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A rendering of the Nashville Nissan stadium as seen from the street.

Enjoy priority access to seats + plenty of member perks by joining the official stadium waitlist.

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A new era is dawning in Nashville.

Tune in live today at 1:30 p.m. to be part of history as the Tennessee Titans + local leaders celebrate the new Nissan Stadium groundbreaking. Opening in 2027, the 1.8 million-sqft facility will be Nashville’s biggest stage, hosting Titans football and the world’s top performers.

The state-of-the-art design includes an enclosed translucent roof, exterior terraces with panoramic city views, and an exceptional viewing experience from every seat in the house.

Learn more + secure a spot on the waitlist

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