The Tennessee Titans stadium, LP Field, is situated in downtown Nashville on the banks of the Cumberland River. The river provides power for much of the state, but it doesn't get people nearly as energized as the latest game from the Tennessee Titans. The team and the stadium are relatively new acquisitions for Tennessee, so let's take a look at what the stadium has to offer.
Stadium Name: LP Field
Location: The stadium is located at 1 Titans Way in Nashville, TN. It resides on the campus of Tennessee State University.
Maximum Capacity: The Titans' website lists seating capacity at 68,798 people. This includes the 12,000 seats for club ticket holders.
Year Built: The stadium opened on September 12, 1999. It suffered tornado damage in 1998, while under construction, but still managed to open on time for its first game.
Parking: The Titans' website lists parking lots at 4th and Harrison, Charlotte and 10th Circle North, and occasionally at Greer Stadium. LP Field is less than two miles from Greer Stadium.
Food: The stadium sells popcorn, hot dogs, and a variety of beverages at over 20 locations within the stadium. There are also grills located on each level of the stadium.
Beer: Alcohol is sold at the concession stands in the stadium. Having an open container of alcohol not purchased on the premises can get you ejected.
Public Transportation: InShuttle provides transportation for stadium attendees. You can visit their website or call their phone number (615-255-3519) for more information. The cost is $10 for a round-trip.
Timothy St.John is a longtime supporter and fan of his home-state team, the Tennessee Titans.
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