Parking: Campus lots will open at 3 p.m. Sunday, with most charging a $20 per-vehicle fee. There is no fee for the commuter lot at Mt. Hope Road and Farm Lane, though shuttle service to the stadium will be $5 per person.
Surface lots and garages in downtown East Lansing will charge rates of $1.50 per hour. A parking map can be found at CityofEastLansing.com.
Stadium entrance: Fans can queue up starting at 7 a.m. Sunday, though securing a good spot is relevant only if you’re holding a general admission field ticket.
Gates will open at 5:30 p.m., about 90 minutes before opening act Florence and the Machine takes the stage. (U2’s two-hour show is scheduled to start at about 8:45 p.m.)
If you’ve got a field ticket, you must enter through the stadium’s north tunnel. Other ticketholders may enter through any gate except H.
Alcohol ban: No open alcohol is allowed outdoors on campus, but tailgating without alcohol will be permitted. Officials say the alcohol ban will be actively enforced Sunday.
Off-campus restaurants and bars in downtown East Lansing will be open for business, and many will feature Sunday specials for concertgoers.
Other prohibited items include: Bags and purses of all sizes, bottles and cans (including water), banners and signs, umbrellas and video cameras.
For a full list of stadium policies, go to http://special.news.msu.edu/u2.a