Everyone has been anxiously waiting for April 30th and when Garth Brooks performs live inside Tigers Stadium. Well, the time has come as the concert is this Saturday, April 30th in Baton Rouge.

A stunning 102,000 tickets were sold for the concert. That is unbelievable.  With that being said, a ton of people will be descending on Tigers Stadium for the big show but that also poses a bunch of questions.

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Fans are going to want to know if there are tickets still available, where to park, and traffic issues.  We are here to pass along what you need to know for the concert this Saturday night.

Amazingly, tickets are still available and we have to say, some pretty good ones are still up for grabs. You can find your tickets on Ticketmaster here.

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Now as for parking, there were pre-paid parking passes being sold by LSU athletics but last we checked, they are all sold out.

Certain lots will have parking opening up at 4:00 pm the day of the show until they fill up. Those parking lots could cost you between $30 to $40 per vehicle. Free parking is available at the levee and hayfield lots until they fill up so get there early.

As far as traffic is concerned, traffic will be diverted out of the parking lots in certain directions. Just like after football games, traffic will be diverted from the exits of the parking lots toward the outside perimeter of the LSU campus down River Road, Highland Road and Gourrier Avenue.

So go enjoy and wait for the stadium to explode when Garth sings Callin' Baton Rouge on Saturday night.  Film it and send it to us!  Enjoy y'all.

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