NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Football season tickets for Vanderbilt’s seven-game home schedule are now available to the public.
In announcing the season-ticket availability, Vanderbilt officials kept ticket prices at the same levels from the 2018 season for most all sections of Vanderbilt Stadium. Prices range from $170 for end zone seats to $300 for most sideline locations.
This season, Commodore season-ticket holders also can purchase a maximum of three general admission parking spaces in surface lots off Natchez Trace for $200 each. Last year, game-day parking spaces ranged from $250 up to $3,000.
The Commodores, coming off the program’s ninth postseason appearance at the Academy Sports + Outdoors Texas Bowl, will host nationally ranked Georgia in the season opener on Saturday, Aug. 31. The remaining home schedule includes LSU (Sept. 21), Northern Illinois (Sept. 28), UNLV (Oct. 12), Missouri (Oct. 19), Kentucky (Nov. 16) and East Tennessee State (Nov. 23).
Head coach Derek Mason returns 14 starters and more than 50 letterwinners from the Texas Bowl squad, highlighted by the talented senior trio of running back Ke’Shawn Vaughn, wide receiver Kalija Lipscomb and tight end Jared Pinkney.
Options & Pricing
|Sections B,F (1-39)||$350||$350|
|Sections C-E (11-39)||$400||$400|
|Parking (lots off Natchez Trace)||$200||$250/$300|
Season tickets can be purchased online, by phone at 615-322-GOLD, or in person at the Vanderbilt Athletics ticket office (2601 Jess Neely Drive, Nashville).