It's been more than four years since Paul McCartney performed in Nashville, but the British music icon will finally make his way back to the Music City in 2014 to headline Bridgestone Arena on Oct. 16. His ongoing Out There Tour has been crisscrossing the globe since it kicked off in the spring of 2013, and now fans in central Tennessee will be able to hear live renditions of his most famous tunes, ranging from big Beatles hits like "Let It Be" to Wings staples like "Let Me Roll It." This concert was originally scheduled for June 25, so some tickets for the upcoming show may have the original date featured on them.
Bridgestone Arena Seating Information
Paul McCartney and his band will be on stage at one of the ends of the arena, allowing for eight sections of reserved seating to be set up on the Floor Level. Sections 1-3 will be the closest options to the stage, and Sections 7 and 9 will be located at the rear of the arena. Additionally, there are more admission options available in the standard stadium-style seating that surrounds the Bridgestone Arena floor. The tiered seating bowl begins with the Lower Level (Sections 101-120) and extends upward to the Middle (Sections 201-0224) and Upper (Sections 301-333) Levels. Note that some seats may have limited or obstructed views, which will be noted within the listing.
Bridgestone Arena General Information
Re-entry and smoking are both prohibited at Bridgestone Arena with no exceptions. Signs smaller than two feet by three feet will be allowed, but they cannot be attached to any sticks or poles. Additionally, recording the concert with any devices--professional or otherwise--is prohibited. Small, personal cameras will be allowed at the venue, but no flash can be used during the show. If you will require any accessible services on the night of the Paul McCartney show, you can reach out directly to the venue's staff for assistance.
Bridgestone Arena Parking Information
Bridgestone Arena is attached to the Grand Avenue Garage, which will be open with numerous parking spaces during the Paul McCartney Nashville show. Alternative parking may be found in other lots and garages that stand within a short walking distance of the arena. Bridgestone Arena bike parking is also made available to fans with racks near the front gates.
Bridgestone Arena Gate Times
You should be able to enter Bridgestone Arena by 7 p.m. CST for the Paul McCartney concert, but keep in mind that the time is subject to change on or before Oct. 16.