Sounds release season ticket information at First Tennessee Park

Sounds release season ticket information at First Tennessee Park (Image 1)

The Nashville Sounds have unveiled the seating map and details of season ticket prices for the team’s inaugural season at First Tennessee Park next year.

“This a significant moment for Sounds fans to have their first opportunity to become stakeholders in the new First Tennessee Park,” said Sounds owner Frank Ward. “This will be the finest ballpark in the country, a state-of-the-art facility with many upgraded amenities.”

Current Sounds season ticket holder, as well as individuals who have made a deposit for tickets at the new ballpark, will have an exclusive window to select their seats beginning at 9 a.m. Monday.

Beginning Tuesday, September 2, the remaining season tickets will go on sale to the general public at the Sounds’ administrative office at Greer Stadium or by calling 615-690-HITS.

Premier Club plans start at $1,800 for the season.

The Sounds wrap up their final season at Greer Stadium, where the team has played for 37 years, next Wednesday, August 27.

General admission tickets are available for $8 and reserved tickets can be purchased for $12.

SLIDESHOW: Nashville Sounds to move to Sulphur Dell

The new ballpark, First Tennessee Park, is located at the former Sulphur Dell site on Jackson Street, east of the Bicentennial Mall between Fourth and Fifth avenues.

Groundbreaking on the multi-million dollar project began earlier this year.

It is expected to open in April of 2015.

Sulphur Dell is the original home of Nashville’s minor league team. The ballpark was built in 1870 and used for nearly 100 years until 1963. It was eventually demolished in 1969.

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