She said the initial crowd estimate of 8,000 for the Gramm performance was exaggerated.
“There were only 4,000 people there. This concert [tonight] is a more popular concert. You get 8,000 or 10,000 people, where are they going to park? We can’t afford to change [the price]. You have to clean up the next day and pay the liability insurance,” Seekins-Smith said.
Paradowski said her advice to satellite parking lot owners would be to cut their fees.
“No sense in being greedy. I think if they’d kept it at $5, they’d have done a lot better. But people get dollar signs in front of their eyes,” the promoter said.
So. Was that lot filled up? Or might Seekins-Smith start to rethink $10 parking? I'd love to hear from people that were there.