You Will Pay $60 for Two-Day Parking Pass At B-93 Birthday Bash

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B-93 Birthday Bash crowed in 2013.

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (May 14, 2014) — While admission tickets to the popular B-93 Birthday Bash country concerts are free and available at select locations called “ticket stops,” parking passes for the two-day event are $60 and only available in advance, according to online information from US-131 Motorsports Park, the site of this year’s event.

The two-day parking passes are available online here.

Parking has been a challenge over the years for the event, which is in its 22nd year bringing in top country music talent, established and up-and-coming. The 2013 event proved particularly troublesome, with traffic on US-131 backed up for three miles and some fans unable to make it to the concert site.

Grounds open at 8 a.m. each day, with admission to the concert area at 10 a.m. Reserved seating tickets are available in advance online for $39.99.

“New for 2014 the Allegan County Sheriff Dept. is requesting no tailgating in the event parking lot,” says the parking pass page on the US-131 Motorsports Park web site.

The talent lineup for Saturday, June 7 includes Dierks Bentley, Colt Ford, Jerrod Niemann, Parmalee, Eric Paslay, and Lucy Hale. Appearing Sunday, June 8, are Justin Moore, Brett Eldridge, Cole Swindell, Chase Rice, Will Hoge, Danielle Bradbery, and The Cadillac Three.

Visitors will not be allowed to bring in food nor drink. Other restrictions apply.

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  • Maria

    If they're going to charge that much for parking, they'd better work on getting some bigger performers. I've only ever heard of one of the entertainers on the list and I wouldn't pay $60 to see him.

  • Ashley

    Some people aren’t able to make both days. Crappy that we have to pay 60$ all together even if we can’t make it one day. B 93 bash? free? Lol OK.

  • khanes

    We quit going after driving all the way down a several years ago with a load of teenage girls who had tshirts and all the B93 goodies they could afford at the ticket giveaway location. We were less than 15 minutes away when they announced no parking was available, therefore no admittance. We'll never go back, what a long drive home with upset teens.

  • Bethanne

    This is Not a Free Concert :( I can't believe they are charging Double of what they did last year for Parking! I have went to everyone of the Birthday Bash's from the Start except for One in 2008 due to having Surgery :( 20 Bashes total and last year will probably be my last one! I will not pay $60 for parking!…………..Bye – Bye Bash :(