LP Field Featured Packages

Music City Bowl

Music City Bowl

Fri, December 29, 2017

Nissan Stadium

Nashville, TN

LP Field History

Address: One Titans Way
Nashville, TN 37213

LP Field Seating Chart

LP Field Seating Chart

When your naming sponsor goes bankrupt and then out of business, it’s time for a new stadium name. So the former Adelphia Coliseum in Nashville, Tennessee, which for a few years was just known as The Coliseum, is now officially called LP Field. The home of the Tennessee Titans has even earned a new nickname, “The Woodshed,” since its corporate sponsor specializes in wood and other building materials. The stadium also hosts the Gaylord Hotels Music City Bowl every December.

Opened in 1999 at a cost of nearly $300 million, LP Field has proven to be a tough place for visiting NFL teams, as the Titans have posted an impressive winning percentage at home and every single NFL regular season game at the stadium has been a sellout.

In their very first season at LP Field, the Titans went 13-3 and made it all the way to the Super Bowl, where they came up just short of defeating the St. Louis Rams. That season is also known for the famous “Music City Miracle” in the NFL playoffs, when tight end Frank Wycheck made a legal (or illegal if you are a Buffalo Bills fan) lateral to Kevin Dyson, who scampered 75-yards for the last-second, game-winning touchdown. The play is still debated and celebrated to this day, and it is remains one of the greatest moments in NFL playoff history.

Ever since that first season, nearly 70,000 Tennesse Titans tickets have been snapped up for each NFL game, and those ticket holders have been treated to a steady stream of NFL Pro Bowl players like Eddie George, Jevon Kearse and Steve McNair. Rising star Vince Young is sure to be a fixture at the NFL Pro Bowl for many years to come, and he has Titans fans thinking about Super Bowl tickets once again.