About nissan stadium
Nissan Stadium is a state-of-the-art, open air, natural grass stadium (69,143 capacity) located on 105 acres on the east bank of the Cumberland River overlooking downtown Nashville. Nissan Stadium hosts all Titans home football games, Tennessee State University home football games, the Music City Bowl, international soccer games, concerts, the CMA Music Festival and numerous other events.
The Titans and Nissan North America announced the formation of a 20-year, exclusive naming rights partnership that rebranded Nashville’s downtown stadium as Nissan Stadium on June 25, 2015.
Nissan Stadium is a city-owned venue that has housed the Titans since 1999. The naming rights agreement included the opportunity for Nissan branding on the exterior of the stadium, as well as stadium signage and other unique displays inside the stadium.
Among the features:
· State-of-the-art high-definition video boards located in the north and south end zones LED ribbon boards
· Distributed sound system with 800 speakers throughout Nissan Stadium
· Two banks of high-speed elevators servicing upper-deck ticket holders
· Fan zone hospitality areas
· Open air, natural grass
· 175 corporate suites
· Two 23,000-square foot club lounges with access to premium food and beverage service, sit-down areas, closed circuit TVs and sound systems
· 12,000 club seats
· 60 concession stands throughout stadium
· Three locker rooms
· 4 suite elevators
· More than 2,000 trees planted within the 105 acres
· 7,500 parking spaces available on-site with more than 20,000 existing parking spaces nearby
· Space for 400 wheelchair patrons and associated companion seats
· 90 parking spaces for disabled
· Bermuda sod
· Sophisticated field irrigation and drainage system
· State-of-the-art press box for working media