North End Zone Seating Sold Out

New premium seating in the south end zone will open in 2025

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The brand-new premium seating in the north end zone of FirstBank Stadium has sold out for the 2024 Vanderbilt football season.

With the north end zone reaching capacity, all premium spaces in FirstBank Stadium are sold out for 2024, including suites and The Bridge. In addition, season tickets have been renewed at a rate passing 80%, well above historical averages at Vanderbilt.

Season tickets remain available for 2024, with the home schedule including Virginia Tech, Alabama, Texas and Tennessee. Fans can purchase only by calling the ticket office at 615-322-4653.

North End Zone Seating

Two sections of premium seating in the north end zone, field level and terrace seating, open this fall as part of the ongoing Vandy United campaign.

The field level section offers an unmatched and up-close view of the action, as well as amenities including a reserved table top seat protected from the elements, access to climate-controlled hospitality and restrooms, complimentary game day buffet and access to a cash bar. The terrace section is an entry-level premium opportunity including a reserved table top, in-seat wait service and the ability to upgrade for access into the field-level hospitality space.

Seating was allocated based on National Commodore Club priority.

Coming 2025 – South End Zone Seating

Premium seating will continue to expand at FirstBank Stadium in 2025 as options in the south end zone open. The south end zone will include six unique seating options, including over 1,000 club seats. Additional details on pricing and process for the south end zone will be released this spring. More information on premium seating is available here.

2024 Season

Vanderbilt head coach Clark Lea enters his fourth season at the helm of his alma mater in 2024. The Commodores began spring practice on March 19 as they welcome new offensive coordinator Tim Beck and Lea, a Broyles Award semifinalist as a defensive coordinator, takes the reins of the defense.

Virginia Tech visits Nashville to open the 2024 season on Aug. 31 and the home slate includes visits from 2023 College Football Playoff semifinalists Texas and Alabama, as well as rival Tennessee.