LP Field is a football stadium located in the city of Nashville, the state of Tennessee. The stadium is owned to both Davidson County and the city of Nashville. In addition to sports games, the stadium is used to host concerts and festivals. The NFL team Tennessee Titans takes the stadium as home to its games in addition to the collegiate team Tennessee State University Tigers.


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LP Field One Titans Way, Nashville, TN, 37219

LP Field has a capacity of about 69,143. The first preseason event to appear at the arena was a game in which Atlanta Falcons met the Titans in August 1999. LP Field hosts the annual event Music City Bowl that appears each December. The arena hosts also soccer games as well as concerts and musical events including the CMA Music Festival that appear every June. The other public facilities that are part of the stadium are used as a host to different other events including gatherings, parties, and meetings.

In 1995, the owner of Oilers Bud Adams and Mayor of the city of Nashville announced the intention of the team to move to Nashville, so a decision was made to locate a stadium. In May 1996, a referendum voted for the funding of the stadium. And to fund the building of this new stadium, Metro water tax was raised and the other costs were raised by selling personal seat licenses. And because of a tornado that hit the city of Nashville in 1998, construction at the stadium was delayed but the opening was on its planned time.

In 1999, the Titans moved to the LP Field, and they succeeded in winning all their first 16 games before they lost to the Baltimore Ravens in November 2000. Since the opening of the stadium, all the games of Titans were a sellout. In an exhibition game, the soccer teams Los Angeles Galaxy and Tecos UAG played at the stadium. In 2006, the soccer team U.S men played against the national soccer team of Morocco at the arena. The stadium plays host the musical event CMA Music Festival that appears every June.

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