That parking lot is pretty empty all the time. And I wanted to have my friends and I park there (far away from stores as possible) and just play some music and have a good time
My advice is not to chance it. You would almost certainly be trespassing on someone's property, even if the lot is abandoned.
Even if the lot is empty it is still private property and you would need the permission of the owner or manager to use it.
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The mall parking lot is private property and you would likely be asked to leave, whether it be by the property management or the police.
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