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Chattanooga | Knoxville, Pigeon Forge, Gatlinburg, Sevierville & Smoky Mountains
Memphis & Delta | Nashville | Tri-Cities - Bristol, Johnson City & Kingsport

Chattanooga Sports Venues
Chattanooga | Knoxville, Pigeon Forge, Gatlinburg, Sevierville & Smoky Mountains
Memphis & Delta | Nashville | Tri-Cities - Bristol, Johnson City & Kingsport | Index
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VENUE YEAR
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CITY CAPACITY NOTES
 
2000
Chattanooga
6,160
Home of the Chattanooga Lookouts (Los Angeles Dodgers AA affiliate)
 
1997
Chattanooga
20,668
Home of Chattanooga Mocs football & soccer (SoCon)
 
1982
Chattanooga
12,000
Home of UT Chattanooga Mocs basketball (SoCon)
Knoxville, Pigeon Forge, Gatlinburg, Sevierville & Smoky Mountains Sports Venues
Chattanooga | Knoxville, Pigeon Forge, Gatlinburg, Sevierville & Smoky Mountains
Memphis & Delta | Nashville | Tri-Cities - Bristol, Johnson City & Kingsport | Index
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VENUE YEAR
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CITY CAPACITY NOTES
 
1991
Harrogate
5,000
Home of Lincoln Memorial University Railsplitters basketball (NCAA)
 
1961
Knoxville
7,141
Includes an auditorium, multi-purpose arena, exhibition hall & a ballroom
 
1919
Knoxville
102,455
Home of Tennessee Volunteers football (SEC)
 
2014
Gatlinburg
5,000
Basketball, volleyball, wrestling, gymnastics, climbing wall, soccer, football, lacrosse, ultimate frisbee
 
2000
Sevierville
6,413
Home of the Tennessee Smokies (Chicago Cubs AA affiliate)
 
2016
Pigeon Forge
6,000
6 Lighted Synthetic Turf Baseball Fields
 
1987
Knoxville
21,678
Home of Tennessee Volunteers & Lady Vols basketball & volleyball (SEC)
Memphis & Delta Sports Venues
Chattanooga | Knoxville, Pigeon Forge, Gatlinburg, Sevierville & Smoky Mountains
Memphis & Delta | Nashville | Tri-Cities - Bristol, Johnson City & Kingsport | Index
ONLINE
BOOKING
VENUE YEAR
OPEN
CITY CAPACITY NOTES
 
2000
Memphis
12,512
Home of the Memphis Redbirds (St. Louis Cardinals AAA affiliate)
 
2004
Memphis
21,165
Home of the Memphis Grizzlies (NBA) & Memphis Tigers basketball (C-USA); part of the Beale Street Historic District
 
1965
Memphis
62,380
Home of Memphis Tigers football (Big East); Hosts the Liberty Bowl (NCAA) & the Southern Heritage Classic (NCAA)
 
1986
Millington
35,000
NASCAR Nationwide Series, NCWTS
 
1968
Jackson
5,600
Host of the NAIA Women's Division I National Championship Basketball Tournament
 
1998
Jackson
6,000
Home of the Jackson Generals (Seattle Mariners AA affiliate)
 
1974
Memphis
5,200
Regions Morgan Keegan Championships, ATP, 11 indoor & 16 outdoor courts
Nashville Sports Venues
Chattanooga | Knoxville, Pigeon Forge, Gatlinburg, Sevierville & Smoky Mountains
Memphis & Delta | Nashville | Tri-Cities - Bristol, Johnson City & Kingsport | Index
ONLINE
BOOKING
VENUE YEAR
OPEN
CITY CAPACITY NOTES
 
2001
Nashville
5,584
Home of Libscomb University Bison basketball & volleyball (A-Sun)
 
1996
Nashville
20,000
Home of the Nashville Predators (NHL)
 
2003
Nashville
5,085
Home of Belmont University Bruins basketball & volleyball (OVC)
 
1977
Cookeville
9,282
Home of Tennessee Tech Golden Eagles basketball (OVC)
 
1980
Nashville
10,500
Home of Tennessee State Tigers basketball (OVC)
 
1946
Clarksville
10,000
Home of Austin Peay State Governors football (OVC)
 
1964
Martin
8,500
Home of University of Tennessee at Martin Skyhawks football (OVC)
 
1978
Nashville
10,300
Home of the Nashville Sounds (Milwaukee Brewers AAA affiliate)
 
1933
Murfreesboro
31,000
Home of Middle Tennessee State Blue Raiders football (SBC)
 
1999
Nashville
68,804
Home of the Tennessee Titans (NFL), Tennessee State Tigers football (OVC); Hosts the Music City Bowl & the CMA Music Festival
 
1952
Nashville
14,316
Home of Vanderbilt University Commodores basketball (SEC)
 
1972
Murfreesboro
11,520
Includes the Monte Hale Arena; Home of Middle Tennessee State Blue Raiders basketball (SBC)
 
1962
Nashville
9,654
Home of the Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum; Hosts various concerts, sports, religious events & family shows
 
1966
Cookeville
16,500
Home of Tennessee Tech Golden Eagles football (OVC)
 
1922
Nashville
40,550
Home of Vanderbilt Commodores football (SEC)
 
1975
Clarksville
9,000
Home of Austin Peay State Governors basketball (OVC)
Tri-Cities - Bristol, Johnson City & Kingsport TN; Heart of Appalachia VA Sports Venues
Chattanooga | Knoxville, Pigeon Forge, Gatlinburg, Sevierville & Smoky Mountains
Memphis & Delta | Nashville | Tri-Cities - Bristol, Johnson City & Kingsport | Index
ONLINE
BOOKING
VENUE YEAR
OPEN
CITY CAPACITY NOTES
 
1965
Bristol
25,000
NHRA
 
1961
Bristol
160,000
Sprint Cup, NASCAR Nationwide Series, NCWTS, NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour
 
1977
Johnson City
8,539
Home of East Tennessee State Buccaneers basketball (A-Sun)
 
1981
Bristol
6,500
Home of Bristol Tennessee High School sports & academic events; Hosts various concerts, trade & consumer shows & sporting events


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