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Nissan Stadium, Nashville

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4.2/5 based on 300+ reviews on the web
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  • awesome for concert, great sound, facilities were clean and easily accessible however $4 for a bottle of water was a little excessive 
  • This stadium was well set up and nice but was extremely hot the day we were there. there is not a whole lot of shade for a 12pm game, but was worth it! Raiders Won! 
  • We were in the sun the entire time and I had to take several "breaks" to hide from the heat. Maybe I'm just spoiled, but coming from a city that has a dome, I would much prefer seeing a game indoors, ...  read more »
  • I've been to several events here they have all been pretty good experiences. From Titans football games to concerts they have a good stadium. I wish there was a way you could leave without it taking forever, but I understand there at a lot of people there so it takes awhile to get out, we sat in the car for almost an hour before we ever left the lot at the last concert I attended.
  • Ok stadium, Very good seating. Staff is hard to find on a good day! Very good food best food in NFL! Titans aren't that good but the Stadium is ok, pricing for tickets is great (very cheap)!!! Food prices on the other hand are awfully High even for a Sporting event!
  • Saw Guns N' Roses, the show was amazing! However, staff/security was not. This very rude woman immediately got up in my face, telling me that I wasn't allowed to bring my iPad in. As I waited for my family to get their things to walk back out, I did give her a piece of mind, as she was eyeballing my iPad as if it was some sort of terrorism device. I did address her for this issue, and for rushing me to get out of there, because I was wasting her time. She then proceeded to tell me that if I didn't hurry up, and respect her 'authority', we wouldn't be allowed to come back in. Mind you, she was up in my face this entire time, so you're darn right I went off on her. I'm not going to be patronized by a 20k a year low life that has nothing better to do but get her terrible breath and crusty teeth up in your face. After I put my terrorist device away, we came back in and got seated. This group of Spanish people, who were constantly screaming Spanish words, and we're doing what seemed to be some sort of satanic rituals, managed to bring illegal drugs into the stadium. God forbid I bring an IPAD in there, but phones and joints are welcomed! Literally got secondhand smoke from those freaks, but NO IPADS!!
  • TitanUp! Great facility w draft beer and a selection of other canned beverages. Food isnt so bad, black bean burger was delicious.
  • Very disappointed with management of facility during Monster Jam 2016 ... A day full of monster trucks with my son and father ultimately ended well but was not without major frustrations. The first event was Party in the Pits ... an opportunity to get up close and personal with the trucks and drivers. Arriving at the stadium from the north side, there was no event staff and no signage directing customers ... simply had to wander around and look ... stopped to ask a staff member along the way who had no idea and simply advised to keep walking until we found it. Finally locating the Party in the Pits, we were hot and dehydrated from the 90 degree weather. But, hydration opportunities were minimal with long lines and overpriced, warm bottled water. Seeing the trucks up close and meeting the drivers was great, but management of this event was severely lacking. By the way, multiple booths at this event were giving away tote bags and various items, but the bags and their contents were not allowed past security into the stadium. What was the point? Next, came the big event and the biggest disappointment yet. We passed through the security check and made it to the ticket verification staff who acted as if we were complete idiots to show up without paper tickets. They said their scanners wouldn't read digital tickets on smart phones. What??? Welcome to the 1990's! Hundreds, if not thousands, of patrons were told to go wait in line at customer service to have them verify and print tickets from Ticketmaster. This was absolutely outrageous and unacceptable. I had received multiple reminders of this event by email. I had read all that I could find regarding the event on the Titans/stadium website, and nothing was ever said about the requirement for old-fashion paper tickets. Many event-goers were commenting that they'd spent their last dollar on events at Nissan Stadium. We eventually got inside. The monster truck show (the first ever at this stadium) was great, but it was a truly exhausting day that was made unnecessarily frustrating by a lack event management and poor communication. Customers beware!
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