Purchase your tickets now for Nashville's annual rite of spring, Iroquois Steeplechase. Get up close to watch horse races, live music, and experience a true Nashville tradition with fashion, food, and fun. Children 12 and under are free and can spend the day playing games or riding ponies in the family area.
Can accommodate groups of 4-8. Tailgating spots are available in the Infield, Family Area, Stirrup Club, and for RVs. Includes individual tickets, open parking, access to food truck service, restrooms, and more.
Individual tickets are available for purchase providing access to all tailgating areas, Iroquois Shoppes, and Family Area.
They have 4 different options for those looking for a private tent & party tent. You will need to choose depending on your group and where you want to be located.
Hillside Tents can accommodate groups of 50-120. It offers prime viewing of the race as it is located on the hill overlooking the track adjacent to the Box Seats. Railside Tents can accommodate groups of 30-130. It offers prime viewing of the races as the horses gallop past the railside.
Hunt Club is located hillside by the box seats and offers easy access to trackside viewing. Includes access to hunt club, tailgating, Iroquois Shoppes, and Family Area. Champions Corner allows you to spend race day railside with radio personalities from Super Talk 99.7, 92Q, 103.3 Nash FM, 104-5 The Zone and 95.5 Nash Icon. Enjoy complimentary food and beverage all day.
Boxes are a long-standing tradition of Steeplechase. Can accommodate seating for 8-12 people. Includes 2 parking passes, chairs, finish line view, and more. Box holder add-ons include Iroquois Society, Paddock Club, and Turf Club.
The most luxurious way to spend a day at the races is in the climate-controlled SkyBox Suite. Perfect for those who want to get out of the sun or rain and enjoy a first-class experience at the steeplechase. Includes private, luxury restroom, a host or hostess, all-day gourmet food and beverage, finish line view, and more.
The Iroquois Steeplechase has been Nashville's rite of spring since 1941, a time-honored tradition of Middle Tennesseans for seven decades. Learn the history and find out everything you need to know about Iroquois Steeplechase.
Since being designated in 1981 as the official charity of the Iroquois Steeplechase, the Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt has received over $10 million from the event proceeds.
For more information, visit IroquoisSteeplechase.org.
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