NASHVILLE, Tenn. - The Nashville Sounds have unveiled the seating map and details of its season ticket membership plans for the team's inaugural season at First Tennessee Park in 2015.
Current Sounds season ticket holders as well as all individuals who have made a deposit for tickets at the new ballpark will have an exclusive window to select their seats, beginning at 9 a.m. on Monday, August 25 at the team's administrative office at Greer Stadium or by calling 615-690-HITS.
On September 2, season ticket memberships will go on sale to the remainder of the general public at the Sounds' administrative office beginning at 9 a.m.
"This a significant moment for Sounds fans to have their first opportunity to become stakeholders in the new First Tennessee Park," said Sounds owner Frank Ward. "This will be the finest ballpark in the country, a state-of-the-art facility with many upgraded amenities."
Located on the Luxury Suite level, Premier Club and Club season ticket members will enjoy padded seating as well as access to a private bar and lounge and suite level restrooms -- all included in the ticket price. The first row behind each dugout is also classified as a Club seat location. Prices start at $25 per game ($1,800 per seat for the 72-game season). Premier Club and Club seating areas will provide fans with an incredible view of the city's skyline.
The Premier seating in the 11 sections located dugout-to-dugout on the lower level are $20 per game. Dugout seat locations are located in the rear portion of the dugout-to-dugout seating areas for $14 per game.
Season tickets for the Select seating locations cost only $12 per game, and Bullpen seating locations, located adjacent to each team's on-field bullpen, cost only $9 per game.
"We invite baseball fans and businesses to take the best advantage of early seat selection as we move the Sounds into our new ballpark next spring," said Eric Rowley, the Sounds' Vice President of Ticket Sales & Service. "While we realize some of our season ticket prices have increased, one of our main points of emphasis during the planning stages was to also keep affordable options, which we have accomplished."
Additional to early seat selection, there are a number of benefits to being a season ticket member, including:
- Savings over individual ticket prices
- Unused ticket exchange program
- Online account management
- Exclusive gifts and entry to the ballpark
- Merchandise discounts
- A dedicated service representative
- The first opportunity to purchase tickets to other events held at First Tennessee Park
For more information, visit www.firsttennesseepark.com to go on a virtual tour of the new ballpark or for complete details on season ticket pricing and packages.
This story was not subject to the approval of the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues or its clubs.