It has gone by many names throughout the year, including:
- Adelphia Coliseum - 1999-2002
- The Coliseum - 2002-2006
- LP Field (2006-2015)
- Nissan Stadium (2015 - Current)
Nissan Stadium, formerly known as both LP Field and The Coliseum, also hosts the Tennessee State University football program and the annual Music City Bowl. This massive venue requires 105 acres that offer amazing views of downtown Nashville from the upper level seats.
There are also 144 luxury suites and 60 concession stands, making this an excellent choice for club level VIPs, families, groups and more. Concerts and other special event experiences are often hosted at LP Field, so be sure to check out all of the thrills in downtown Nashville at the home of the Titans. Parking is a breeze, and visitors will have a blast seeing the nearby Nashville sights such as the sparkling Cumberland River,
The stadium is used for other event happenings other than football, though. The stadium has played host to the CMA Music Festival, which happens every year and highlights the finest artists and musicians in country music with an astounding concert that draws in thousands of visitors each year.
Comer House & The Wilson Barn near Nashville
Fort Houston in Nashville
Gaylord Entertainment Center
Hilton Nashville Downtown Ballroom in Nashville
Marathon Music Works in Nashville
Music City Center
Nashville Gun Club in Nashville
Nashville Municipal Auditorium