PLYMOUTH – Plymouth High School has issued notes regarding Friday’s varsity football game between Warsaw and host Plymouth.
With the annual Blueberry Festival taking place this weekend, Plymouth High School will utilize its parking lots to help provide parking for the approximately 500,000 visitors anticipated to attend the festival. The school will operate on an honor system for Friday evening’s parking. Parents and visitors are asked to please inform parking staff they are attending the varsity football game in order to be exempt from parking fees.
Plymouth staff advise guests allow extra travel time to accommodate the line of cars that enter.
The ticket gate will open at 5:15 p.m. with ticket prices set at $6 for adults and students. Pre-school students will be admitted for free.
The visiting team entrance and exit from the field will be south past the main entrance. Visitor parking will be located in the north, south and east lots and for those tailgating, no flames will be permitted. Visitor seating will be located on the east-side of the field.
Plymouth is a smoke-free campus and guests are asked to please refrain from smoking while attending the football game. Kick-off will take place at approximately 7 p.m.