Endicott, NY (WBNG Binghamton) Finding an open place to park may be a challenge for fans heading to the concert, and it may come at a price.
Limited parking is available off Main Street and at Glendale Technology Park, and side streets are an option if those spots aren't taken.
Homeowners use this opportunity to open their lawns to the public. Most spaces start off at $5 to $10, but they might increase as the day wears on.
Some residents even hiked the price to $20 this year, knowing Tim McGraw will be a big draw.
"I don't think it's outlandish," said Aaron Bird of Endicott. "It costs a lot of money to park at amusement parks and things like that, so I don't think that citizens around here should short themselves."
Either way, the homeowners know their spaces will be gone by the end of the night.
"About 4 o'clock this afternoon, you won't even be able to get down this street," Sally Garrett of Endicott explained. "They pour in, I swear they come out of the woodwork."
Bird and Garrett both have had full lots in past years, and expected nothing less Friday.