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ParkMobile partners with Charleston Coliseum and Convention Center to offer parking reservations for concerts and events

ParkMobile, the leading parking app in the United States, announced its partnership with Charleston Coliseum and Convention Center, the biggest event arena and convention center in West Virginia. With the ParkMobile app, visitors of the venue can now reserve their parking in advance of concerts and events. This convenient option is available just in time for the fans of James Taylor and His All-Star Band, who have held onto their tickets since the pandemic disrupted their concert in 2020. The event has been rescheduled to this Friday, August 6th, at the Charleston Coliseum, where they will be in the company of very special guest Jackson Browne.

Reserving a parking space at Charleston Coliseum and Convention Center is quick and easy. A user can go to to view a full list of upcoming events with all the available parking options. Users can filter the parking options for specific needs like room for oversized vehicles and more. The user can then reserve a space, which can be redeemed at the parking lot or garage on the day of the event using a mobile pass or a printed permit. Reservations can also be made through the ParkMobile app on both iPhone and Android devices. Pricing for parking will vary based on the event. Parking reservations are currently available for James Taylor on August 6th as well as a dozen more events throughout the rest of the year.

ParkMobile ranks as the #1 parking app nationally, with more than 25 million users, and currently provides parking reservations at some of the top entertainment venues in the U.S., including Prudential Center in Newark, NJ, State Farm Arena in Atlanta, GA, and Spectrum Center in Charlotte, NC.

ParkMobile has a large customer base in West Virginia with about 170,000 registered users. The app is widely available throughout the state in most major cities including Charleston, Huntington, Morgantown, Charles Town, Harpers Ferry, and more. The app is also available on the campus of West Virginia University. Beyond the state, the ParkMobile app can be used to pay for parking in over 450 cities in the U.S., including many in the Mid-Atlantic region such as New York City, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Washington, D.C., and more.

“We are very excited to partner with ParkMobile,” says Oak View Group Facilities’ Veronica Ratcliff, Director of Marketing and Sales of Charleston Coliseum & Convention Center. “This new partnership with ParkMobile will make parking easier and create a better guest experience for everyone who visits the Coliseum and Convention Center.”

“ParkMobile is thrilled to partner with the largest events arena in West Virginia, Charleston Coliseum & Convention Center,” says Jeff Perkins, CEO of ParkMobile. “Now, visitors will not have to worry about where to park their cars whenever they attend events at the venue.”

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