He's giving a speech in downtown Burlington at a venue that only holds 1,400 people. Trump's campaign committee handled the ticket distribution and gave out 20,000 tickets, they also confirmed that at least 6,500 definitely plan on attending. Police say only 1,400 will be admitted and there is no overflow location where the extra people can gather to watch the speech. Traffic and parking are a nightmare in that city even under the best of circumstances, this should be interesting. People started lining up this morning and Main St. is closed to vehicles. From the local TV station WCAX: BURLINGTON, Vt. - Burlington is getting ready for a major disruption this afternoon, caused by a campaign visit from Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump. At 4:30 a.m. the first person got in line for the event at the Flynn Center on Burlington's Main Street. By noontime the line stretched around the corner onto St. Paul Street with about 50-60 people. Many of those in line are from New York. Many people showed up early because they heard on the news how the Trump campaign gave out many more tickets than the venue can hold. "There were 20,000 tickets, 6,500 people confirmed they would show and there's only 1,400 seats. Then I heard the police chief say if you show up, don't expect to get in," said Mark Conrad, who was first in line for the Trump event in Burlington. Doors don't open until 5 p.m. The speech doesn't start until 7 p.m.