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Nashville SC Throwing Pre-Match Party at Nissan Stadium on Saturday, Oct. 12

By Nashville SC, 10/11/19, 4:15PM EDT


You're invited to The Opening Act on match day from 4:30-6:30 p.m.

NASHVILLE – Nashville Soccer Club is throwing its biggest parking-lot party of the year before the team hosts North Carolina FC at Nissan Stadium on Saturday, Oct. 12. The Boys in Gold will play under the lights of Music City’s main stage starting at 7 p.m. CT, and you’re are invited to kick off the evening with fellow fans at the club’s Opening Act in the South Plaza between lots J and K.

The pre-match party goes from 4:30- 6:30 p.m. and will have a variety of great food for purchase, plenty of activities for all ages and must-see performers ranging from circus entertainers to local music talent. 

Southern indie rock band The Weeks will take the stage from 5-6 p.m. The Weeks are no stranger to the club as the band played a set at the Major League Soccer brand launch in February. Their track “Gold Don’t Rust” is the featured Nashville SC goal song that is played in the stadium each time the Boys in Gold find the back of the net. DJ Chase Erwin of Whiskey Row on Broadway will be spinning tracks and dropping beats to open and close the event.

Delicious local food options will be available for purchase including Filipino cuisine Kamayan Catering, Good Boy Veggie Grill, Burritos La Mina and Moosic City Ice Cream and Waffles. Fans can also head to the leisure tent with high-top tables, misting fans, and foosball tables to enjoy their food and stay cool. 

Bring your friends and family to play pick-up soccer on our inflatable pitch, play some EA Sports FIFA19 on our Video Game Truck and take pictures at our photo booth to capture your memories at one of the biggest soccer matches of the year. Jugglers, stilt walkers, fire breathers and aerialists will also be performing throughout the concourse to add to the fun.

Don’t miss out on Nashville SC’s biggest pre-match party of the season. Get your tickets to the match on Saturday, Oct. 12 here