Park & Ride Shuttle SOLD OUT - How Can You Get to the #SITW Festival

Starting Thursday, you'll be seeing much more traffic near the Oceanfront and around hotels in Hampton Roads ahead of the Something in the Water Festival. Crews are putting the finishing touches on the Oceanfront stage, where some musical artists will perform this weekend.

Wednesday night, festival organizers announced Park & Ride shuttle passes sold out and told visitors to use ride-sharing services or arrive extra early to park in public lots. 

If you plan on taking an Uber or Lyft to the festival, it won't take you to the entrance on the sand at 10th Street. It'll drop you off at the Virginia Beach Convention Center, which is about a mile and a half away. 

It's the only designated drop off point for ride sharing apps. From there you can get on a trolley that'll take you to the entrance.

Trolleys cost $2 a ride, and you can pay with exact change or by downloading the new GoHRT app for mobile pay. They're expected to run every day of the concert. 

If you decide to take a risk and drive your car down, city officials say 3,000 parking spots are available at the Oceanfront, between street parking and garages. 

The designated parking place for the festival is at the Virginia Beach Amphitheater off Dam Neck Road. Parking there is free, and a shuttle will transport festival-goers from there to the Oceanfront. 

source: WAVY TV 10

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