With Special Guests:
Michael Kiwanuka & Mystery Jets
SLEEP TRAIN AMPHITHEATRE
We are expecting a capacity crowd for Mumford & Sons at Sleep Train Amphitheatre tonight. Traffic on all freeways southbound towards the Amphitheatre, especially I-805 and Auto Park Drive leading to Sleep Train Amphitheatre, will be quite heavy mid-afternoon and evening.
Given the very large fan turnout expected, venue officials strongly urge fans to take note of the following information:
ARRIVE EARLY TO AVOID MISSING ANY OF THE SHOW!
Heavy traffic is anticipated at and around the venue for this show. Fans are strongly encouraged to arrive at venue early to help avoid traffic delays.
Fans are also encouraged to check traffic patterns before getting on the road in order to better plan their route. Go to: www.sigalert.com and www.511.com up to the minute traffic information.
The venue parking lots will open at 3:30 PM. Doors will open at 5:30 PM. The show will begin at 7:00 PM.
Directions to Sleep Train Amphitheatre & Traffic Tips:
From the North: 805 south, Exit Main Street/Auto Park Drive. Proceed east approximately 3 miles and Sleep Train Amphitheatre will be on your right hand side at 2050 Entertainment Circle, Chula Vista, 91911.
If traffic is backed up at the Telegraph Canyon Rd or Olympic exits:
Stay to the left until you get close to the Main Street/Auto Park Dr. exit.
If traffic is backed up at the Auto Park Dr. exit:
Drive past the Auto Park Dr. Exit and exit at Palm Ave. (one exit south). Turn left and cross over the freeway, then turn left again on to the I-805 North. Then exit at Auto Park Drive.
Carpooling is also crucial. The small difference between four versus three people riding per car results in thousands of fewer vehicles on the road, greatly streamlining traffic and parking, not to mention reducing harmful exhaust emissions.
Permitted Items –
Non-professional cameras (personal, point-and-click cameras without detachable lenses)
Audio recording equipment (No tripods or boom mics, however)
These Items are NOT allowed today --
Professional Cameras (with long, detachable lenses)
Video recording equipment
Sharp or Dangerous items