Thank you to the sponsors, volunteers, vendors, entertainers and staff who made the 2019 Heritage & Freedom Fest an entertaining and memorable experience for tens of thousands of patrons. See you in 2020, O'Fallon!

Parking and Shuttle Buses

Please note: T.R. Hughes Boulevard closes between Cool Springs Industrial and Tom Ginnever Avenue starting on July 1 at 7:00 a.m. and does not re-open until July 5 at noon.

General Parking

On July 3 and 4, free parking and shuttles are available off Tom Ginnever Avenue at Fort Zumwalt North and Christian high schools. Air-conditioned buses will drop patrons off near the festival entrance.

Premium Parking

Purchase a prime parking spot near the festival entrance for only $10 on July 3 and 4. Available on a first-come, first-served basis at the CarShield Field west parking lot.

ADA-Accessible Parking

Free parking for the disabled will be available only at Westhoff Park on July 2–4. Shuttles will be provided from the lot to the festival entrance. A handicapped license plate or tag must be displayed for admission. Note:

  • No general parking will be allowed at this lot.
  • No ADA-accessible parking will be available at other parking lots.
  • Shuttles will cease operation for one hour before and up to one hour after the fireworks.

Where do I park?

Premium parking ($10) is avaiable on a first-come, first-serve basis at the CarShield Field west parking lot.

Free, general parking is available at Fort Zumwalt North High School and Christian High School (both on Tom Ginnever Ave.)

Accessible (ADA) parking is available only at Westhoff Park. Free shuttles will transport patrons to the festival entrance.

What is Premium Parking?

Get to (and leave) the festival faster! Available on a first-come, first-serve basis, premium parking at the CarShield Field west parking lot is $10 per vehicle. If you leave the lot, then wish to re-enter, you must pay again.

Will there be transportation from the General Parking lots?

Yes. Free air-conditioned buses will operate from Fort Zumwalt North and Christian high schools, dropping patrons off on T.R. Hughes Boulevard near the festival entrance.