As we get closer to opening Enmarket Arena, the City of Savannah and Oak View Group is focused on providing the best experience possible for all guests attending events at the arena. Due to some delays in construction and supply chain issues as a result of COVID-19, we have implemented a temporary parking plan to provide parking solutions and minimize traffic impacts to the surrounding neighborhoods, as we work on the completion of the permanent parking lot adjacent to the arena as well as the surrounding infrastructure to and from the arena.

Although there may be hiccups along the way, we ask that you bare with us as we work through the logistics and understand that this is both temporary and a means to still provide great entertainment for Savannah. The opening of the Enmarket Arena is a huge milestone for our community and we will need everyone's cooperation to make the transition as smooth as possible until more permanent infrastructure improvements are completed later in 2022.


  • Event ticketholders planning to drive and park near the arena will need to pre-purchase/reserve a parking space in a temporary parking lot in advance. Ticketholders will then receive specific instructions about the route(s) to take to their reserved lots before the event. 

  • It is essential for guests to follow the directions provided if they're planning to drive and park to reduce traffic backups and neighborhood impacts.

  • If you do not pre-purchase/reserve parking in advance, you will not be able to purchase parking near the arena when you arrive.

  • We highly encourage guests to park at parking garages/street parking in the downtown historic districts and access the FREE trolleys that will be provided on event days to and from the Enmarket Arena. Trolley pickup location will be at the corner of Liberty & Barnard St.(Se below map) Trolleys will run 1.5 hours before show start and stop running 1 hour after show ends.

  • We also suggest using rideshare. A dedicated location for rideshare and trolley pickup/drop off will be available and specified on the below map.



  • HOW TO: 

    • On the left side of your screen, choose your parking lot option (use map below to locate designated lots as well as routes to/from lots OR download here), first come, first served.​

    • Once you choose your parking lot option, it will be added to your cart for checkout.

    • You will be promoted to sign into your Ticketmaster account or create an account before checkout.

    • Once you complete checkout, your reserved parking passes will be added to your Ticketmaster account digitally. 

    • Parking passes will be scanned off of your smartphone before entering your reserved lot on the day of the show.

    • Your reserved parking passes are only good for the parking lot you chose. You will be sent further information via email on the best route(s) to take to your reserved parking lot before the event. 

    • Lots will be held for prepaid parking until scheduled showtime on the ticket. If there is still space available after the show has started, you are still permitted to enter the lot, but we can not guarantee a space after the schedule showtime. Prepaid tickets may also be accepted in other lots that may not be at capacity when the show starts, but this can not be guaranteed.


  • Premium ticketholders and suite holders will park in the Enmarket Arena parking garage (A on the below map).

  • You will be issued the number of parking passes as specified on your account by your account rep.

  • All parking passes will be digital and will be scanned before entering the parking garage.

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  • The two main road projects at Stiles Avenue and Gwinnett Street, along with construction of some of the parking lots, will lag behind the opening of the arena.

  • To minimize the disruption to the neighborhoods, the city of Savannah and OVG are working with the top traffic consultants in the industry to develop a short-term plan. While the situation is not ideal, it is temporary.

  • Those who live closest to the site will receive information directly from the city about potential impacts but should expect higher traffic volumes in the hours immediately before and after events.

  • The city will also implement measures to discourage event attendees from parking in residential areas.