matter the size. You can only bring wallets and wristlets, no larger than 5”x8”x1”.
No guest is permitted to bring alcohol into the stadium, but concert-goers over the age of 21 can purchase alcohol inside. You cannot take the alcohol purchased outside of the stadium.
If you’re driving to the concert, public parking is available on a first-come, first-served basis for $20 per vehicle. All public lots on campus will open at 1pm. There will be free shuttle service from Mount Hall on West Campus to the lot near Sission Hall. The shuttle starts at 3pm and ends one hour after the show ends.
For parents dropping their children off or picking them up, there are designated areas in the Scarlet Lots near the Schottenstein Center. There is no charge to use this are for pickups and drop-offs.
Parking for people with disabilities is available in the lots north of St. John Arena for $20. The lots open at 1pm. A free shuttle will operate from the disability parking area and drop guests off on the east side of Ohio Stadium near Gates 20 and 22. Guests may request wheelchair service upon entering the stadium. The shuttle service starts at 1pm and ends one hour after the end of the show.
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