Lucas Oil Stadium

Lucas Oil Stadium

500 S. Capitol Ave.,
Indianapolis, IN

Upcoming Events

Oct 29
10 locations
Oct 30
33 locations
Nov 10
6 locations
Bands of America: Thursday Prelims
Parking starting at $7
Nov 11
10 locations
Bands of America: Friday Prelims
Parking starting at $6
Nov 12
8 locations
Bands of America: Semifinals
Parking starting at $6
Nov 12
12 locations
Bands of America: Finals
Parking starting at $5
Nov 20
33 locations
Nov 24
34 locations
Nov 25 - 26
Ihsaa Football Championships
2 dates
Dec 3
9 locations
Big Ten Football Championship Game
Parking starting at $22
Dec 11
32 locations
Houston Texans at Indianapolis Colts
Parking starting at $5
Jan 1
33 locations
Feb 11
8 locations
Monster Jam
Parking starting at $9
Mar 18
4 locations
Monster Energy AMA Supercross
Parking starting at $25


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About Lucas Oil Stadium

It isn’t often that a stadium lives up to its name, but in the case of Lucas Oil Stadium, the structure works like a well-oiled machine. It’s been home to the Indianapolis Colts, the Big Ten Football Championship and the NCAA Men’s and Women’s Final Four; making Lucas Oil Stadium parking a gateway to a myriad of big-ticket events.


Located in Indianapolis, east of the White River, Lucas Oil Stadium was opened to the public in August 2008 to replace the outdated RCA Stadium that preceded it. Lucas Oil Stadium also features a gabled roof, the peak of which runs north-south of the field. With thousands of sports fans attending the game, it will be hard to find Colts parking in advance of the game. A retractable roof will keep the fans dry, but drivers looking for Colts are out of luck. However, if these same people book their Colts parking spots in advance with ParkWhiz, they can stay dry and park early, while everyone else plays chicken in the parking lot while it rains.

The stadium’s blue and white color scheme dovetails with that of its primary tenant, the Indianapolis Colts. The Colts have a winding history, with various past incarnations around the east coast before settling in Baltimore for thirty years, then moving to Indianapolis in 1984. The Colts won the Super Bowl twice--once in 1970 before the move, and in 2006 after the move to Indianapolis. The Colts also won the AFC conference championship in 1970, 2006 and 2009, the latter two spearheaded by Peyton Manning.

In addition to regular seating, there are several luxury suites for private parties, including the Quarterback Suite, with can hold over 200 people for parties or other get-togethers. There are also 58 permanent concession stands in the stadium, along with room for 90 more. Other features include a colossal retractable roof, 13 escalators, 11 elevators for passengers, 800 restrooms and HD displays to display the highlights of the game. Even with all the technical innovations in roofing, high-def screens and the like, the Lucas Oil parking situation will always be difficult. You don’t want to be caught without a Colts parking space, especially if you have the best seats in the house. If you plan ahead and book a Lucas stadium parking space in advance with ParkWhiz, this won’t be a problem.

By making use of ParkWhiz, you can beat out the crowd. All you need to do is find your game or concert, pay a fee for around the price as a dozen doughnuts, book your Colts parking place and print out your parking pass. Once you bring your parking pass with you and do the electric slide into your spot, you don’t have to be troubled with Lucas Oil Stadium parking - let ParkWhiz take care of it for you!

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