Parking for the show is free, and there are a few different lots that concertgoers can choose from:
West of the venue, across from Indiana Avenue.
West of Indiana. If you're coming from the north, take Marsha Sharp Freeway --> Texas Tech Parkway --> Knoxville Avenue. If you're coming from the south, it's 19th Street and Texas Tech Parkway --> Parkway --> Knoxville Avenue.
Carpooling is also encouraged since things can get a little crazy during a big country music show.
For those with handicapped parking tags/license plates, go west on Main Street from Flint Avenue to the lot directly north of the USA.
The map here provides everything you need to know.
What you can't bring into the show
As always, you can't just bring whatever you want into the United Supermarkets Arena. The below list, provided by the venue, shows what items are barred from the show:
Professional-style cameras & cameras with lenses longer than 3 inches
Video/Audio recording devices
Laser pointers/laser pens/flashlights/noisemakers
Weapons of any kind (knives, tazers, mace, guns, chains, studded/spiked jewelry, etc.)
Backpacks, large purses
Glass containers or cans of any kind
Outside food and beverage, coolers
Tobacco products, e-cigarettes, illegal drugs or paraphenalia of any kind
Sticks, poles for signs / banners
Animals other than aid dogs
Any item considered a danger to the artist or the public
No guns, either
Open carry is always prohibited at the United Supermarkets Arena. Additionally, concealed handgun license (CHL) holders are not permitted to enter with a weapon.
No smoking allowed
From the United Supermarkets Arena's press release:
The Arena is a non-smoking venue. The designated smoking section for this event will be outside the northeast doors of the Arena. Violators of the facility’s no smoking policy or carrying any of the prohibited items will be subject to ejection from the facility.
Handbags will be inspected
Be careful what you carry in your handbag, as all handbags will be thoroughly inspected.