Hunter Hayes is about to take the stage in the McConnell-Talbert Stadium parking lot, and anticipation is building.
But don’t let that anticipation override the rules for what you can bring and where you’re allowed to park.
Here are the basics of what you’ll need to know before loading up the family:
When is it?
Tuesday, July 3
When can I get in?
Gates open at 6 p.m.
Where can I park my car?
There are 10 parking areas! Pay attention because some of them have a special use assigned to them
C.B. Watson Primary – Handicap/VIP ONLY
Warner Robins High School – Pickup/Drop-off/Uber/Lyft
City of Warner Robins Municipal Complex
Middle Georgia State University
Pearl Stephens Elementary
Robins Financial Credit Union
Sacred Heart Catholic Church
Union Grove Baptist Church Field
Where do I go to get in?
There are three public entry points. They are MLK Boulevard, the S. Davis Pedestrian Bridge, and S. Davis Drive.
What if I’m not going to the concert but want to avoid the traffic?
Demon Valley Drive will be CLOSED to all traffic starting at 3 p.m.
South Davis Drive will be CLOSED starting at 9:45 p.m. for the fireworks show.
What time does the concert begin?
Betty Maxwell, formerly Cantrell, will take the stage at 7:20 p.m. Hunter Hayes will follow shortly after her set ends
What if I just want to see the fireworks?
The fireworks are set for 9:50 p.m., weather permitting. Stay tuned to 13WMAZ and at 13wmaz.com for updated weather forecasts as we get closer to the event date!
What can’t I bring in with me?
Drones, glass bottles, firearms, alcohol, rolling coolers, hard-sided coolers, pets, outside food and open drinks, large umbrellas, and tents
Well then what can I bring?
Soft-sided coolers with unopened drinks inside, lawn chairs, diaper bags, small coolers for medical purposes like insulin or baby formula.
How will you know if I’m taking a prohibited item?
All items will be searched prior to entry at the stadium parking lot
As always, you can stay up to date with the latest information on the 13WMAZ app and online.