South Limestone Parking Garage now open for fans

Those planning on attending President Trump's rally at Rupp Arena Monday should know parking will be limited.

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) -Kentucky has opened up the South Limestone Parking Garage (PS5) for fans to park in for Friday’s NCAA Tournament volleyball matches.

The garage will be open free of charge beginning at 10 a.m. as space is available. Once the structure is full, UK parking officers will direct all fans to the Kroger Field Green lot. A shuttle will be available, free of charge, from Kroger Field Gate Four and will drop off on Euclid Avenue. Shuttle service will begin at 10 a.m. Disabled parking will still be available in the North Craft lot.

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All Employee lots surrounding Memorial Coliseum, including the North Craft, Rose Street and Linden Walk employee lots will not be available for event parking until 1 p.m., then employee lots will be available for spectator parking. All fans parking in an employee lot prior to 1 p.m. are at risk of receiving a parking citation.

Parking for Saturday’s match will return to normal game-day operation. All E-lots, including the North Craft lot, Rose Street lot and Linden Walk lot will be available for event parking at 1 p.m. Disabled parking will be once again available in the North Craft lot.

Kentucky is set to face BYU at noon on Friday, while Colorado will face Nebraska at 2 p.m. inside Memorial Coliseum. The regional final will take place on Saturday at 4 p.m., between the two Friday winners.

All-session tickets are on sale not at Single-session tickets will go on sale at 9 a.m., based on availability. Full-time University of Kentucky students may show their valid UK student ID at the Joe Craft Center ticket office on match day for a free ticket, paid for by UK Athletics. Tickets will only be provided for the sessions in which Kentucky participates.

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