FIRST TENNESSEE PARK
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First Tennessee Park
First Tennessee Park TicketsFirst Tennessee Park first opened in Nashville, Tennessee in 2015, but the site tells a story of more than 100 years of America's pastime. Its roots stretch back to 1870 when Sulfur Dell opened as a minor league baseball park. Baseball was played there until 1969 when progress dictated its demolition in favor of parking lots for the nearby Tennessee State Capitol building. Fast forward to 2013 - ground broke on a new baseball park slated to be home for the Nashville Sounds, a minor league baseball team of the Triple-A Pacific Coast League. Since its opening in 2015, First Tennessee Park has seen more than half a million visitors each year, and in 2018 it also became the home stadium for Nashville SC, a United Soccer League Championship team. Get your First Tennessee Park tickets at StubHub and take yourself out to the ball game.
What is the seating capacity at First Tennessee Park?The Park can officially accommodate 10,000 guests, though record attendance surpasses 11,000 people.
What concessions are available at First Tennessee Park?The park offers four main concession stands which include Music City Grill, Sulfur Dell Slices, Smokehouse BBQ and Hot or Not Chicken, as well as traditional baseball foods such as cotton candy, hot dogs, popcorn and funnel cake. First Tennessee Park concessions also feature a sizable selection of gluten-free food. There are alcohol vendors located throughout the stadium.
Is there on-site parking?There are more than 6,000 free or paid parking spots available within a half-mile of First Tennessee Park. For events after 5:30 p.m., visitors to the park should consider the 1,000-space State Parking Garage on Harrison Street. The garage is the closest parking structure to First Tennessee Park.
Is the stadium family-friendly?First Tennessee Park is a great place to catch a ball game with your family. The staff has been trained to ensure all fans are able to enjoy the game without worrying about foul or offensive language or intoxicated visitors. The park also has family restrooms and welcomes breastfeeding mothers to feed their babies anywhere in the park or to visit the Mamava suites located near the Pro Shop.
What other events happen at First Tennessee Park?First Tennessee Park dipped its toes into hosting concerts when Kings of Leon made an appearance in 2017, and the park also hosts the occasional college ball game. Since 2016, the Rock 'n' Roll Nashville Marathon course has run through the stadium, and the park is home to the annual Nashville Brew Fest, a beer festival with appearances by more than 50 brewers.
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