The most convenient parking for visitors to the Music Building, Stella Boyle Smith Concert Hall and the Lewis E. Eply Jr., Band Building is the Stadium Parking Garage.
Prior to 5 P.M. visitors will need to park in numbered parking spaces and pay at the booths near the elevators. Parking is $1.50 per hour and can be paid by cash or Razorbucks. The machines do not give change. Credit cards are no longer accepted. There is also a new option to use your cell phone to pay for parking. Go to http://us.parkmobile.com/ for more information about the cell phone option.
After 5 P.M. parking in the Stadium Garage is free. Be careful to observe all signs about parking restrictions.
Exit on the top level (Bus Depot) of the Stadium Garage. The Band Hall is the first building to the South. The Arkansas Union is the first building to the North. The Stella Boyle Smith Concert Hall in the Fine Arts Building is directly across the street. The Music Building is directly behind the Fine Arts Building as you cross the street and can be accessed by walking through Fine Arts or outside along the building. Fine Arts and Music are connected by a second-story glass bridge.
A limited number of parking meters are available in the small lot between the Fine Arts and Music Buildings. There is a twenty-minute time limit for parking there and this is strictly enforced by Parking & Transit.
If you would like to drop off or pick up someone from the Music Building, turn right off of Dickson Street just past the Greek Theater onto Ozark Ave. which curves in front of one of the entrances to the Music Building.
Is the Stella Boyle Smith Concert Hall in the Music Building?
No, the Stella Boyle Smith Concert Hall is on the first floor of the Fine Arts Building.
Is the Lewis E. Eply Band Building the same as the Music Building?
No, the Band Building is separate from the Music Building.
Where is the Music Library?
The Performing Arts & Media Library, including scores and sound recordings, is housed on the lowest level of Mullins Library, directly North of the Music Building. The Performing Arts and Media Library can be contacted at (479) 575-5517.