Nissan Stadium Information
Located on the east bank of the Cumberland River, directly across from downtown Nashville, The Nissan Stadium is the nation’s premier football venue. Funds for the venue were raised initially via an increased water tax, and the ongoing funding by an increase in Davidson County individual homeowner property tax. Despite a hurricane throwing a wrench into the process, and later on, an overflow from the Cumberland River flooding the playing surface by six feet, the construction of the Nissan Stadium was completed according to schedule.
The stadium first opened in 1999 with a match between the Tennessee Titans and the Atlanta Falcons. The Nissan Stadium is currently the residence of the Tennessee Titans of the National Football League (NFL), as well as the Tennessee State Tigers of Tennessee State University. The Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl, college football bowl game played every December is held here, and is also used as a venue for soccer matches.
In addition, the stadium hosts major concerts from the world’s top performing artists, including the CMA Music Festival nightly concert festival held every June. The stadium also contains the facilities to host meetings, public events, and parties.
For parking information please see the Nissan Stadium parking page.
For ticket information and information on our recommended ticket provider please see the Nissan Stadium tickets page.
To view the seating configuration and find out about accessible seating, please see the Nissan Stadium seating chart.