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The average price for Nashville Predators tickets during the regular season has remained relatively consistent over the past six seasons, with a few minor fluctuations. The lowest average ticket price for the Nashville Predators was $30 during the 2014-2015 season. The highest average ticket price for the Predators was $46 during the 2011-2012 season. The current average ticket price for the Predators for the 2016-2017 season is at $37, a 16% decrease from the previous season’s average price of $43.

Nashville Predators Regular Season Average Ticket Prices

(Data updated 11/10/2016)

How to Buy Nashville Predators Tickets

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2016 Predators Season Preview

The 2016-2017 Nashville Predators schedule is set and the team is looking to return to the playoffs to finish what they started last season. The Predators finished 4th in the Central Division and 7th in the Western Conference. They defeated the Anaheim Ducks in the first round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs, defeating them in a 4-3 series. They were unable to push past the San Jose Sharks in the second round, and lost to them in a 4-3 series. TicketCity is the place to go for Nashville Predators tickets. Whether you are planning on cheering on the Predators at Bridgestone Arena, or supporting Nashville on the road, TicketCity has some of the best deals for all Nashville Predators tickets, including home and away games.

Nashville Predators Hockey at Bridgestone Arena

Address: 501 Broadway, Nashville, Tennessee, 37203

The Predators play all their home games at Bridgestone Arena, located in Nashville, Tennessee. When filled to capacity, “The Stone” holds over 17,000 screaming fans. Bridgestone Arena also hosts numerous sporting events including figure skating, bull riding, and basketball games along with many entertainment acts throughout the year. The Nashville Predators home bench is on the Bridgestone Arena rink side in front of section 116. Bridgestone Arena parking information is covered in our Predators event guide.

Bridgestone Arena Seating Chart

Nashville Predators Rivals

Predators vs. Red Wings

It seems like it isn’t hard for most teams to despise the Red Wings, and in this instance it came pretty naturally for the Predators. The Predators first ever postseason opponents was the Red Wings in 2004 and they faced off again in the postseason in 2008.

Nashville Predators in the Stanley Cup, Western Conference Championship, and NHL Playoffs

The Predators have visited the postseason seven times since their first year of existence in the 1998-1999 season. The first year Nashville made the playoffs was 2004 and then second in 2007, and while they couldn’t seem to get past the Sharks in the first few postseason tries, they finally broke through with a win over Anaheim in 2011.

Nashville Predators Event Guide

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What time do gates open prior to a Predators game?

Doors open 1-hour before the puck drops at Bridgestone Arena.

Where are good places to eat before a Predators game?

Nashville is known for having unbelievable southern food. Of the many great places Arnold Country Kitchen and Puckett’s Grocery & Restaurant are both close and worth checking out. For great barbeque try Jack’s Bar-B-Que or Rippy’s. If you are looking for something quick and easy near Bridgstone Arena, visit Riff’s Fine Street Food, or The Grilled Cheeserie. They are two of the best food trucks you will find. No Nashville food guide is complete without some places to see live music. Robert’s Western World, and Listening Room Café are both within a mile of the arena and won’t disappoint. Other great places are El Rey, The Southern Steak & Oyster, and Etch.

Where is the best place to park at Bridgestone Arena?

Parking at Bridgestone Arena is limited and we recommend getting to the area early or purchasing a parking pass. The most convenient parking option in the area is the garage on the southwest corner of Bridgestone Arena. Right across the street is another large parking garage that is also great place to look. The next closest parking option is a few blocks to the east of the arena at 3rd Avenue South and Demonbreun St. at the Pinnacle Garage. Another good option is at Cumberland Park just on the other side of Cumberland River.

Does my child need a ticket to go to a Predators game?

Children under 2 years old do not require a ticket to a Predators game and must sit on a parents lap for the duration of the game. It is best practice to bring proof of your child’s age with you to avoid any last second issues at the gate.

