Nashville Sporting Events — Family Style!


Nashville has historically been known as the Music City. But lately you may have seen the phrases or hashtags Smashville, Titan Up, and EveryoneN floating around your social media feeds. With the population and tourist numbers growing, Nashville has become a target city for both sports teams — and sports fans.

So. How can you get it on this action and enjoy the exciting sports scene the city has offer? I would love to help you out!

Nashville Sporting Events — Family Style!

Nashville Sporting Events

Nashville Predators

The Nashville Predators were founded in 1998. However, Nashville has evolved as a hockey city over the last few years with the exciting playoff and championship runs. They play their games in Bridgestone arena, downtown Nashville.  To view schedules, purchase tickets and find the latest team information and promotions on the NHL Predators website. For game day tickets, military discounts, and Kroger-Plus member discounts are available.

Nashville Sounds

The Nashville Sounds are the city’s longest running sports team, found in 1978. With the addition of a new downtown stadium, opening in 2015, the venue has become a spring/summer family attraction! Be sure to check out the kids fun zone area while at the park, including a large slide, blow up chair and speed pitch.

Check out the schedule below for family-oriented group nights!

  • Sunday Family Fun Day- It’s all about families on Sundays! Join the Sounds for Sunday Family Fun Days where kids can take part in pregame autographs with select Sounds players and postgame Kids Round the Bases, presented by First Horizon
  • Tito’s Tail Waggin’ Tuesdays- Take your pup out to enjoy some family fun!
  • Winning Wednesdays- Purchase a Family 4-Pack of 4 Select section tickets, 4 hot dogs and 4 fountain sodas to any Monday home game for just $44 when you show your Kroger app at the Sounds’ Box Office.  Also, the first 500 guests invited to play Music Bingo throughout the game and turn their winning board into a free Pepsi from the concession stand. The promotion culminates at the end of the game, where fans will have the opportunity to runs the bases postgame if the Sounds come away with the victory.
  • Throwback Thursdays- The Sounds will wear the fan-favorite throwback home uniforms, presented by Budweiser and modeled after the classic 1978 team, while drink specials will be served at the concessions.
  • Fireworks Fridays- enjoy a fireworks show after the game, courtesy of Fox 17.
  • Hit City Saturday- The roar of the crowd gets loudest on Saturday nights at First Horizon Park. Enjoy live music under the guitar scoreboard from 5 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. and the many entertainment options of The Band Box, located in Right Field, while catching a Nashville Sounds baseball game in front of a sellout crowd. Make sure to get your tickets in advance on Saturdays as these nights often sell out.

Visit the Sounds page at for schedules, promotions and tickets!

Tennessee Titans

The Tennessee Titans football program moved to Nashville in 1998. The Titans are heavily involved in the community with many events geared toward families and kids, and summer football camps each summer. Be sure and follow their website or download the app for the latest events. They are known to open up community events throughout the year, and as it gets closer to season kickoff.

The Titans recently have joined forces with Metro Nashville Public Schools to to bring an interscholastic girls flag football league to Nashville and Davidson County. The MNPS league will take place in Spring 2023 and feature 15 schools in its first year. Schools participating and the schedule structure for the season will be announced at a later time.

Join the kids club (ages 5-12), Rac-Pack!With this annual membership, each child will receive a welcome package, premium gifts, access to register for exclusive Rac-Pack events* throughout the year, newsletters including unique Rac-Pack online activities, and so many more surprises. Other unique perks include discounts on various other Titans events.

The Titans have a long-standing commitment to developing youth football across its region. Throughout the season, the team honors High School Coach of the Week, and Coach of the Year recipients and hosts the Tennessee Titans Mr. Football Awards every fall. Recently, the team awarded over $350,000 in grants to youth football organizations across the state.

Follow the Titans online at for all news, promotions and to purchase tickets!

Nashville Soccer Club

This is the latest addition to our town, with a brand new stadium bringing lots of fun. Nashville SC brings new opportunities to the area for families to enjoy professional soccer. GEODIS Park is located at the historic Nashville Fairgrounds and is definitely worth a visit.

Nashville SC is committed to making a difference in the communities where they live, play and call home. Their programs focus on supporting youth and families, celebrating diversity and acknowledging the outstanding citizens who are heroes of our local communities. Their primary goal is to leverage the power of the match to create lasting, positive impact in Middle Tennessee and surrounding areas. Several of the special focus events include Women’s History Month, Black History Month, Hispanic Heritage Month and more. To find out more, visit here.

You can view the schedule and purchase tickets on the Nashville Soccer Club website.

Nashville Superspeedway 

Nashville Superspeedway is a motor racing complex located in Gladeville, Tennessee, about 20 miles southeast of Nashville. The track was built in 2001 and is currently hosting the Ally 400, a NASCAR Cup Series regular season event, the Tennessee Lottery 250, and the Rackley Roofing 200.

For tickets, dates, and more info, check out their website. Military members can save 15% off tickets.

College Sports

If pro sports is not your thing, we do have several universities around the area. Attending college sports is sometimes the more affordable option for your family. We have Vanderbilt University here in Nashville, located off the West End and Hillsboro neighborhoods. And just down I-24, in Murfreesboro, we have Middle Tennessee State University. Other local universities include Belmont University, Tennessee State University, Lipscomb University, Fisk University, Trevecca Nazarene University, and Austin Peay University. They have great athletic programs, ranging from football, basketball, soccer, volleyball, baseball, softball, tennis, track and field…the list goes on and on! Some of these events are free, while others are very inexpensive. This is a great way to get involved with your community universities!

What is your family’s favorite sport to enjoy together?


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