Vandyville tailgating opens 4 hours prior to kick off and closes at halftime.
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Purchase Commodore football tickets by calling 615.322.4653 or online.
The Max Nance Kids’ Zone is conveniently located off Natchez Trace at the outdoor track. It opens two hours prior to kickoff, and all activities are free (inflatables, face painter, balloon artist, etc). It closes at kick off.
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Puckett’s Stage: Located on Dudley Court, just off Natchez Trace, Vandyville’s main stage will feature live music beginning two hours prior to kick off. Here you’ll also find food trucks, common seating and a video board to catch key college football action.
NEW FOR 2023 – On game days, the Vanderbilt Bookstore will be transitioning to cashless transactions. The bookstore will offer several merchandise and apparel locations throughout the game day footprint. Guests can check out the pop-up location in Vandyville located off of Dudley Court. The Vanderbilt Bookstore trailer will be located just inside the Frist Family Gate as guests enter the west concourse and a pop-up location will be available for guests sitting on the east concourse by Section P. The main university bookstore is located at the corner of 25th Avenue South and West End Avenue.
You can also visit the bookstore in person at 2501 West End Avenue.
Fire Safety in Vandyville
In an effort to make Vandyville compliant with all fire safety codes, there will be some reconfiguration of tents on Natchez Trace to create fire breaks between tents. Per the Vanderbilt University fire safety guidelines, the use of open flame fire pits is no longer permitted during all tailgate activities — this includes Vandyville. We are working with fire safety officials to make your pregame tailgating a safe and enjoyable experience. Please use these guidelines for Vandyville this season.
– The grill or cooking device shall be used on level ground.
– The grill or cooking device shall not be used under a tent or membrane structure.
– All manufacturer guidelines must be followed at all times.
– Each tent is responsible for having a means to extinguish fire readily available at all times (this includes a grease fire, gas, charcoal or wood fire).
If you have questions, please contact Jessamyn Davis in the Office of Emergency Preparedness, Fire and Workplace Safety at firstname.lastname@example.org.