Nissan Stadium - Nashville, TN

When the NFL’s Tennessee Titans moved into Nissan Stadium in 1999, they didn’t lose a home game until the tail end of the following season. The infamous Music City Miracle occurred on the field during the ’99-’00 season when the Titans pulled a trick play on a punt return with 16 seconds on the clock, then went on to score a winning touchdown against the Buffalo Bills. The stadium is used primarily for football, and the Tennessee State Tigers also call it home.

Several soccer matches have also gone down on the field, along with a few concerts each year. The CMA Music Festival, which spans four days in June, uses the stadium for its headlining acts.

Titans fans are hearty tailgaters, and they can be found in various lots surrounding the stadium two hours before kickoff. The stadium asks that fans do not obstruct the lots, keep any sound or music to a reasonable volume and extinguish any coals or flames before heading into the game.

Inside, 60 different concession stands are scattered throughout the stadium offering a range of cuisines. Outside the stadium, there are dozens of great dining options within walking distance across the river in downtown Nashville. Woodland Street to the north is the closest bridge.

The stadium sits just across the Cumberland River from the downtown area, offering picturesque views of the Nashville skyline. Parking is available at the stadium as well as in nearby lots and garages. Before entering the stadium, visitors must pass a security checkpoint. Items like professional camera equipment, outside alcohol and seat cushions are prohibited. Patrons are allowed to bring in one small transparent bag.
Useful Event Info
Venue Address:
1 Titans Way, Nashville, TN
History & Traditions:
Past Names/Nicknames:
LP Field

The Coliseum

Adelphia Coliseum

Date/Year Built/Opened:
Aug. 27, 1999
Bowl Game:
Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl