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Nashville Sounds kick off season at First Horizon Park

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The Nashville Sounds will play 150 home and away games this season. | Photo via Nashville Sounds

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This will come as no curve ball to fans, but the Nashville Sounds are back in action for Opening Day at First Horizon Park tomorrow, March 31. We dugout all the need-to-know info so you can be prepared as the team steps up to the plate for the first of 140+ home and away games this season.

🗓️ The schedule

Tomorrow’s opener at 6:35 p.m. against the Louisville Bats marks the start of a three-game homestand. If you can’t make it, there are 70+ chances to visit the ballpark this season. View the full schedule + take note of these upcoming home games:

  • Norfolk Tides (April 11-16)
  • Omaha Storm Chasers (April 25-30)
  • Gwinnett Stripers (May 9-14)

Bonus: A special Opening Weekend ticket bundle includes Club Level seating and a limited edition T-shirt celebrating the team’s 45th season.

🎟️ Season promotions

Fans can expect recurring promotions throughout the season, including:

  • Tito’s Tail Waggin’ Tuesdays: Ruff, ruff, ruff for the home team. Take your pup to the ball game for $30 ($25 for owners + $5 for dogs) with all dog ticket proceeds benefiting a local nonprofit.
  • Winning Wednesdays and Kroger Wednesdays: Score four tickets, four hot dogs, and four sodas for $44. Try saying that four times fast. Plus, you could win a post-game trip around the bases.
  • Throwback Thursdays: The Sounds wear their 1978 uniforms + fans can purchase Pepsi and Budweiser at a discounted rate.

Other promotions include Fox 17 News Fireworks Fridays, Hit City Saturdays, and Sunday Family Fun Days. View the full list of giveaways and theme nights this season.

Pro tip: First Horizon Park has this helpful guide to prepare for game day — from parking instructions to an A to Z list of policies. Especially of note, First Horizon Park is a cashless facility, clear bag policies are in place + all ticketing is mobile.

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