Two big sports events set for downtown York Friday night, but Revs vow plenty of parking
Friday night will be a big sports night in downtown York.
Both the York Revolution and the York High Bearcats football team have games at facilities — Small Field and PeoplesBank Park — that are practically side by side.
That means Small Field parking will be unavailable for Revs' fans.
Revs' officials, however, are assuring their baseball fans that there will be plenty of parking options for the team’s 6:30 p.m. game against the Long Island Ducks.The Bearcats face longtime rival Lancaster McCaskey at 7 p.m. Friday at Small Field.
Through an agreement with the Susquehanna Commerce Center, Revs' fans will be able to park in the Susquehanna Commerce Center garage for free after 5:30 p.m. that afternoon.
In addition, a number of private and public lots within walking distance of PeoplesBank Park will be operational as usual. For information on those, visit downtownyorkpa.com/parking.
“It’s an exciting time to be a sports fan in York,” Revs' president Eric Menzer said in a news release. “High school football is returning, and we’re still in the hunt for another postseason run. We’re very appreciative of the Commerce Center’s assistance in accommodating the diehard Revs fans who’ll be coming out to help us defend our Atlantic League championship, and we wish the Bearcats luck in their game as well.”