The organisers of the four consecutive Coldplay concerts at the King Baudouin Stadium have asked fans to already purchase their parking tickets.
On the 5, 6, 8 and 9 August, Coldplay will perform at Brussels' biggest concert venue, the King Baudoin Stadium.
The concert's organisers, Brussels Expo, have asked those coming to the concert by car to pre-purchase their parking tickets at the stadium's parking lot C to prevent long lines from forming at the end of the show.
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"Parking C surrounding the stadium is proving to be the most effective choice for parking if you prefer to get to the venue by car," Brussels Expo noted in a statement, adding that "it is best to get your parking ticket at a set price of €10 in advance in order to not find yourself in a queue at end of the concert."
Furthermore, given the estimated influx of 55,000 fans from Belgium and abroad each show, the City of Brussels has informed concert-goers that public transport will be reinforced the metro line 6, tram lines 3 and 7, and the 83 bus line.
To that aim, each ticket includes an Event Pass code that entitles guests to a free return ticket from a vending machine on the day of the show.