May 22, 2015


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Parking passes for Taylor Swift now on sale

Parking passes for Taylor Swift’s concert at Investors Group Field are now on sale.

Running $20, the passes will let attendees park on-campus on June 22 at the University of Manitoba.

Taylor Swift and Ed Sheeran are at Investors Group Field June 22.

Taylor Swift and Ed Sheeran are at Investors Group Field June 22.

The passes will work similar to those sold for the pre-season Blue Bombers game on Wednesday. Those purchasing the passes must enter and exit the campus from the route selected when buying the tickets, according to a news release.

The passes must also be visibly hung from the rear-view mirror.

Streets around the venue will have restricted parking and people are asked to arrive to the venue early. Parking attendants will be available starting 2 p.m. the day of the concert, according to the release.

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