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Downtown Orlando road closed for months due to festival

Frontyard Festival held at Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts

[PHOTO: WKMG / PAUL GIORGIO]
[PHOTO: WKMG / PAUL GIORGIO]

ORLANDO, Fla. – Starting Tuesday, a downtown Orlando road will be closed for months due to a festival at the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts.

From Dec. 1 through May 2021, westbound Anderson Street will be closed from Magnolia Avenue to Orange Avenue in connection with the Frontyard Festival at DPAC.

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“Westbound Anderson Street between Rosalind Avenue and Magnolia Avenue will be closed only on select dates during this time frame; however, unless your destination is Magnolia Avenue, we strongly advise that you continue to follow the recommended detours through May 2021,” the city said in a news release.

Eastbound Anderson Street will remain open.

The following detours are suggested:

To westbound Anderson Street

  • Continue north on Rosalind Avenue
  • Turn left onto South Street
  • Turn left onto Orange Avenue
  • Turn right onto Anderson Street

To eastbound I-4

  • Continue north on Rosalind Avenue
  • Turn left onto Amelia Street
  • Turn right onto Garland Avenue
  • Follow signs to eastbound I-4

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