Four of the state's best high school football teams go head-to-head on the gridiron in the annual Presidents' Bowl at Howard Wood field.
For the second year in a row, parking is more difficult thanks to the Denny Sanford PREMIER Center construction happening right across the street from the field.
People attending the game are asked to park a few blocks away to make sure that everyone is able to find a spot. There is even a sign out about five blocks from the stadium helping people with directions.
Even with the distance where some people have to park, nobody seems to be complaining. There are plenty of President's Bowl volunteers out helping make sure people are safe and heading in the right direction.
"Not for me. I don't mind a nice walk before an event. I think walking is good for us and I think any chance any of us can get, we should take a little more time to take a good walk just because it's good for us," spectator Chad Porter said.
Getting out may be a bigger problem than finding a spot, but as long as everyone remains patient, it should be a safe and fun Presidents' Bowl.