EYOTA, Minn. – To accommodate traffic, the Olmsted County sheriff’s office issued these maps for getting into and out of the Luke Bryan farmyard concert on Sunday:

Arrows show pre-concert entry routes:

Arrows show post-concert exit routes:

Among rules

> No golf carts, bicycles,  recreational or all-terrain terrain vehicles.

> No grills or open fires.

> No carpool parking at Chester Woods Park five miles away.

> No pedestrian shortcuts from the 1.1-mile designated walking lane.

> No coolers, backpacks, glass containers, or outside food or drink except a factory sealed plastic bottle of water.

> No pets except service animals.

> No footballs, frisbees, hula hoops or large umbrellas.

> No weapons, fireworks, knives,  glass containers.

> No video cameras or professional-lens cameras.

> No chairs or blankets except in designated areas.

> Arrive early: Parking begins at 2 p.m., entry at 5, show at 6.

Crowd measures

How big is a crowd if 20,000 people show up, as expeted? Think:

> Almost half the entire population of Winona County.

> More than one of every sjx people in Rochester.

> Almost the whole capacity of U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis