- $8 – Adults and children (includes both music stages and majority of the Children’s Area!)
- Free – Children 6 and under
- Free – Sunday, July 3rd for Lisle residents until 3:00 pm with valid photo ID
- Free – Sunday, July 3rd for military members (active & veterans) with valid military ID
There is parking at 4 locations with shuttle buses taking visitors to front entrance of festival. NOTE: Walker Athletics parking lot will not be accessible this year. Shuttles run during festival hours only (not for the morning launches or when only the carnival is open). Please see the schedule for dates and hours.
Eyes to the Skies Parking in a larger map
B. Benet Academy: at Northwest corner of Rt. 53 & Maple Avenue – FREE SHUTTLE (2200 Maple Ave, Lisle, IL 60532)
C. Benedictine University: at Southwest corner of Maple Ave. and College Rd. – FREE SHUTTLE (5700 College Rd, Lisle, IL 60532)
D. Navistar: FREE SHUTTLE (2601 Navistar Dr. Lisle, IL 60532)
E. HANDICAP ACCESSIBLE: Just out side of the West ticket booth. $5 per vehicle.
Parking for the festival is free in one of our lots. There are spaces for more than 3,000 automobiles. Free shuttle buses take you to the festival entrance from lots B, C and D. Many local businesses now sell parking spaces near the Eyes to the Skies Festival for a price. Please understand that these lots are not connected with the Eyes to the Skies Festival and we cannot control any pricing on them. If you use them, you will still have to pay admission to the gate. Also, you will need to walk to the gate where as if you use the official Eyes to the Skies parking lots, you will have a shuttle bus bring you to the festival and drop you back off at the lot you parked in.
Special on-site secured parking for motorcycles is available for $10.00. To reach the parking site, take Yackley Avenue to Ohio Street, turn east and follow staff directions to the site. You will need to pay attendant in the parking lot.
Handicapped accessible parking is available, but you must have handicapped license plates or a State of Illinois permit to qualify. To reach the handicapped parking, take Ogden Avenue to Yackley Avenue. Go south on Yackley to Ohio Street, turn East where security personnel will direct you to the handicapped parking site.
Each day, “Serena’s Song,” the nation’s first wheelchair accessible balloon, will be giving tethered rides to children and adults with disabilities from 6 to 7:30 a.m. and from 6:00 p.m. until dusk Thursday through Saturday, weather permitting. To reserve a flight, contact SEASPAR at http://seaspar.org.