Where to Park at the 2015 Miami Open Tennis Tournament


The Miami Open Tennis Tournament marks the unofficial beginning of spring. As the tennis world turns its attention from the West Coast to the East Coast, the best tennis players in the world will descend on Miami for a fantastic two-week event. The Miami Open features each of the top 75 ranked women in the world, and 74 of the top 75 men, including all of the top 50. Parking at such a prestigious event will of course be at a premium, and we have all of the Miami Open parking information you need to get around and have a great time.

General Parking

Miami Open general parking is located across the street from the Miami Seaquarium. Follow the signs on Crandon Boulevard. Shuttles run continuously from the General Parking area to the Main Gate entrance. General parking costs $15 per vehicle and cannot be purchased in advance. General parking closes two hours after the end of the last match. There is no overnight parking.

Disabled Parking

Miami Open Disabled Parking is available in Crandon Lot 2. The shuttle bus will take guests to the South Gate entrance near Gate H. A valid handicap pass and driver’s license is required, and disabled parking is complimentary. Lot 2 closes two hours after the end of the last match. There is no overnight parking.

Boxholder Parking

Boxholder parking is located in Crandon Lot 3. Boxholders have the opportunity to purchase one Crandon Lot 3 pass for every two boxseats. The pass includes one individual parking pass for every session, and costs $240.

Championship Series Package Parking

Located in Crandon Lot 2, these passes cost $180. Championship Series Package holders may purchase one parking pass for every two Series Packages purchased. The pass includes one individual parking pass for every session.

400 Level Package Parking

Guests who purchase a Final Four or After Hours package may purchase parking passes for all four of their sessions. 400 Level Package parking costs $60 and is located in Crandon Lot 2.

Bike Parking

Free bicycle parking is located in Lot 4, across from the Main Gate.

Taxi Service

Taxi service is available at the entrance to Lot 3, located directly across from the Main Gate.

Will Call

Will Call and guest pick-up/drop-off is located in Lot 6, just prior to the Main Gate entrance.



McCartney and Metallica Headline a packed 2015 Lollapalooza Lineup

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Today Lollapalooza released its 2015 lineup and it looks to be one of the best in the 20 year history of the festival. Lollapalooza 2015 is scheduled to take place from July 31st to August 2nd and, as always, will be at the beautiful Grant Park in Chicago. The three headliners are Paul McCartney, Metallica, and Florence and the Machine. Paul McCartney will perform at Lollapalooza for the first time ever and will headline a packed first day of the festival that also includes top artists The Weeknd, alt-J, Kaskade, and Flying Lotus.

Metalica returns to Lollapalooza for the first time in over a decade and will be joined on day 2 of Lollapalooza by Sam Smith, Kid Cudi, Brand New, Walk the Moon, and Delta Spirit.
The final day of the 2015 Lollapalooza music festival will feature top bands Bassnectar, Of Monsters and Men, TV on the Radio, and Lord Huron, before closing with Florence and the Machine.

Lollapalooza’s 2015 lineup features a great mixture of oldies, rock, hip hop, and EDM and has something for everyone. A day by day breakdown of the 2015 Lollapalooza lineup can be found below.


Paul McCartney | The Weeknd | alt-J | Alabama Shakes | Kaskade | Dillon Francis | Gary Clark Jr. | Flying Lotus | Hot Chip | The War on Drugs | Father John Misty | Cold War Kids | DJ Snake | Sylvan Esso MS MR | Tove Lo | Glass Animals | St. Paul & the Broken Bones | First Aid Kit | DJ Mustard | James Bay | BROODS | MisterWives | What So Not | SZA | Jamestown Revival | Philip Selway | Young Thug | Coasts | DESTRUCTO | BØRNS | BADBADNOTGOOD | Mighty Oaks | Bear’s Den | Peking Duk | Black Pistol Fire | Spookyland | Gabriel Garzón-Montano | Kyle Thornton & the Company | The New Pacific | Daye Jack | The Pop Ups | Q Brothers | School of Rock All-Stars | The Jimmies | Mista Cookie Jar & the Chocolate Chips


Metallica | Sam Smith | Alesso | Tame Impala | Kid Cudi | Brand New | Carnage | G-Eazy | Walk The Moon | Tyler, The Creator | The Tallest Man On Earth | Banks | Chet Faker | Sturgill Simpson | Death From Above 1979 | Toro Y Moi | Charli XCX | Django Django | Boys Noize | Delta Spirit | RL Grime | Givers | Ryn Weaver | Travi$ Scott | CAKED UP | Hermitude | Wet | HOLYCHILD | Catfish and the Bottlemen | Zella Day | Mt. Eden | Jessica Hernandez & The Deltas | SNBRN | Elle King | Beat Connection | Mick Jenkins | Raury | Jack Novak | Pell White Sea | Hippo Campus | COIN | Danny Weinkauf | School of Rock All-Stars | The Jimmies | Mista Cookie Jar & the Chocolate Chips | The Helmets


