NASHVILLE – Fans have a chance to see Titans football, and music, tonight at Nissan Stadium.
The team is hosting a “Kickoff Party,” presented by Pinnacle, and it will include a practice and then a concert on the field by country music artist Jake Owen.
It will be the first-ever training camp event like this for the Titans, who drew a massive crowd last offseason when Florida Georgia Line played a concert on the streets of Nashville after the Titans unveiled new uniforms in 2018.
The event is free and open to the public, with no tickets required. Parking at Nissan Stadium will also be free.
Gates for the 6-8 p.m. practice will open at 4 p.m. that Saturday. The event is scheduled for 6-10 p.m.
Owen will perform on the field at the conclusion of practice.
There will be a fireworks display at the end of the night following the concert, and there will also be discounted concessions for fans at Nissan Stadium.
Also, during the event, the Titans will host a “Pup Rally” pet adoption, sponsored by Mars Petcare’s BETTER CITIES FOR PETS™ program and the PEDIGREE Foundation. More information on that event will be made available leading up to the event, where pets will be available to adopt.
For fans attending Saturday's Training Camp practice and Kickoff Party at Nissan Stadium, several of the exit ramps will be closed by TDOT for repairs.
The stadium will only be accessible from the downtown side.
HOW TO GET THERE:
TDOT’s bridge repair, which is scheduled to begin at 8 p.m. Friday, will render the Shelby Avenue, James Robertson Parkway, Spring Street and Jefferson Street exits unavailable through 5 a.m. Monday. All secondary roadways, however, will be open through the weekend, including Woodland Street and the Woodland Street Bridge.
Fans heading to Nissan Stadium Saturday can choose to park downtown and walk to the stadium via the Seigenthaler Pedestrian Bridge, or use these alternate routes to stadium parking lots:
From the South
• Lebanon Pike to Korean Veterans Boulevard to the Stadium
• Murfreesboro Pike to Korean Veterans Boulevard to the Stadium
From the North & East
• Ellington Parkway to Main Street to the Stadium
• Dickerson Pike to N. 1st Street to the Stadium
• Shelby Avenue to the Stadium
• Gallatin Pike to Main Street to the Stadium
From the West
• I-40, West End or Charlotte Pike to downtown and access the stadium via James Robertson Parkway, Woodland Street, or Korean Veterans Boulevard
EXITING NISSAN STADIUM:
At the conclusion of the event, fans will be able to use the Shelby Avenue on-ramp to I-24 east only. Fans will also be able to use the Spring Street on-ramp to I-24 west only.
Because of the interstate closure, an additional rideshare station for Saturday’s event will be based in Stadium Lot F, located at the intersection of South 1st & Woodland Streets. The original rideshare station is located in Lot T.
Here’s a look at the complete schedule of open practices for fans:
Fri., Aug. 2: 9:50 am – Noon Practice (Open to Fans)
Sat., Aug. 3: 6:00 – 8:00 pm Practice at Nissan Stadium (Open to Fans)
Sat., Aug. 10: 1:50 – 3:45 pm Practice (Open to Fans)
Sun., Aug. 11: 10:00 am – 12:15 pm Practice (Open to Fans)
Wed., Aug. 14: 9:50 am – Noon Practice with Patriots (Open to Fans)
Thurs., Aug. 15: 9:50 am – Noon Practice with Patriots (Open to Fans)
Admission is free to all of the practices, with no ticket required.