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VOL. 39 | NO. 17 | Friday, April 24, 2015

Where to park for Nashville Sounds games

By Tom Wood

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The parking and transportation map is available at www.nashvillesounds.com/parking.

Additional parking and transportation options include the following:

  • Some employee parking lots owned by the State of Tennessee will be available to fans on game days for free. These lots include approximately 1,900 spots located on the west side of James Robertson Parkway and near the Nashville Farmers’ Market. On weekdays, these lots will be available after 5 p.m. Vehicles should not be left overnight.
  • Paid parking will be available in private lots around First Tennessee Park. Information regarding these lots may be found at www.parkitdowntown.com/sounds.
  • The Music City Circuit, a free downtown circulator operated by the Metro Transit Authority, will drop fans at the Fifth Avenue North and Harrison Street drop-off area at the ballpark. Downtown and Gulch-area residents and workers who ride the Blue and Green Circuits will find this option convenient. These buses run approximately every 15 minutes, and buses will run until approximately one hour after the game ends. In addition to current Monday through Saturday service, the Music City Circuit will also run on Sundays throughout the spring and summer to accommodate Sunday games.
  • Fans can ride a city bus to the Music City Central transit station and either walk or ride the Music City Circuit to the ballpark. Information about bus routes is at www.nashvillemta.org.
  • Nashville BCycle is the city’s bike-share program. Fans can hop on a BCycle located around the city and pedal to the BCycle station at First Tennessee Park. More information at www.nashville.bcycle.com.
  • ADA parking is available on a first-come, first-served basis at the corner of Fifth Avenue North and Harrison Street for persons with state issued license plate, placard or decal.

Fans should parks in these designated areas. Metro Police will station officers throughout the ballpark vicinity to provide general traffic assistance and control for both vehicle and pedestrian traffic.

Ticket information for First Tennessee Park and information about parking for Sounds suite and season ticket holders for the 2015 season is at www.nashvillesounds.com.

For more information, including the Parking Plan FAQ’s and the Parking Plan Map, visit the First Tennessee Park page on nashville.gov.

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