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Bridgestone ArenaNashville Predators

501 Broadway, Nashville, TN, 37203

    Arena voice of the Predators loves to entertain

    Posted March 17, 2015

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    Bridgestone arena is home to the NHL's Nashville Predators. The stadium opened in 1996 with initial construction costing $144 million. When the stadium first opened it was known as the Nashville Arena. The stadium has seating for 17,113 for Predator's games but can hold up to 20,000 for music concerts. The Bridgestone Arena is home to the popular CMA awards. A unique feature of Bridgestone Arena is that the south side of the stadium lacks a middle level of seating which allows for a closer view from the upper level. Bridgestone arena has been nominated four times for top stadium awards. In 2007, several million dollars were invested into the stadium for renovations. The arena received updates to its concession stands and the addition of a large scoreboard were featured and in 2011 the ice rink received updates to meet NHL's new standards.

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    • Bridgestone Arena
      501 Broadway   Nashville, TN 37203
      Call at (615) 770-2000

    Venue Details

    • 1996
    • Sports Authority of Nashville
    • Indoor
    • Populous
    • Bridgestone
    • Sommet Center
    • Yes
    • Yes
    • Ice
    • 17113

    Dimensions

  • ATMs

    • Near Main Food Court, Sections 304 & 305

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    • 6th Avenue Garage - Parking

      • No
  • Tickets

    • : (Handicap access)

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    • No event is scheduled here.

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      • Near North Entrance in Food Court
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    • Arena voice of the Predators loves to entertain

      2015-03-17 14:38:13

      Dan Ammenheuser - The Tennesseean -

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    • Let me start off by saying I'm from Chicago, so I'm weighing in on the Nashville experience against the high standards set by the Blackhawks at the United Center. The arena is very nice and quite large. Concessions are priced about average, but the ticket prices were EXTREMELY CHEAP compared to other stadiums. And the eats were great! Parking wasn't ideal, as there really isn't a true parking lot used for the arena; you are forced to use a nearby parking ramp, ours was about a 15 minute walk. That wasn't so bad as you get to walk through down town Nashville and take in the bar scene, music scene and check out the cowboy hats on your way to the rink. For my taste, the atmosphere had a "minor-league" feel to it. Very quiet during games, not like some of the NHL arenas I've visited. All in all, I liked the stadium and the view we had. But give me my Blackhawks or bust! -- T.J. Chicago --
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