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Reserve your tailgating space with $50 donation

Tailgating has become part of the Pops at the Post tradition, and so has jockeying for a good spot.
The parking lots that First Bank and the Salisbury Post use on South Church Street will be opened at 1 p.m. Saturday.
If you’d like to avoid the rush and stake out your spot early, you can — with a $50 donation to Pops at the Post.
To do that, you’ll need to get in touch with Phillip Winters at the Post, 704-797-4205 or pwinters@salisburypost.com.
Several spots have already been reserved.
The map on Page 10F of this section shows the numbered tailgate spaces. There are 40 in all.
Choose your spot and email or call Winters to see if it’s still available.
Pops at the Post thanks you for the tax-deductible donation.
Meanwhile, here are some guidelines for all tailgaters:
• One tent per vehicle. Tents cannot exceed 10 feet by 10 feet, and must stay directly behind vehicles, with no overflow into other parking spaces.
• Cars or trucks only. No flatbed trailers or oversized vehicles.
• No pets.
• No alcohol.
• Please be quiet once the concert starts.

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