Parking

Attendees to the World Damba Festival 2012 @ Tufts must follow Tufts, Medford, and Somerville parking regulations, which vary each day of the festival.

Parking is available in the following locations, as shown on the map, with exceptions as listed below:

Dowling Hall Parking Garage at 419 Boston Avenue, Medford, MA

There is plenty of parking available in the University’s main parking garage on Boston Avenue, which is approximately a 10 minute walk to the Granoff Music Center.  Upon leaving, visitors must purchase a token for $5.00 to exit the garage. The garage is open from 6 a.m. to 12 midnight on September 14, and closed on the weekend. Overnight parking is not allowed in the garage.

Granoff Music Center Parking Lot

Visitors are welcome to park in the lot adjacent to the Granoff Music Center, off College Avenue and Lower Campus Road, after 5 p.m. on September 14 and any time on the weekend without worry of getting ticketed.  In order to park here on September 14 between 9 a.m.-5 p.m., visitors must purchase a $5 visitor parking pass from the Tufts Police Department at 419 Boston Avenue, Medford (on the first level of the Dowling Hall parking garage).  Overnight parking is not allowed.

Talbot Avenue

Visitors are welcome to park in the spaces on Talbot Avenue in front of the Granoff Music Center and Aidekman Arts Center after 5 p.m. on September 14 and any time on September 16 without worry of getting ticketed.  In order to park here on September 14 between 9 a.m.-5 p.m., visitors must purchase a $5 visitor parking pass from the Tufts Police Department at 419 Boston Avenue, Medford (on the first level of the Dowling Hall parking garage).  Overnight parking is not allowed.

Please note that Talbot Avenue will be closed to traffic on September 15 for festival activities.

College Avenue and Other Somerville and Medford City Streets

Please note that parking on College Avenue and other Somerville and Medford city streets is subject to each respective city’s posted parking regulations.