"American Idol" will be in town in just two days, which may cause you to have to take a different route on your morning commute.
On Friday morning Fountain Square will be transformed into the "American Idol" audition site.
And while there is a lot of excitement in the community, several Bowling Green organizations, along with those affiliated with "American Idol" are coming together to make sure things go smoothly.
"For Friday, the constables are going to take care of the inside of the Fountain Square area. The police department is going to take care of traffic control and we're going to take care of crowd control," says 4th District Constable, Rick Bruce.
"What we've been asked to do is to block off the streets to allow plenty of public access to the area," says Bowling Green Police Public Information Officer Ronnie Ward.
East Main Street and Park Row will both be blocked off from traffic flow around the Square, while College Street and State Street will remain open.
"But, until 'American Idol' gets here and takes a look at the actual set-up on sight, we can't definitively answer whether those roads will stay open or not," says Marissa Butler with the Bowling Green Convention and Visitor's Bureau.
The Visitor's Bureau is asking everyone to park in the garage alone College Street and Eighth Avenue.
But, it doesn't matter how early show up, because you won't be allowed get in line until registration starts the Friday morning.
"They can show up and they can stay outside of the barriers before the time to line up when 'American Idol' officials say they can line up the way they want them lined," says Bruce,
"There will be no camping out. That's against city ordinance."
The constables will be on site throughout the night to keep everyone safe.
Amenities will be provided in and around the Square starting Friday morning.
"We will have porta-potties there on the square. And for folks that are lined up and are there to audition or are with their family members to audition there are several eateries right there around the Square that will be open for business. We will also have a vendor or two down there in the square," Butler says.
The final details are coming together for the "Idol" bus to roll into town.
In case of rain, the Convention and Visitor's Bureau says the auditions will moved into the Capitol Arts Building.