Nissan Stadium officials give update on parking plan as concert season kicks off

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) — Nashville is in for a busy summer.

There are 12 major events planned, including Morgan Wallen’s concerts at Nissan Stadium this weekend. Nissan Stadium joined with representatives from Metro police and the Nashville Department of Transportation (NDOT) to announce some parking changes.

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There are now alternative parking locations within a mile of the stadium, thanks to a new partnership between Nissan and PMC. New signage will also direct people to rideshare pick up and drop off sites, in addition to stadium staff who are set to help guide concert goers.

“I would argue that actually parking on campus is really not the best experience for somebody who’s coming to a concert, because there’s one way to get into that parking lot and everybody leaves at the same time and there’s one way to get out. On our website, at they can look at PMC and see where the nearby garages or surface lots are that you can park at,” said Kate Guerra, the vice president of communications and corporate affairs with Nissan Stadium.

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If you drive and want to park in a stadium lot, all parking passes have to be pre-purchased.

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