More than 100,000 people per day are expected to attend the Arts, Beats and Eats festival over the Labor Day holiday weekend.
To help ward off any parking-related problems, festival producer Jonathan Witz says they’ve already secured more than 10,000 parking spaces. Witz says parking has been secured at all of the city’s downtown parking structures, including at the Royal Oak Farmer’s Market, the former Jim Fresard Pontiac Buick GMC dealership, Oakland Community College and the large parking lot at Main Street and I-696.
Organizers also are hoping that festival-goers will take advantage of shuttle service that will be offered to and from the event.
To steer clear of any parking-related problems, sure to tune in to WWJ Newsradio 950 for “real time” traffic information during the festival. Updates also will be posted on Twitter.
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