Since 1998, the Music City Bowl has treated millions of fans to some of the most exciting bowl games in college football. The game matches up one of the top teams from the Southeastern Conference with a peer from the Atlantic Coast Conference. The Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl is sponsored by Franklin American Mortgage, and has been sponsored in the past by Bridgestone and Gaylord Hotels. The Music City Bowl has brought a number of fantastic college football programs to Nashville, including Alabama, Virginia Tech, Notre Dame, LSU, Ole Miss, and many more. Check out our Music City Bowl Champions page for a full list of former winners of the Music City Bowl. Score with TicketCity - the place to go for Music City Bowl tickets.
2016 Music City Bowl Preview
The Texas A&M Aggies will face the Louisville Cardinals in the 2015 Music City Bowl on December 30th, 2015, at Nissan Stadium in Nashville, Tennessee. The Aggies have some of the nation’s top talent on both sides of the ball and will look to ride the prolific arm of quarterback Kyle Allen and speed of playmaker Christian Kirk to another bowl victory. On the other side of the ball, Louisville rebounded from a disastrous start to the season, to find their identity in an opportunistic defense. The Cardinals are young on the offensive side of the ball, but will try to take advantage of what has been a hit or miss Texas A&M defensive unit. The 2015 Music City Bowl will likely be a preview of two of the top teams in the country a year from now, and will feature two teams packed with talent.
Check out our Music City Bowl Preview History page for previews of previous Music City Bowl games.
Music City Bowl at Nissan Stadium Address: 1 Titans Way, Nashville, Tennessee, 37213
The Music City Bowl is played each December at Nissan Stadium in Nashville, Tennessee, home of the NFL's Tennessee Titans and has a capacity of nearly 70,000.
The field level of the stadium, these sections offer an up-close view of the game. Sections 109-115 are along the home team sideline while 132-138 are along the visitor’s sideline. Rows are alphanumerically numbered going from A to Z, then starting again after Z with AA, BB, CC, ect..
This is the club level of the stadium, and all seats are extra-wide and comes with more leg room. You also get access to lounges and bars that are not available to other patrons.
Rows A through F of this level are called Loge sections, while the rest (G through Z, AA through KK) are the “Upper Level.” Loge seating is a great way to get into the stadium at a good price while still not having many people in front of you.
Music City Bowl Event Guide
What are the best attractions to see when in Nashville for the Music City Bowl?
It’s all about music in Nashville, so check out a show at the Ryman or Grand Ole Opry. RCA Studio B is a walk down memory lane for rock and country lovers, and the Johnny Cash Museum will tell you everything you need to know about the Man in Black.
Where are the best places to eat in Nashville for the Music City Bowl?
Two of the most famous restaurants in Nashville are Monell’s and Arnolds Country Kitchen. Both offer delicious southern fare and that’s what you should engorge on when in Tennessee. The Patterson House is also a good spot for a bite and great cocktails.
What are the best games in Music City Bowl history?
The 2010 Music City bowl went to double overtime with North Carolina eventually winning 30-27 over Tennessee after an interception of Vols QB Tyler Bray. The 2007 edition was exciting as well, with Florida State almost pulling off a comeback at the end of the game. They fell just short with a 35-28 loss to Kentucky.
Who are the most famous players to play in the Music City Bowl?
MVPs of the Music City Bowl include James Mungro, Marian Bardson, C.J. Spiller and Andre Woodson – who won the award in back-to-back games for Kentucky.