Things To Know Before Heading to Hilary Duff Concert - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

8/19/04

Things To Know Before Heading to Hilary Duff Concert

Road construction on the Texas Tech campus will cause some traffic problems for Friday night's concert at the United Spirit Arena. The Hilary Duff Concert starts at 7pm and doors will open at 6pm. However, Indiana Avenue between 19th and Main Streets remains closed.

So here are few ways to get to the concert. The southeast side of the arena, at 18th Street and Flint has been designated as a drop-off and pick-up spot for parents planning to leave children at the concert. However, officials are recommending that children under the age of ten be accompanied by an adult.

The commuter parking lots west of the arena across Indiana Avenue will be open. These lots can be accessed off of Brownfield Highway. Parking will also be available at the Law School and the residence halls along 18th Street and Hartford Avenue. The best way to reach these lots is by entering campus on Flint avenue and continuing to 18th Street. Parking Control will be there to help assist drivers. The concert is scheduled to end around 9:30pm.

Officials at the United Spirit Arena would also like to remind you that these items are prohibited from the concert:

  • All cameras except for disposable cameras
  • Video/audio recording devices
  • Laser pointers
  • Weapons of any kind
  • Glass containers or cans of any kind
  • Large purses or backpacks
  • Fireworks
  • Noise makers
  • Alcoholic beverages
  • Outside food and beverage
  • Tobacco products of any kind
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