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Titans preseason camp information

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The training camp practices listed below are scheduled to be open to fans, weather permitting, at Titans Headquarters at Saint Thomas Sports Park in Nashville (unless noted otherwise).

Practice times subject to change without notice. Practices moved indoors will be closed to fans.

Sat., July 27: 9:50 am – Noon
Practice (Open to Fans)

Sun., July 28: 10:00 am – 12:15 pm
Practice (Open to Fans)

Wed., July 31: 9:50 am – Noon
Practice (Open to Fans)

Fri., Aug. 2: 9:50 am – Noon
Practice (Open to Fans)

Sat., Aug. 3: 6:00 – 10:00 pm
Practice and Kickoff Party at Nissan Stadium (Open to Fans)

Sat., Aug. 10: 1:50 – 3:45 pm
Practice (Open to Fans)

Sun., Aug. 11: 10:00 am – 12:15 pm
Practice (Open to Fans)

Wed., Aug. 14: 9:50 am – Noon
Practice with Patriots (Open to Fans)

Thurs., Aug. 15: 9:50 am – Noon
Practice with Patriots (Open to Fans)

 

Among the highlights of this year’s training camp: Nine open practices, a night practice at Nissan Stadium followed by a concert on the field by country music artist Jake Owen, and joint practices with the New England Patriots.

Admission is free to all of the practices, with no ticket required.

The first open practice for fans is set for Saturday, July 27 from 9:50 a.m. – Noon at Saint Thomas Sports Park.

Training camp is the only time of the year in which practices are open to the general public. All sessions are subject to change and will be closed to the public upon severe weather.

 

Fan Experience

At Saint Thomas Sports Park, bleachers surround the practice field to provide ample seating. A cold, filtered water station is available free of charge.

As always, select players will sign autographs after every practice that is open to the general public. The sessions will take place in the southeast end zone area. Generally, around 15 players per day participate in the autograph session.

A limited number of free parking spaces are available across the street from Saint Thomas Sports Park at 445 Great Circle Road. Additionally, free parking is available at Nashville Metro Parks and Recreation’s Ted Rhodes Multipurpose Fields (720 Mainstream Drive), where courtesy shuttles run continuously starting one hour before practice until one hour after practice concludes.

Security measures will be in place for all fans attending Titans training camp. To enter the grounds, fans must pass through a metal detector, and the same clear bag policy used at Nissan Stadium applies at training camp. Other items not allowed include food and beverage, tobacco products, coolers, liquids, umbrellas, chairs and strollers. Empty water bottles are allowed and can be filled at the free water station.

 

Directions and Parking

Admission to practice at Saint Thomas Sports Park and the August 3 practice at Nissan Stadium is free.

No tickets are required.

Fans attending training camp may park directly across the street from Saint Thomas Sports Park at 445 Great Circle Road. Once those spaces are filled, fans are directed to Ted Rhodes Park Multipurpose Fields at 720 Mainstream Drive, where a complimentary shuttle runs continuously to and from practice. Parking on the property of other area businesses could result in the vehicle being towed.

Directions to Saint Thomas Sports Park/Parking at 445 Great Circle Road:
-From Interstate 65 in downtown Nashville, take Exit 85 (Rosa Parks Boulevard) North.
-Proceed on Rosa Parks Boulevard and turn right on Athens Way.
-Turn left on Great Circle Road.
-Security officials will direct fans to the parking lot on the right and assist crossing the street into Saint Thomas Sports Park.

Directions to Ted Rhodes Park Multipurpose Fields (720 Mainstream Dr.) from I-65:
-From Interstate 65 in downtown Nashville, take Exit 85 (Rosa Parks Boulevard) North.
-Continue for approximately 1.5 miles.
-Turn right on Mainstream Drive.
-Parking is immediately to the right.
-Shuttles between Rhodes Park and Saint Thomas Sports Park will operate continuously from one hour before practice until one hour after practice.

Directions to Ted Rhodes Park Multipurpose Fields (720 Mainstream Dr.) from Saint Thomas Sports Park:
-Proceed west on Great Circle Road for a quarter mile.
-Turn right on Mainstream Drive
-Continue approximately 0.8 miles before turning left into the parking lot. The turn is before the intersection of Mainstream Drive and Rosa Parks Blvd.
-Shuttles between Rhodes Park and Saint Thomas Sports Park will operate continuously from one hour before practice until one hour after practice.

Clear Bag Policy

For the safety of fans, security measures are in place at training camp. Before entering the premises, fans must go through a metal detector. Spectators must adhere to the same clear bag policy that is in place for all NFL games, including Titans games at Nissan Stadium. Backpacks, purses, large duffel bags and suitcases are not allowed.

Other Items not allowed on the grounds include food and beverages brought from the outside, tobacco products, liquids, coolers, umbrellas, chairs and strollers.

Gates to the practice field generally open 15-30 minutes prior to the scheduled practice.

Autographs

Every player on the Titans roster takes part in a free autograph session after practice at least once during training camp. Generally, a different group of players are assigned each day, including several recognizable members of the roster, and additional players may choose to sign autographs at their discretion.

The players signing autographs on a particular day are not announced in advance. Autographs take place near the south (far) end zone, between the sideline and end zone bleachers.

The players’ time is limited, however, and fans are not guaranteed to receive autographs from specific players. Autograph sessions are canceled upon inclement weather.

Kickoff Party at Nissan Stadium

The Tennessee Titans are inviting fans to join them for the inaugural Kickoff Party presented by Pinnacle on August 3 at Nissan Stadium.

Award-winning country artist Jake Owen will perform an on-field concert for the fans after the Titans fully padded two-hour practice. The night will conclude with a firework display at the conclusion of the concert. The night begins at 6:00 pm with practice.

The event is free and open to the public with no tickets required. Parking in the stadium parking lots will also be free and discounted concession items will be available.

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