BATON ROUGE, La. (BRPROUD) — He goes back and forth with Elvis for the number one selling solo artist of all-time spot. While his true all-time ranking remains uncertain, one thing we know for sure is that Garth Brooks is “Callin’ Baton Rouge” to LSU’s Tiger Stadium this weekend.

Fans in the south have been bursting with excitement since December when Brooks announced his stadium tour and the fact that he’d be coming back to Baton Rouge after 24 years.

Saturday’s show will be the only show in Louisiana this year. Neighboring state Mississippi won’t see Brooks at all in 2022 so Louisiana will surely welcome Mississippians to Tiger Stadium.

More information about the concert can be found below.


If you haven’t purchased a ticket and are still wanting to go, you’re in luck. Ticketmaster has a few left all around the stadium. You may want to hurry though.


The stadium will enforce a clear bag policy. Clear totes, plastic ziptop bags, small clutches, and items that are related to a medical condition will be allowed inside the stadium. Backpacks, outside food, beverages, and video cameras are not allowed.

Photo courtesy of LSU Sports Net.

Find more information on the safety guidelines here.


One question you’ll surely have is “Where do I park?” LSU has released a map of all locations where parking is still available.

Parking Map courtesy of LSU


Motorhome parking passes are available for purchase in the Touchdown Village 1 parking lot off of South Quad Drive. Motorhomes are allowed to enter beginning Friday, April 29, at 5 p.m. CT. Spaces are $250 for the weekend. Specific spaces are not reserved.


Day-of-concert paid parking will consist of the following lots with the following opening times:

  • Lots 408 and 409 – open at 5 p.m. – cost $30
  • Lot 104 – open at 4 p.m. – cost $40
  • If weather conditions are favorable, Old Front Nine will also be open for day of event parking for $30.
  • All lots are cashless. Credit card only.


Free parking is available in the Levee lots, Hayfield lot, lots located east of Highland Rd (Parker Coliseum), and lots north of campus near Spruce Hall.

Free ADA parking with a shuttle is available in Lot 406 off of Skip Bertman Drive. After the concert, the shuttle will pick up in front of Nicholson Gateway.


  • North Stadium, South Stadium, and West Stadium roads will be shut down to general traffic from 7 a.m. until the conclusion of the event. 
  • Campus will be restricted to permits only starting at 7 a.m. 
  • Post-Concert – Nicholson Dr from Skip Bertman to the entrance to Lot 104
  • Post-Concert – Skip Bertman from Nicholson to the Railroad Tracks 
  • Post-Concert – Nicholson Southbound only from West Chimes to Skip Bertman 


Contraflow will be happening post-concert. The zone in which you park indicates which direction you will be headed during your exit. The arrows on the parking map will assist with this. LSU indicated directions below according to zone:

  • Pink Zone: Exit North onto Nicholson Dr towards i10
  • Orange Zone: Exit East towards Highland Rd primarily through Dalrymple Dr.
  • Green Zone: Exit West on Skip Bertman towards River Rd, can then go Northbound or Southbound on River Rd
  • Yellow Zone: Vehicles in lots 404 and 401 will exit South on Nicholson. Vehicles in lots 400, 402, and 403 will exit Westbound on South Quad Dr. Vehicles in lots 408, 409, 411, and LA House will exit Westbound on Gourrier Ave with the option to continue down Burbank Dr or South on Nicholson Dr 
  • Blue Zone: Exit campus Westbound either on South Stadium Dr or South Quad Dr towards Highland Rd

If that’s not enough more information on things such as purchases, wristbands, instructions, and even where bathrooms are located, more can be found here.