Beachland to offer free shuttle service for tonight's Frank Turner show

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If you've been to a concert at the Beachland Ballroom and Tavern lately, you know the area surrounding the club is undergoing an extensive streetscaping project. To accommodate fans coming out for tonight's sold out Frank Turner show or for Walk All Over Waterloo, the club is offering a free shuttle service. "Concert patrons and gallery wanderers will be able to park at the FoodBank parking lot at 15500 South Waterloo, where their car will be watched all night, and patrons will be shuttled in a 12 passenger van to the Beachland only a minute away," says co-owner Cindy Barber in a press release she sent our way. "The shuttle will do the loop between the FoodBank and Beachland continuously between 6:30 and 12:30." If you're coming from the west, exit at East 152nd St. and go straight on South Waterloo to the Foodbank, the second building on the right. If you're arriving from the east, exit at East 140th St. and circle around to go back east on Souther Waterloo and then cross East 152nd St.

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