Tuesday, March 22, 2016


The stage is located at Nissan Stadium (formerly called LP Field), home of the Tennessee Titans football team, across the Columbia River from the Wildhorse Saloon and Hard Rock Cafe at lower Broadway and at the far end of the Pedestrian Bridge.

These shows DO require a hard ticket, which are currently SOLD OUT. If you do not have a ticket, you will not be granted access to the stadium. (Hint - if you don't have a ticket, you can hear pretty well from the Riverfront or by standing on the pedestrian bridge.)

Here is the lineup announced so far. Check back for updates as they're announced!


National Anthem: Oak Ridge Boys

7:30pm - Charlie Daniels Band

8:00pm - Rascal Flatts

8:30pm - Dierks Bentley

9:00pm - Kelsea Ballerini

9:30pm - Jason Aldean

10:00pm - Miranda Lambert


National Anthem - Frankie Ballard

7:30pm - Clint Black

8:00pm - Chris Stapleton

8:30pm - Sam Hunt

9:00pm - Eric Church

9:30pm - Hank Williams, Jr.

10:00pm - Carrie Underwood


National Anthem - Marshall Tucker Band

7:30pm - Nitty Gritty Dirt Band

8:00pm - Chris Young

8:30pm - Steven Tyler

9:00pm - Cole Swindell

9:30pm - Florida Georgia Line

10:00pm - Blake Shelton


National Anthem - Ray Stevens

7:30pm - Exile

8:00pm - Little Big Town

8:30pm - Thomas Rhett

9:00pm - Brett Eldredge

9:30pm - Keith Urban

10:00pm - Luke Bryan

Cameras are allowed. Fan Photo Lines are a huge benefit for CMA Fest four-day ticket holders. With a four-day ticket, you can take photos directly in front of the stages at Nissan Stadium. This lets YOU get up close to your favorite artist’s performance, no matter where your seats are located!

Please note that Fan Photo Lines access is reserved ONLY for four-day Ticket holders.

Due to Fan Photo Line demand and volume of participants, the lines must keep moving to accommodate all eligible fans. Event staff and signage will be onsite to assist in this process.


(Source: CMAWorld.com)


Aerosol Cans
Animals (service animals are permitted)
Beach or sports balls
Chairs (Lawn, Folding, Camping) & Seat Cushions
Coolers, canisters or glass
Firearms and other weapons
Food and beverages
Frisbees and projectiles
Laser pointers and noise makers
Cameras with lenses larger than 4 inches, attachments, tripods, monopods, etc. (No additional lens may be brought in)
Selfie Sticks
Skateboards, bikes, rollerblades
Video, Audio, and /or recording devices (including GoPros)
Other Items at the Discretion of Event Management
Infant car seat carriers


E-Cigarettes (Only in the designated smoking ramps, located at Section 303 on the West side and at Section 326 on the East side)
Handheld Signs (non-offensive and do not block view of other fans)

Nissan Stadium has a “NO SMOKING POLICY” in the seating, Suite and Club areas. We have provided areas for smokers on the ramps located at each corner of LP Field. In addition to the ramps, Club patrons may use the special club verandas located at Section 303 on the West side and at Section 326 on the East side. Smoking policies are subject to applicable law. Smoking is prohibited at the south end and below the south scoreboard.


NFL Regulations: Bags that are clear plastic, vinyl or PVC and do not exceed 12” x 6” x 12” are allowed. Small clutch bags, approximately the size of a hand, with or without a handle or strap CAN be taken into the stadium with one of the clear plastic bag options shown below. Exceptions will be made for medically necessary items after proper inspection at a gate designated for this purpose. Prohibited items include, but are not limited to: Small purses larger than a clutch bag, coolers, briefcases, backpacks, fanny packs, cinch bags, seat cushions, luggage of any kind, computer bags and camera bags or any bag larger than the permissible size.


Complimentary Downtown shuttles will run daily between Nissan Stadium (Nightly Concerts), Riverfront Park (Daily Concerts), the Music City Center ( AT&T U-verse Fan Fair X), and outdoor Festival areas including The Buckle (Broadway between 1st and 4th Avenues), Fan Alley (Lot in front of Schermerhorn), and The Park (Walk of Fame Park).

This service is provided to four-day ticket holders only. Check the Parking/Transit page to see the shuttle map and running times.

There are several wheelchair-accessible buses. Please ask the attendant at the bus stop for assistance.

Nissan Stadium is the official parking partner of the CMA Music Festival. The CMA Foundation thanks you for your contribution and support of music education nationwide through purchase of Nissan Stadium Parking.

The Nissan Stadium parking lot opens each morning at 9 AM. Cars, RVs and buses must be cleared from the Nissan Stadium parking lot each night two hours after the show. Each car is allowed one exit & re-entry by 4pm.

Nissan Stadium Parking Passes are available through Ticketmaster.com. A limited number of ADA Parking Passes remain as well.


Children 2 and younger are admitted free into LP Field, if seated on a parent or guardian’s lap.

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