Getting to Indinapolis
Fans can travel to Indianapolis by flying into Indianapolis International Airport. There are no direct flights from New Orleans to Indianapolis, so a connecting flight is required. Fans looking to drive should expect to be on the road for about 12 hours.
Indianapolis International Airport
Once you've arrived at IND there are several forms of transportation to make the trip to Denver including: taxis, limousine services, shuttles, and app-based rideshare services. All ground transportation services – including rental car agencies, taxi and limousine services are located on the lower level of the terminal building adjacent to baggage claim.
App-based rideshare programs such as Uber and Lyft are available and range in price depending on the size of the vehicle requested.
Getting to Lucas Oil Stadium
The city of Indianapolis offers a public bus transportation service, IndyGo. Information about bus routes, fares, and more can be found here.
Parking at Lucas Oil Stadium
Game day parking is located throughout in multiple lots around the stadium. To access a parking map and get more information about parking procedures on gameday, visit the Indianapolis Colts website.
Tailgating will not be permitted in Colts-controlled parking lots, including the South Lot, Lot 2, and Lot A. All other tailgating policies will be at the discretion of the lot operators throughout the downtown area. Please contact the appropriate lot operator for their tailgating policies.