LP Field first game question

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  1. TitanT

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    Does the Sheraton have a shuttle to/from the game. It's an easy walk from anywhere downtown, just pick one of the four bridges.
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  2. Parking Lot B

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    There are several areas around the stadium that have parking in the $25 range or you could definitely park downtown and walk across one of the bridges. Guys are usually at the On The Go Market at the corner of Shelby Ave. selling parking passes but I don't think you get one for under $60. Might try Craiglist-Nashville, I've seen them go fairly reasonable there. We tailgate in Lot B and you're welcome to join us! The more the merrier!
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  3. BCTitans

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    This is hilarious.
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  4. bikini_titan

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    Like an earlier post stated, if you are going to drink, get a cab to the field. Much safer. If you are going to drive, the parking pass is the way to go. Had one for all the years I was in Nashville and it is a no brainer. However, if and when you find one, they are expensive. Most who sell their tickets and have a parking pass, that goes with the deal for x amount of dollars. Good luck and have a fun time!
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  5. DownSouthPlayer

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    remember if a guy in front of you is yelling, text the stadium to have him removed.
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  6. Beaudreaux

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    LOL, hey at least I don't have to put up with Texans fans yelling at me and my wife for a change to see my team.

    Thanks all for the input. Can't wait.
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  7. BCTitans

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    And no standing up either.
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  8. RavensShallBurn

    RavensShallBurn Ruck the Favens

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    Park in a garage on 4th & Commerce. It's $10 even though everything around it is $15 or $20.

    It's a bit of a walk, but I don't mind it at all. There's also a cheap but good restaurant - Demos' on 3rd & Commerce... also a SATCO (San Antonio Taco) right by it.

    There are two bridges to choose from and this spot is basically in between both of them, so either one is fine.
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  9. Alex1939

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    This is good advice to those without a parking pass.
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  10. Friendly Pats Fan

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    (First post. Would loved to have posted a thread entitled something like "Advice for a Patriots family attending Titans game" but I guess I'm not 'Thread-worthy' yet!)

    Looking for advice. Lifelong Pats fan, NE native living in Louisville, attending first game at LP field (nosebleeds)with wife and 2 kids, 10 and 12. Kids have never been to an NFL game. Can't afford trip and tickets to Gilette...want my son (12) to see Brady before he retires (or, God forbid, his oline gets him killed this Sunday!). Took them to Preds last year, had a blast, found Nashville (and Bridgestone) family-friendly....though I realize we were rooting for the home team which probably made a big difference! ...So...

    - How much and what kind of verbal abuse will we get if we show up in Pats gear?
    - Will we hear a lot of "Cheaters!" cat calls?
    - Any of the stadium food vendors stand out?

    Forecast says 79 and sunny next Sunday. No blizzards in sight ;)
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