November 4, 2019 – Hornets Sports & Entertainment today announced a partnership with ParkMobile, the leading provider of smart parking and mobility solutions in North America, to provide parking reservations for events at Spectrum Center.
Using the website spectrumcenter.parkmobile.io, Spectrum Center guests can easily find and reserve parking at seven different lots around the venue, with plans to continue adding more locations over the next few months. Users can filter the available parking lots for specific needs, including tailgating, room for oversized vehicles, and more. Pricing for the lots currently ranges from $6 to $30, but could be more expensive depending on the event. People can also make reservations at Spectrum Center using the ParkMobile or Park It Charlotte apps.
Patrons can start making parking reservations through ParkMobile starting today, just in time for a week with three Hornets home games and Elton John’s Farewell Yellow Brick Road Tour on Wednesday, November 6.
ParkMobile provides smart parking and mobility programs for some of North America’s most prestigious event venues, including Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Soldier Field in Chicago, Prudential Center in Newark, T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas and FirstEnergy Stadium in Cleveland.
“Spectrum Center is the premier destination for sports and entertainment in the Carolinas, and we pride ourselves on providing a great experience for all of our guests,” said Hornets Sports & Entertainment Executive Vice President & Spectrum Center General Manager Donna Julian. “This partnership with ParkMobile is another way that we can make it easier for fans to attend events in our building.”
The new partnership with Spectrum Center extends ParkMobile’s presence in Charlotte. The Park It Charlotte app, powered by ParkMobile has been available for on-street parking in the market since 2011 and there are over 70,000 users in the local area. ParkMobile service is also available at the UNC Charlotte campus.
“We are excited about our new partnership with Spectrum Center in Charlotte that will make parking much easier for events,” said Jon Ziglar, CEO of ParkMobile. “Thousands of people already use ParkMobile or Park It Charlotte apps to pay for on-street parking in the local area. Now they can use the same app to make a parking reservation for events and have a guaranteed spot when they go to the arena.”