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Fans with assigned parking will receive information and details that will be mailed with their season tickets. Other ticket holders will be responsible for their own parking arrangements. There are more than 30,000 parking spaces within a 10-15 minute walk of the stadium. Parking operators lease parking spaces on a game-by-game or seasonal basis near Bank of America Stadium.
In order to reserve your parking with operators before game day, click here. This will assure your spot and allow you to pre-pay.
Game Day Navigation
The Panthers have partnered with Waze and Google maps to help navigate fans on game days. WAZE and Google maps are the ONLY GPS programs with event day traffic plans and street closures, providing accurate directions, and real-time traffic alerts to pre-purchased game day lots.
- To get started, please download Waze (iOS | Android) or Google Maps (iOS | Android) on your mobile device.
- Click to input your parking lot address, Waze or Google Maps will do the rest.
- After the road closures have been lifted, maps will automatically return to a normal traffic pattern in the app.
Recreational Vehicle Parking
Recreational vehicle parking for events at Bank of America Stadium, including Carolina Panthers and college football games, are operated by Premier Parking and Preferred Parking. For more information, including cost and locations, contact either Premier Parking at 704-726-0788 or Preferred Parking at 704-375-6014 or go to www.preferredparking.com.
I-85 from the South - Look for signs to exit at either Billy Graham Parkway, Freedom Drive, Brookshire Freeway (I-277 East) or I-77 South.
I-85 from the North - Look for signs to exit at either Sugar Creek Road, Graham Street, Statesville Avenue or I-77 South.
I-77 from the South - Look for signs to exit at either John Belk Freeway (I-277) or Trade Street.
I-77 from the North - Look for signs to exit at either Brookshire Freeway (I-277 East), Fifth Street, Trade Street, Morehead Street or John Belk Freeway (I-277).
Wilkinson Boulevard (US 74) from the West - Follow signs for John Belk Freeway (I-277) and exit at either Carson Boulevard, College Street, South Boulevard or Brevard Street.
Independence Boulevard (US 74) from the East - Follow signs for John Belk Freeway (I-277) and exit at either Sixth Street, Fourth Street, Stonewall Street or South Boulevard.
Brookshire Freeway (I-277) from the West - Look for signs to exit at either I-77 South, Graham Street, Church Street or Brevard Street.
NC 49/US 29 from the Northeast - Follow Tryon Street to Church Street.
Airport - Follow Josh Birmingham Parkway 1.5 miles to Billy Graham Parkway South. Proceed on Billy Graham to I-77 North. Look for signs to exit at either John Belk Freeway (I-277) or Trade Street.
The City of Charlotte advises fans to pick up and drop off using their preferred rideshare app at the corner of Third and Church Sts. next to Romare Bearden Park.
Non-NFL Event Parking
Bank of America Stadium offers the ability to secure parking adjacent to the stadium for non-Panthers events. Lot 1, also known as the Mint Street Parking Facility, is located at the corner of Mint and Graham streets and is directly across from the stadium's North Gate. Parking for fans with disabilities is available on a first-come, first-served basis for vehicles displaying a handicap placard. This location offers convenience and ease, offering three entrances and exits. Alcoholic beverages, grilling and open flames are prohibited in this parking lot. Maximum vehicle clearance is 7 feet.
There is no westbound traffic on Trade St from Graham to I-77. Please use 4th or 6th streets to access I-77 from Graham St.
Parking Shuttle for Fans with Disabilities
Bank of America Stadium does not have reserved handicap parking. Atrium Health Carolinas Medical Center provides a game day shuttle for guests with disabilities for Panthers games only. An accessible parking placard is required to use the service.
Patrons using the service should park at 720 E. Morehead St in Uptown. Patrons will enter from the E. Morehead side of the building and exit in rear.
The cost for this service is $40 per vehicle and begins approximately two hours prior to kickoff. You and your companions will be shuttled to the intersection of Mint, Stonewall and Graham streets adjacent to Bank of America Stadium. Guests will receive a wristband that will permit them to return to the shuttle post game. The shuttle will begin return service at half time. For more information about the parking shuttle, please call 704-358-7275.
Drop-Off Zone for Fans with Disabilities
The LYNX Blue Line offers fast, quiet, convenient light-rail service between uptown Charlotte and I-485 at South Boulevard. Parking is available at seven park and ride lots along the line. Stops at the Carson, Stonewall and Convention Center stations put you within blocks of the stadium.
NC By Train
Fans can catch a ride on Amtrak from Raleigh or seven other stops to Charlotte for 1 p.m. games. The train arrives in Charlotte three hours before kickoff and departs at 5:15 p.m.
Game day taxi service is located two blocks northeast of Bank of America Stadium on Church Street between First and Stonewall streets. Please proceed to the taxi cab stand at this location after the game if you need the services of a taxi.
Tailgating activities can create special risks to public safety due to the use of multiple open-flame cooking devices in close proximity to people, vehicles, buildings, structures and combustible vegetation. These guidelines are established to provide a set of minimum safety measures to be followed by persons wishing to engage in such activities.
Open-flame cooking devices shall not be operated within 25 feet of any building or structure and not within 10 feet of any motor vehicle.
A minimum clearance of 10 feet shall be maintained between any open-flame cooking device and dry vegetation, combustible materials, trash dumpsters or receptacles, or in close proximity to anything that can create a fire hazard.
Any parking area or lot being used for parking and tailgating activities shall be provided with metal containers for the safe disposal of coals, cinders or hot ashes. Containers shall be clearly labeled "For Coal and Ash Disposal Only." Any other trash receptacle or container shall not be used for such purpose.
Every effort shall be made to ensure that any coals or cinders are extinguished prior to disposal.
Open-flame cooking devices shall be attended at all times and shall not be used in parking decks or in any manner that will impede pedestrian or vehicle traffic.
Any other type of outdoors burning or open fire, which is not part of a cooking device, is strictly prohibited.
Please follow all State and City guidelines regarding physical distance and group size and note that these guidelines may change throughout the season.