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Bridgestone Arena

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Bridgestone Arena

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airmarieallen555 wrote a review 3 Apr
New Carlisle, Ohio51 contributions2 helpful votes
Really well kept up and the fan ship was nice!! There is parking all around and you are able to walk to it from anywhere around Beale.
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Date of experience: April 2021
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Kevin B wrote a review Jul 2020
Mount Juliet, Tennessee1,663 contributions200 helpful votes
Bridgestone is a great place to watch a hockey game or see a concert. We've been here several times over the past few years and it's been great each time. Parking is super easy here and you can park across the street at the Music City Center and it's usually $15-20 for a concert, which is really good. Getting inside is smooth and the workers are very efficient. The food and drink options are great and there's plenty of food options on both levels. The drink options are plentiful (it is Nashville after all) and it ranges from craft beer to cocktails and wine slushies. The views for concerts are really very good and we usually sit on the 2nd level (midway to the stage), which is a great balance between a great view and not being too expensive. Bridgestone gets lots of great acts and we've seen Fleetwood Mac, Hall and Oates, Train, Elton John, and ELO over the past few years. We've been to a Preds game too and that was very fun, but we're Rangers fans, so the concerts were more fun ;). We can't wait until COVID clears and concerts come back!
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Shelby B wrote a review Jul 2020
Raleigh, North Carolina287 contributions82 helpful votes
I was able to go see the Hurricanes play the Predators (Go Canes!) this is an excellent venue with plenty of service all around for everyone. Laid out in a fashion that makes getting around easy. Enjoyable staff and fans. Can’t wait to get back.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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gaylew559 wrote a review Jun 2020
Toronto, Canada96 contributions63 helpful votes
Bridgestone Arena as a building is fine but we did not enjoy the concert. We travelled from Canada to Nashville - just - to see the Queen Concert. Could have saved myself a ton of money as now [June 2020] the concert is on Netflix. So many people stood during the entire concert. It was awful, you paid all that money and you couldn't sit and relax and really enjoy the show. Nobody - not even one time made an announcement to ask people to try to stay seated so everyone could see. When Shania Twain was in Toronto, they made little announcements through out asking people to please try to stay seated so everyone could enjoy seeing the concert. We had to watch the screen entire time as people wouldn't sit down - I could have watched a screen in my own living room. We left not feeling we even saw a concert as we couldn't see Adam Lambert at all. The best part of the concert was the shuttle bus and briefly meeting some lovely Americans.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Jeramie wrote a review May 2020
Marion, Illinois686 contributions171 helpful votes
As a concert venue, Bridgestone Arena was very good. The staff was pleasant and the facility was on par with comparable venues.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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