Bridgestone Arena Concerts
2020 Concerts at Bridgestone Arena
2021 Volunteer Jam: A Musical Salute to Charlie Daniels - February 22, 2021
Chris Tomlin - April 2, 2021
Lauren Daigle & Johnnyswim - May 23, 2021
James Taylor & Jackson Browne - June 28, 2021 - 7:30pm
Halsey - July 20, 2021
The Doobie Brothers & Michael McDonald - July 24, 2021
Justin Bieber - July 26, 2021
Luke Bryan - July 30, 2021
Matchbox 20 - August 4, 2021
Rod Stewart - August 24, 2021
The Weeknd, Sabrina Claudio & Don Toliver - August 25, 2021
Chris Stapleton - October 22, 2021
Chris Stapleton - October 23, 2021
Bridgestone Arena Info
Nashville, TN 37203
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Bridgestone Arena - Nashville Tennessee
(formerly Sommet Center)
Opened in 1996 at a cost of $144 million dollars, Bridgestone Arena hosts concerts, hockey games, basketball games and trade shows and is probably the most popular venue in Nashville. In the past Bridgestone has hosted such noted artists as "Brooks and Dunn", "Reba McEntire", "Yanni", "Miley Cyrus" as well as many sports and religous events. Keep watching our pages as your favorite artist may be appearing here soon.
Nashville Predators 2021 Tickets, Dates, Times
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We have all tickets available for home and away games ...
Hopefully our Nashville Predators will do it again !!
cheer the Predators on!!!
Nashville Predators - Don't Miss Them!
If you have never seen the Nashville Predators,,, get off the couch and go! It's something you can take the entire family to see and everyone enjoys themselves.
My recent visit was Predators against the Columbus Blue Jackets - needless to say A Great Game!! Nashville has this amazing talent for being such a wonderful crowd of supporters for the home team, and the Predators are no exception ... it is only something to witness then you will understand. This game was so close and so many shots came within inches till finally, in the last 15 seconds the Predators scored the winning goal. Totally into it, on the edge of your seat and the Predators delivered. There is so much going on at the game that you will truly enjoy the experience even if you are not a total hockey fan. During the intermissions and game time outs the jumbo tron shows different people from the audience cheering for the home team and that is worth the price of admission.
When you go, take in a restaurant on 2nd avenue first and make a night of it. We parked in Commerce garage and had plenty of time to eat and make the game, and still see a few sights on Broadway in the mix.
Get out of that chair and have some fun! See the Nashville Predators next game!!