Orleans Police Parking Advisory for Saturday's "Roots and Blues" Concert

September 15th from Noon to 6 p.m.

From the Orleans Police Department...

On Saturday, September 15th between 12:00 and 6:00 pm, there will be a "Roots and Blues" concert taking place in the parking lot of Nauset Beach. Tickets are SOLD OUT at this time. The parking lot has a very small section for the public to use, and the rest of the lot will be allocated for the festival. The parking lot will close early, and traffic will be diverted away. The sattelite parking will be further back on Beach road, at the old motel/ Hubler property. This too, will fill quickly. We HIGHLY suggest to take advantage of the parking at the Nauset Regional Middle School (#70 South Orleans Rd), and use the bus shuttle that will be in place to transport people to the concert. Folks can board the busses at or near the Green House, which is adjacent to the gym.

There will be COPIUS amounts of "NO PARKING" signs along Beach road, including the side roads such as Meadow way, Country Crossing, Grandview estates, Smith Neck Road and Surfboat lane to name a few. Please do not park anywhere other than a desginated parking lot for this event.

Any vehicles that are found parked where they shouldnt be- and either pose a hazard to traffic or are on private property of another, will be subject to towing. Silver Cloud Towing has been gracious enough to provide a dedicated tow truck just for this event, and will be parked very near to expidite the towning of any errant vehicles.

To stay abreast of parking lot closures, please LIKE our FB page- we will be providing real time parking information as the morning progresses.

Please be patient with the detail posts, officers will have their hands full with the large number of festival attendees. And most of all, we hope that everyone has a great time!
(but dont park where you are not supposed to...)

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