What You Need to Know for the Garth Brooks Stadium Tour at Tiger Stadium

It’s all-hands-on-deck at LSU as they prepare for what they believe could be the biggest crowd the campus has ever seen.

This Saturday, Tiger Stadium is preparing for what may be the biggest audience in it’s history, as they welcome Country Superstar Garth Brooks for his Stadium Tour.

More than 100,000 fans are expected, which will, of course, present it’s own traffic issues. See the map for lane closures on Saturday.


As of the writing of this article, all parking passes on the LSU campus are sold out, with only RV spots remaining for $250 each.

Free parking is available in lots closer to the Mississippi River levee, the hayfield lot south of campus, in lots east of Highland Road, including Parker Coliseum, and lots on the north side of campus near Spruce Hall.

First-come, first-served paid parking available on the day of the concert will be available for $30 at Lot 408 and Lot 409, out near Alex Box Stadium, opening at 5 p.m. Lot 104 parking near the Bernie Moore Track Stadium will cost $40 and opens at 4 p.m.

Weather permitting, the Old Front Nine of the former LSU golf course will also open for day-of-event parking for $30. All lots are cashless and only credit card payment will be accepted.

Free ADA parking with a shuttle is available in Lot 406 off Skip Bertman Drive. After the concert, the shuttle will pick up in front of Nicholson Gateway.


Visit Baton Rouge announced that hotels are almost at full capacity this weekend, with AirBNB & VRBO rentals, also hard to come by.


Everyone, regardless of age, must have a ticket to get into Tiger Stadium. There will be metal detectors at all entrances and a clear bag policy will be in place.

All transactions inside Tiger Stadium will be cashless for the event.

The sale of alcohol inside Tiger Stadium will end at 10:30 p.m. CT.


Concert Calendar