NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Kicking off with East Tennessee State at 7 p.m. on Sept. 4, Vanderbilt has set its ticket package options, prices and on-sale dates for the 2021 season as well as game themes.
Starting Monday, Vanderbilt launched its Seats for Service initiative. This program allows for individuals to sponsor a $20 game ticket, which will be donated to veterans, active-duty soldiers and their families.
Three and four-game mini plans will be offered this fall and go on sale July 6. For the three-game plan, individuals can select any three games, excluding the Georgia contest, starting at $85.
The four-game package begins at $165 and includes one game at each tier. For the four-game plan, fans get the Georgia game and choose between Stanford and Mississippi State, Missouri and Kentucky and East Tennessee State and UConn.
Single-game ticket sales, with the exception of the Georgia contest, begin July 20 for season ticket holders and donors and July 22 for general public. Single-game sales for the Georgia clash begin August 3 for season ticket holders and donors and August 5 for general public.
Prices have been established for the year with season tickets starting at $175, a minimum savings of 34 percent. Single-game tickets for the Georgia tilt begin at $75 with the Stanford and Mississippi State games $40, Missouri and Kentucky $35 and East Tennessee State and UConn $25.
For groups of 15 or more, pricing discounts are available with Georgia tickets starting at $60, Stanford and Mississippi State $35, Missouri and Kentucky $30 and East Tennessee State and UConn $20. Sales for groups kick off July 6.
Additional fees are not included in the starting prices for single games and groups.
Vanderbilt Stadium is expected to operate at 100 percent capacity for the 2021 campaign. Following revised CDC recommendations indicating that fully vaccinated people no longer need to wear masks or physically distance, Vanderbilt updated many of its protocols effective May 25, including that gathering size limits will be lifted for outdoor gatherings.
Vanderbilt will continue to monitor public health guidance and rely on experts, including the CDC, Nashville Metro Public Health, and leaders at Vanderbilt University Medical Center and the School of Nursing.
The Commodores have also set their game themes for the 2021 season, Clark Lea’s first as Vandy’s head coach. Each contest will recognize essential workers, who worked throughout the COVID-19 pandemic and served as leaders in community.
Sept. 4 at 7 p.m. vs. East Tennessee State
Front Line Worker Appreciation Night
Faith and Family Night
Sept. 18 at 7 p.m. vs. Stanford
Vandy United Night
Vanderbilt Employee Appreciation Night
Medical Worker Appreciation Night
Sept. 25 vs. Georgia
Season Ticket Holder Appreciation Day
Pioneers Celebration Day
Turner’s Heroes Day
Oct. 2 vs. UConn
Educator Appreciation Day
Mr. C’s Reading Club Day
Oct. 23 vs. Mississippi State
Celebration of Champions
Oct. 30 vs. Missouri
Small Business Appreciation Day
Community Partner Day
Sponsor Appreciation Day
Nov. 13 vs. Kentucky
Salute to Service Day
Military Appreciation Day
Food Donation Day
|Sept. 4||East Tennessee State||Front Line Worker Appreciation Night; Faith and Family Night; Youth Night|
|Sept. 18||Stanford||Vandy United Night; Vanderbilt Employee Appreciation Night; Medical Worker Appreciation Night|
|Sept. 25||Georgia||Season Ticket Holder Appreciation Day; Pioneers Celebration Day; Turner’s Heroes Day|
|Oct. 2||UConn||Family Weekend; Educator Appreciation Day; Mr. C’s Reading Club Day|
|Oct. 23||Mississippi State||Homecoming; Reunion Day; Union Day; Celebration of Champions|
|Oct. 30||Missouri||615 Day; Small Business Appreciation Day; Community Partners Day; Sponsor Appreciation Day; Halloween Celebration|
|Nov. 13||Kentucky||Salute to Service Day; Military Appreciation Day; Band Day; Food Donation Day; Senior Day|