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Nissan Stadium Events

1 Titans Way, Nashville, TN 37213 US

Nissan Stadium

Capacity: 69,143

Home Teams: Tennessee Titans (NFL), Tennessee State Tigers (NCAA College Football)

Nissan Stadium Events

Nashville, Tennessee’s Nissan Stadium (not to be confused with the Nissan Stadium of Yokohama, Japan) opened in 1999 as the new home of the NFL’s Tennessee Titans and NCAA’s Tennessee State Tigers, two years after the Titans relocated from Houston to Tennessee (they were previously known as the Houston Oilers). It is an attractive open-air stadium that makes the most of its surroundings, offering gorgeous views of the Nashville skyline. The Titans have put on a show at times in the Nissan Stadium, hosting several playoff games in the venue. The team even made it to the Super Bowl in 2000 (Super Bowl XXXIV), losing out to the St. Louis Rams by one lousy yard when Titans receiver was tackled on the 1-yard line to prevent a last-second touchdown. As well as all regular season and playoff Titans and Tigers home games, Nissan Stadium is known for hosting college football, concerts, and international soccer games. Fans who arrive hungry will find no shortage of tasty things to eat, with everything from classics like cheeseburgers, fries, and nachos to local specialties like Nashville hot chicken and Bent Buckle BBQ on the menu. Nissan Stadium is also replete with kiosks and shops hawking a wide selection of team and event merchandise.

Nissan Stadium Seating Chart

Nissan Stadium is a large venue that offers visitors a wide range of choice regarding seating options. Premium seating in the form of club seats and luxury suites is located mostly in the towers of the stadium. The rest of the stadium is mostly comprised of general admission seating that ranges from moderately expensive seats in the front rows to cheaper seats up in the nosebleeds. No matter where you sit, you are sure to have a fantastic view; there isn’t a bad seat in the house at Nissan Stadium. TicketX lists tickets to games and events at Nissan Stadium as they become available. You can also make use of our seating chart to compare different seating options.

Getting to Nissan Stadium (Transportation and Parking)

Visitors can access Nissan Stadium via public transportation or driving their own vehicle.

Getting to Nissan Stadium via public transportation

Local city buses can get you close to Nissan Stadium. Check schedules and details well in advance of traveling to your event. You could also take a taxi or rideshare to the venue. If you are located in the downtown area, you can easily walk to Nissan Stadium.

Getting to Nissan Stadium by car

Driving to Nissan Stadium in your own vehicle is fairly straightforward, but be prepared for increased traffic around the venue on game days or when there is a big concert going on. You should always make sure to arrive with plenty of time to spare. Visit Nissan Stadium’s official website for maps and driving directions.

Does Nissan Stadium have on-site parking?

Yes, there is ample parking around Nissan Stadium, though it is still highly recommended that you purchase pre-paid parking in advance. Check Nissan Stadium’s official website for detailed parking maps and instructions, as well as directions on where to go to reserve your parking spot online.

How much does Nissan Stadium parking cost?

Parking around Nissan Stadium generally runs between $15-45, though if you utilize off-site parking areas, you can sometimes find even cheaper rates. Reserving your parking in advance can also sometimes net you a deal. Visit Nissan Stadium’s official website to search for cheaper parking rates and reserve a prepaid spot.