News Release, Town of La Plata
Final Concert of the Season! Friday, August 30th: 6 PM to 9 PM
Make sure to check out our information page about the
August 30th Sam Grow Concert! There will no parking available at Town Hall for the concert. Food vendors on site – Chick-fil-A La Plata, Circus Ice Cream, Pizza Hotline, Food Trailer Supporting Lifestyles, and Ohana Snow Shaved Ice will be set up in the parking lot.
Roads leading to Town Hall will be closed starting at 4 pm. La Grange Avenue from Centennial Street to Town Hall and Queen Anne Street will be closed for the duration of the event, from 4 pm to 9:30 pm.
Limited handicapped parking will be available in the Mon Ros parking lot. The vehicle must have a handicapped tag or placard. Please enter from La Grange Ave and the Town of La Plata staff will assist. The parking is first come first serve.
There will be no parking available at Town Hall for this concert. Parking is available at Sacred Heart Church. There are a number of residences around Town Hall. Please respect the people who live nearby and not park in or block any residential lots or driveways. We ask that you not park in lots adjacent to or used by any open businesses when attending events at Town Hall. The private residences and businesses may tow your vehicle from their lot. Please do not park along any yellow painted curb, on grass, or in front of any fire hydrant. Overall, please be respectful of others.
Please remember there is no smoking, no alcohol, and no pets on the grounds of Town Hall during events.
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