Take the Bus, Leave the Driving to Us!
Don’t worry about where to park, how many quarters to bring, or how far you have to walk – shuttle service will include two school buses, and a luxury van!
*** PLEASE NOTE for 2023! ***
- If needed, please use the drop-off point for our handicapped patrons: University Walk— which is directly in front of Packer Memorial Church—will be open to vehicles for drop-offs this year; no parking allowed. Please use this access to assist our handicapped patrons and those who cannot walk long distances. After drop-off, drivers must move vehicles to legal parking spaces. A wheelchair will be available at the drop-off point.
South Side Parking:
Zoellner Arts Center Parking Garage – Festival Shuttle Bus stop
420 East Packer Avenue
Parking: Available for $8 per car on levels 2-4 in the Zoellner Arts Center garage.
Payment must be made by credit card using the Text2Park. There will be Text2Park signs posted throughout the garage and on the entrance doors. The signs have the following information:
Text LU431 to 25023 to get a link OR scan this QR code. Either method will bring you HERE.
Select ALL DAY parking and enter in your license plate number and credit card information.
New Street Garage
324 S. New Street • $1 per hour transient rate, up to $10 max per day
North Side parking:
North Street Garage
85 W. North St. (Located directly behind Liberty Center) $1 per hour transient rate, up to $10.00 max per day
Walnut Street Garage
33 W. Walnut St. • $1 per hour transient rate, up to $10 max per day
Parking is also available in the Vine [Morton & Vine] Street or Alumni Memorial Parking Garages and on-street, metered at $1/hour. Meters may be fed with coins or credit/debit cards.
Shuttle bus service will be provided by school bus and luxury bus/van.
Friday shuttles: Shuttles will pick up and drop off at the Hotel Bethlehem, City Hall Plaza, Comfort Suites, Zoellner Arts Center and Packer Church.
Saturday shuttles: Shuttles will pick up and drop off at the Hotel Bethlehem, Comfort Suites, Zoellner Arts Center and Packer Church.