What you need to know if you’re going to see U2
When U2 takes the stage at Michigan State University's Spartan Stadium on Sunday night, it will be the largest concert ever seen in Mid-Michigan. If you're going, there are some things you should know as you navigate around campus.
First of all, you need to allow yourself plenty of time to arrive, taking into consideration the large amount of traffic and numerous construction projects taking place in and around the MSU campus. Parking maps and instructions can be found in more detail on the on the MSU event site.
Specifically for patrons traveling via US-127, Harrison Road between Trowbridge Rd. and Shaw LN. is currently closed . There may be significant delays for traffic coming in through US-127. On campus parking areas will be open beginning at 3PM with stadium gates opening at 5:30PM. MSU prohibits alcohol on campus and no bags of any kind, including purses are allowed in the stadium. In addition, if you plan to stay overnight in the Lansing area, many hotels are booked already. Find more info on the Greater Lansing Convention & Visitors Bureau's special web page.