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Police Warn of Traffic In Simpsonville Wed. Night

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Police ask you to be patient and look for traffic in Simpsonville Wednesday night. Police ask you to be patient and look for traffic in Simpsonville Wednesday night.
SIMPSONVILLE, S.C. -

Simpsonville Police are warning motorists about traffic there Wednesday night due to a big concert.

Police say a concert by "Mumford and Sons" will be held at Heritage Park, Wednesday, September 11th.

They say the concert is sold out and about 14,000 people will be making their way to Heritage Park.

The police are asking concertgoers to arrive early for the concert and carpool.  They say most of the traffic will be coming in from Greenville or in the southbound lanes of I-385.

Police say travelers can use the Harrison Bridge Road exit to get to the concert instead of Fairview Road.

They say traffic will be moving slowly into the park because most of the concert traffic will be arriving within a 15 to 30 minute window.

Those back-ups may continue even after concert traffic is completely in the park.

Those attending are reminded by police to drive safely and look out for officers standing in the roadway.

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