Concessions Updates

Mobile ordering, local offerings available for upcoming season

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Vanderbilt Athletics is excited to provide a new and improved lineup of food, drink and service options to Vanderbilt Stadium.

The Commodores will host seven home games during the 2021 football season. Season tickets, mini plans and single-game tickets for the 2021 Vanderbilt football season are available through the Vanderbilt ticket office.

“When our fans return to Vanderbilt Stadium this season, they will enjoy new concessions offerings, including options that represent our great city of Nashville,” said Candice Lee, Vanderbilt’s vice chancellor for athletics and university affairs and athletic director. “We remain focused on enhancing the game day experience for our fans, and our partnership with Vanderbilt Campus Dining elevates those efforts in our venues.”

The “Craft & Draft” stand and “End Zone Market” stations will provide local craft beverages to fans, while self-service fountain stations featuring Pepsi products will provide free refills to decrease time spent in concession lines.

Patrons will also have the ability to place orders from their seats on mobile devices for quick pick-up at the nearest concession stand. Alerts will be sent when an order is ready.

The “Fan Favorite” concession stands will offer game day essentials like hot dogs, popcorn, pretzels, nachos and more. Our reimagined “1873 Grille” station will provide burgers, hot chicken, sandwiches and fries, among other offerings.

The stadium’s premium bridge seating area will feature full bar service.

In-seat service, multiple walk-up bars and a chef-crafted, made-to-order menu will be available in the north end zone premium seating area.

Additionally, local and regional vendors have partnered with Vanderbilt Athletics for the upcoming season, including Slim & Husky’s, Daddy’s Dogs, Conecuh Sausage, IceCrown, Kernels Nashville Popcorn, Community Coffee, Puckett’s, Chick-fil-A Rivergate and Corner Pub.

All payment transactions will be cashless, with vendors and concessionaires accepting cards only.