Music City Bowl Tickets History
College football fans wait all year for Bowl Season to begin, with one great bowl
matchup after another. One of the most anticipated games every year is the Music City Bowl, a matchup of two of the greatest
college football conferences, the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) and the Southeast Conference (SEC). Played the week of New
Years Eve every year, the Music City Bowl brings thousands of college football fanatics to Nashville, Tennessee to see two
of the best teams in football duke it out to achieve their postseason dreams. The Music City Bowl was conceived by the Nashville
Sports Council, who wanted to host an SEC bowl game and bring the great sport of college football to a city known for its
vibrant nightlife and hospitality to visitors. With the Tennessee Titans of the NFL opening up a brand new stadium in 1999,
the idea of an SEC team playing in a postseason bowl game in one of the region's most popular cities seemed like a no brainer.
The inaugural Music City Bowl was held on December 29, 1998 at Vanderbilt University'sVanderbilt Stadium while LP Stadium
was being completed. The Music City Bowl was originally created as a partnership between the SEC and the Big East Conference,
but in 2000, the bowl decided to sign a new contract with the Big 10 Conference, to add a new crop of teams to play in the
annual game. In 2005, the bowl would change directions once again, signing a new deal with the ACC. Annually, the Music City
Bowl is one of the biggest events in Nashville, welcoming thousands of college football fans for one of the season's most
exciting games as well as all the merriment that Nashville has to offer.
The NCAA College Football Experience
Football is one of the most popular sports in the country and it is about more than just two universities competing against
each other, it is about whole communities banding together for a similar cause. The season is full of incredible games, with
millions of fans coming out to their school's stadium, decked out in school colors, willing their team to victory. If possible,
things get even more intense with the very best of the best competing for postseason glory. There is nothing better than being
at a bowl game in person to cheer your team on, in front of a national television audience. Many fans journey to a new city
to enjoy much more than just the football game, but the full bowl experience, from parades and pregame tailgate parties to
post game celebrations. If you are a true college football fanatic, then traveling to see your favorite team play in a bowl
game is the perfect trip for you.
Music City Bowl Teams
Since 2006, the SEC and ACC have taken to the
field in Nashville to compete in the Music City Bowl, in one of the most anticipated bowl games of the season. The SEC is
a college football powerhouse, a veritable who's who of the Top 25. The ACC may be better known for their college basketball
teams, but they are quickly becoming one of the most feared conferences in the country, thanks to Florida State's convincing
2014 National Championship. With the depth of these conferences, the Music City Bowl is guaranteed to see some of the hottest
teams in the country at LP Field in Nashville every December. Nashville is a favorite destination for visitors all year long,
but come the end of December, the city is flushed with some of the most passionate college football fans in the country and
there is nowhere else you should be.
Nicknamed "The Music City", Nashville, Tennessee
is the capital of the music industry, launching some of the biggest names in music history. Artists like Patsy Cline, Johnny
Cash and June Carter Cash, Jimi Hendrix, Faith Hill, Waylon Jennings, Kris Kristofferson, Lady Antebellum, Alan Jackson, The
Black Keys, Aaron Neville, Willie Nelson, Little Richard and Blake Shelton all flocked to Nashville in search of their big
break. Nashville is known for its eclectic nightlife and streets lined with live music venues. Another nickname that Nashville
has earned is "Athens of the South" due to its high number of colleges and universities, including Vanderbilt University and
Tennessee State University. Nashville is one of the most vibrant cities in the world, so grab your guitar and head to the
center of the music universe today.
Music City Bowl Fans
Everyone knows that SEC football fans are amongst
the most passionate anywhere. They eat, drink and sleep SEC football 365 days of the year and come football season, it becomes
an obsession. When it comes to clash with their ACC foes, Nashville, Tennessee becomes a battle ground of two incredible college
football fanbases and you won't want to miss one of the most electric atmospheres around. Get your Music City Bowl tickets
at StubHub today and get ready for the ride of your life.