If you are going to be at the PNC Bank Arts Center in Holmdel this weekend for the Luke Bryan concert, be very careful!

And, no, I'm not talking about Luke Bryan potentially falling on you.

The New Jersey State Police has announced that they will be conducting a DWI sobriety checkpoint of vehicles exiting the "country music concert" (i.e. Luke Bryan) at the PNC Bank Arts Center this Sunday evening.

Their press release says:

Beginning at 8 PM, troopers will be stopping vehicles entering the southbound portion of the Garden State Parkway in Holmdel Township. The objective of the sobriety checkpoint is to reduce the number of crashes due to impaired driving. Troopers stopping cars will be looking for signs of impairment due to alcohol or drugs.

If you plan on drinking alcohol at this Sunday’s country music concert, make sure that you have a designated driver. Don’t risk getting behind the wheel if you’ve been drinking. It’s not worth getting arrested, hurting yourself, or hurting someone you love. Plan ahead and enjoy the concert safely.


And, again, this is from a press release -- we're not giving away any secret information. You've been warned!

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