Train in Nashville ticket prices
Watching Train perform live in Nashville might set you back about $90. That being said, this price is an average and doesn't account for where you're sitting. If you'd like to see prices by seating section, scroll back to the top and click on one of the Train events. We also have a few pointers for tracking down a cheap Train ticket:
- Performances on weekdays are often cheaper
- Look at Train concerts near Nashville
- Keep an eye on tickets since prices change frequently and you can often spot a deal if you're on the lookout
Train at Bridgestone Arena
If Train is coming through Nashville, there's a good chance there will be a stop at Bridgestone Arena. It's the #1 concert venue in Nashville based on SeatGeek's ticket data. The most likely alternatives are either Ryman Auditorium or Nissan Stadium. Bridgestone Arena has a capacity of about 19712, which means it will probably be a big show if Train is performing there. You can browse upcoming events at the venues mentioned above by visiting one of their pages: Bridgestone Arena, Ryman Auditorium or Nissan Stadium.
History of Train in Nashville
Music fans in Nashville may already be familiar with Train. The first Train concert in Nashville that had tickets listed on SeatGeek was at Carl Black Chevy Woods Amphitheater on 8/5/12.
Nashville has a strong live music scene, according to SeatGeek's data, the most popular acts in Nashville have been Grand Ole Opry, Ed Sheeran and Taylor Swift. If you'd like to see other concerts in Nashville, you can check out our Nashville concerts page.