2015 Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl Tickets On-Sale

TICKETS FOR 18th ANNUAL FRANKLIN AMERICAN MORTGAGE MUSIC CITY BOWL ON SALE TUESDAY, SEPT. 8

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (Sept. 7th, 2015) – Tickets for the 2015 Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl go on sale Tuesday, Sept. 8 at 10 a.m. The 18th annual game will be played at Nissan Stadium on Wednesday, Dec. 30 in prime time with a kick-off set at 6:00 p.m. CST.

Tickets start as low as $25 each and are available in a wide variety of price levels through all Ticketmaster outlets and online at TicketMaster.com.
For fans looking to enhance their Bowl experience, PrimeSport will be handling all Official VIP Ticket Packages, which include tickets, hospitality, parking, and more. More information on VIP Packages can be found at MusicCityBowl.com.

“The Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl is sure to bring excitement to our city and for our sponsors,” said Scott Ramsey, president and CEO, Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl. “We are thankful for our partnerships with the SEC, ACC, Big Ten and ESPN and look forward to a great schedule of events that visitors and local fans can enjoy leading into the New Year’s celebrations.”

Now in its 18th year, the Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl matches a team from the Southeastern Conference (SEC) with a team from either the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) or the Big Ten. In 2014, over 60,000 fans packed Nissan Stadium to watch a thrilling game decided by a last second field goal as Notre Dame defeated LSU 31-28.

Established in 1998, the Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl has transformed the week between Christmas and New Year’s Day into one of the city’s busiest tourism weeks of the year. Since its inception, the Bowl has produced $262 million in direct economic impact to Nashville.
About the Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl:

The Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl (501(c)(3) non-profit organization) is an annual post-season collegiate Bowl featuring the Atlantic Coast or Big Ten and Southeastern Conferences. Since its inception, the Bowl has produced over $250 million in direct economic impact. Distributed nationally to millions of viewers and listeners on ESPN and ESPN Radio, the Bowl is Nashville’s

Nashville’s Holiday Tradition
Holiday Tradition. For more information, call the Bowl office at 615.743.3130 or visit the Bowl online at MusicCityBowl.com.