Fans attending the Luke Combs concert, Saturday, September 4th, can help benefit two local non-profit organizations by simply parking their car.
Thanks to a special license from the Town of Boone, the Boone Sunrise Rotary Club and the Southern Appalachian Historical Association will be selling parking spaces in the lot adjacent to Daniel Boone Amphitheatre, home of the Horn in the West Outdoor Drama.
Parking spaces are $40 each (cash only) and will be available, first-come-first-serve, starting at 2pm Saturday afternoon. The parking lot is located at 591 Horn in the West Drive in Boone and easily accessible to US 321 and NC Hwy 105 in the heart of Boone.
Attendees can expect a 20-minute walk to Kidd Brewer Stadium, following Rivers Street on the Appalachian State University campus.
All proceeds from the sales of parking spaces will be divided evenly between the Boone Sunrise Rotary Club and the Southern Appalachian Historical Association.
The Boone Sunrise Rotary club was chartered in 1986 and serves as a social, professional, and humanitarian organization. The club and its members donate thousands of dollars annually and provide community service hours to various projects throughout the High Country.
The mission of the Southern Appalachian Historical Association is to explore, preserve, and share the region’s rich cultural heritage. They accomplish that mission through theatrical, educational, and museum programming. Their geographical area covered is Watauga and adjacent counties.