Nashville Predators Preview History

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2015 Nashville Predators Season Preview

The Nashville Predators greatly exceeded expectations a season ago, surprising the world by maintaining a position as one of the league’s premier teams for much of the season. The Predators gave the eventual Stanley Cup champion Blackhawks a handful in the first round and come into 2015 riding increased expectations. Nashville did not make many major moves in the offseason, and will face their 2015 schedule with practically the same team as a season ago. The hope for 2015 Nashville Predators will lie in the play of the duo of Pekka Rinne, and Shea Weber. If Webber and Rinne can rise to the play of last season, and the rest of the Predators young talent can take a step forward, the Nashville Predators will once again be in the thick of the race for the Central Division.

2014 Nashville Predators Season Preview

The Nashville Predators found themselves in a transition year in 2013. The team was coming off of their first season missing the playoffs since 2009 and were hampered by nagging injuries all season. The Predators ended up missing the playoffs for a 2nd consecutive season. Enter 2014 and the Nashville Predators have new leadership and hope that the injuries that have plagued them for the past 2 seasons are finally behind them. Peter Laviolette takes over for Barry Trotz as the Predators head coach and will bring a fresh look on what has been a solid core of Predators players. Elite goaltender Pekka Rinne returns from a hip injury that kept him out much of last season and if he stays healthy, will have a major impact on Nashville’s 2014 chances. Captain Shea Weber will have added help from newcomer James Neal, who has the potential to be the top points scorer for the Predators. NHL’s Central Division is packed with possible playoff and Stanley Cup contenders, look for the Predators to be in the top half of the division and once again be in the thick of the playoff race late in the 2014-15 NHL season.

2013 Nashville Predators Season Preview

While the Predators missed the playoffs for only the second time in nine seasons, a lot of it was due to a plethora of injuries that Nashville hopes to avoid this season. They brought in new players as well, including Viktor Stalberg, Matt Cullen, Eric Nystrom and Bobby Butler. They also picked up Seth Jones with the fourth overall pick in the NHL draft, and think they have put together a team that can make a run at the Stanley Cup Finals in 2014. All eyes will be on Jones when he hits the ice as a promising 18-year old defender, and he’ll be hoping to prove he was worth the #1 overall pick. The Predators host the defending-champion Blackhawks on December 17th before a key five-game home stand in January that includes games against the Sharks, Ducks, Senators, Wild and Flames. Another four-game road trip will be a test in January, starting against the Canucks on Jan. 23.

2012 Nashville Predators Season Preview

The Red Wings reach the playoffs for the 21st consecutive season, though they aren’t the scary first round matchup their opponents are used to. However, the Predators will need to make sure they win games at home throughout the series, as Detroit did set an NHL record with 21 consecutive wins at Joe Louis Arena. The return of Alexander Radulov is the most unlikely storyline of this series, as the winger returned to Nashville from Russia after abandoning his contract with the team four years ago. Radulov had three goals and four assists in his seven games back and formers a potent offensive attack along with deadline-day addition Paul Gaustad.

2011 Nashville Predators Season Preview

With the NBA’s Memphis Grizzlies and NFL’s Tennessee Titans having breakout years in 2011, the Preds actually started the trend by scoring an astounding 99 points and winning their first playoff round since coming into the league in 1998. The question is if they can keep it up with their stars—Shea Weber, Ryan Suter and Pekka Rinne—on the last year of their contracts. It helps that they’ve already brought back their top defenseman and scorer, Shea Weber and Sergei Kostitsyn. However, the team isn’t soley dependent on any one player, depending on the likes of Mike Fisher, David Legwand, Martin Erat, Sergei Kostityn and Patric Hornqvist. It helps that in the net they will skate out Rinne, one of the best goalies in the league who will be following up his Vezina-nominated season. Their future started last year, but it might be this year when all the pieces add up to a major push for the Stanley Cup!

Nashville Predators News

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Nashville Predators - 12/7/2016

The Predators were able to defeat the Colorado Avalanche in a 4-3 game, giving them a 12-9-4 record and putting them in 5th place in the central division.

 
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