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Time to drop the tailgate

Want to tailgate with friends before Pops at the Post, but you’d rather not compete for a place to do it?
Spaces are available for reservation.
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. The donation is tax-deductible.
The parking lots that First Bank and the Salisbury Post use on South Church Street will be opened at 1 p.m. on Saturday, June 1.
There are about 40 spaces total available for reservation, and some spots remain open.
To check on available spaces, get in touch with Phillip Winters at the Post, 704-797-4205 or pwinters@salisburypost.com.
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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