NASHVILLE – Fans attending the NFL Draft will have access to free parking at Nissan Stadium and a variety of surface lots in and around downtown, the Nashville Convention & Visitors Corp announced today. In addition, there will be convenient ride share drop-off and pick-up locations.
“Not only is the NFL Draft free and open to the public, but we are providing as much free parking as possible and free shuttle service from some outlying lots,” said Steve Underwood, CEO and President, Tennessee Titans and co-chair of the NFL Draft Local Organizing Committee. “We want families and fans who live in Nashville and who are visiting to be able to experience this world-class event as affordably as possible. We appreciate our partners in the Local Organizing Committee who raised more than $2.1 million to enhance Draft activities, including free parking.”
Free parking lots (Some lots will have shuttles running routinely to downtown. More details to follow.)
Thursday, April 25 to Saturday, April 27:
- Nissan Stadium Lots A, B, C and D
- Main Event Parking Lot at James Robertson Parkway and Main Street, 14 James Robertson Parkway
- CrossPoint Church at 299 Cowan Street
- After 5pm on Thursday and Friday and all day Saturday, the State of Tennessee lots No. 16, 28 and 29 located off James Robertson Parkway by Rosa Parks Boulevard
Saturday, April 27:
- Boyle Garage at HCA in North Gulch
Park and shuttle into the event
You can park at the following locations and be shuttled to the event.
- Vanderbilt University Parking lot on Chestnut Street across from Greer Stadium
- Runs 8am-11pm on Saturday, April 27
- State Employee Parking Lot at 400 10th Circle North
- Runs 5pm-12am on Thursday, April 25; 5pm-12am on Friday, April 26; and 5:30am-11pm on Saturday, April 27
Rideshare locations (drop off and pick up)
- Korean Veterans Boulevard from Fifth Avenue to Eighth Avenue
- Commerce eastbound from Fourth Avenue to Fifth Avenue
- Third Avenue northbound from Commerce to Church Street
- Nissan Stadium:
- Lot T on First Avenue between Korean War Veterans Memorial Bridge (KVB) and Pedestrian Bridge
- Woodland Street between North First and North Second Street.
Additionally, ADA risers will be available on Broadway between Second Avenue and Third Avenue and at Music City Walk of Fame Park.
Details are subject to change. Please go to visitmusiccity.com/nfldraft for the most updated information.
The Nashville Convention & Visitors Corp
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