Florence + the Machine | Bassnectar | Of Monsters and Men | A$AP Rocky | TV On The Radio | NERO | Kygo | twenty one pilots | Nicky Romero | Marina and The Diamonds | FKA twigs | Lord Huron | Gogol Bordello | Stromae | ODESZA | LOGIC | The Chainsmokers | Wild Belle | Twin Peaks | Angus & Julia Stone | George Ezra | Strand of Oaks | MOON TAXI | Shakey Graves | Galantis | Night Terrors of 1927 | Alison Wonderland | Circa Waves | DMA’s | Sheppard | Mako | Skylar Spence | The Wombats | Halsey | Lion Babe | Black Tiger Sex Machine | VÉRITÉ | jackLNDN | ZEBRA KATZ | The Lonely Biscuits | SirenXX | In The Whale | Atarah Valentine | The Pop Ups | Danny Weinkauf | Motown Pete | Q Brothers | School of Rock All-Stars



Where to Park and What to do at the 2015 NCAA Tournament East Regional Final

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March Madness is officially underway and many people have already seen their bracket get busted. Whether it was Iowa State, Villanova, Virginia or someone else, people have already watched their bracket go up in flames. However, those who will be in Syracuse starting on Thursday will be able to watch some great basketball, along with teams that potentially busted their bracket.

Parking Guide

For your trip to Syracuse to watch the finals of the East regional, it is important to know where to park your vehicle. For ease of convenience, follow this table to find the parking option that suits you best.

Irving Garage 500-598 Van Buren St

Syracuse, NY 13210

1 Hour – $3.50

2 Hours – $5.50

3 Hours – $7.50

4 Hours – $9.50

5 Hours – $11.50

Daily – $15

After 5pm – $5

0.05 miles
University Ave Garage 106 Walnut Pl

Syracuse, NY 13210

1 Hour – $3.50

2 Hours – $5.50

3 Hours – $7.50

4 Hours – $9.50

5 Hours – $11.50

Daily – $15

After 5pm – $5

0.63 miles
Harrison Center 510 Burt St

Syracuse, NY 13202

Hourly – $1.75

Daily – $14

0.66 miles
Booth Garage 400 Marshall St

Syracuse, NY 13210

1 Hour – $2

2 Hours – $3

3 Hours – $4

4 Hours – $5

5 Hours –$6.50

Daily – $7

After 5pm – $4

0.67 miles

Attractions near the Carrier Dome

Since the games don’t start until later in the day, attendees of the tournament will likely be searching for things to do to pass the time until tipoff. Just under three miles away is Destiny USA, a six-story super-regional shopping and entertainment complex. Inside the extravagant mall are 200 stores, a cinema, numerous restaurants and a serviceable food court.

For museum junkies, the Everson Museum of Art is under one mile away from the Carrier Dome. If you like museums but art isn’t your cup of tea, then the Erie Canal Museum could be the place for you. This museum provides the history of the Erie Canal for all to learn.

If you are bringing little ones along with you, the Rosamond Gifford Zoo is just over two miles away from the dome. The zoo offers your typical zoo animals, along with a nice aquarium to keep the children fascinated for an hour or two.

No. 4 Louisville vs. No. 8 N.C. State

This game will tipoff at 7:37 on Friday, March 27th.  To get to this point, Louisville snuck by UC Irvine before going on to beat Northern Iowa in the round of 32. N.C. State beat LSU before beating the top seeded Villanova Wildcats in the round of 32. The Wolfpack are one of the teams that busted many brackets during the opening weekend. Louisville opens this game as a slight favorite, but expect the Wolfpack to be riding high after upending the Wildcats of Villanova.

No. 3 Oklahoma vs. No. 7 Michigan State

Following the aforementioned game, the third-seeded Oklahoma Sooners beat Albany in the second round and then went on to defeat a pesky Dayton squad. Tom Izzo’s Spartans beat Georgia before upsetting the second-seeded Virginia Cavaliers. This is the second straight year where Izzo’s boys knocked Virginia out of the tournament. The Spartans are the early favorite to win this game, even if Oklahoma is the better seed. Michigan State always shows up to play in March, but Buddy Hield will look to push Oklahoma to the elite eight.