If you're heading to the sports complex in South Philly Tuesday night, pack your patience and get ready to see a sea of brake lights because there are three major sporting events overlapping.

I know. What the WHAT?! Look, it was always a possibility the Phillies would make the playoffs and be in the hunt for Red October, but it wasn't a foregone conclusion. And the Flyers HAD to start their hockey season at some point. A soccer game being thrown in the middle of the two? Well, hindsight is 50/50.

What I'm suggesting is that whether you're lucky enough to be going to Game 2 of the NLCS at Citizens Bank Park tonight or checking out the Flyers at WFC or the soccer match at The Linc, LEAVE EARLY to get there.

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Here's what's going on Tuesday night at the South Philly Sports Complex:

6 p.m. -- Vancouver Canucks @ Philadelphia Flyers, Wells Fargo Center

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8 p.m. -- Mexico vs. Germany International Soccer, Lincoln Financial Field

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8:07 p.m. -- Game 2 National League Championship Series, Arizona Diamondbacks vs. Philadelphia Phillies, Citizens Bank Park

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Holy traffic headache, Batman!

Oh, and let's not forget ALL THE PHILLIES FANS who'll be partying at Xfinity Live!

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All parking lots at and around the Sports Complex open at 3 p.m.

The Philadelphia Phillies sent an email to all ticketholders for Tuesday night's game strongly encouraging fans to arrive early or take public transportation to all three events.

Septa will reportedly offer free rides on the Broad Street Line to and from NRG Station adjacent to the stadiums starting at 5 p.m. (courtesy of Budweiser/Bud Light).

Many parking lots in Center City are offering flat rates if you want to park and rideshare to the stadium area.

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Good luck, everyone!

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