NEW YORK – – The National Hockey League today unveiled a rendering of the National Football League’s Tennessee Titans home conversion, Nissan Stadium, for the 2022 Navy Federal Credit Union NHL Stadium Series™, outdoor game on July 26. February between the Nashville Predators and Tampa Bay Lightning. The match, which will air live at 7:30 p.m. ET / 6:30 p.m. CT on TNT, SN360 and TVA Sports, will feature a tribute to Nashville’s country music scene with live musical performances from superstars Miranda Lambert and Dierks. Bentley and other special guests. (Rendering credit: NHL/Infinite Scale Design Group/Populous)
The regulation NHL rink that sits atop the field at Nissan Stadium will be surrounded by design elements inspired by Nashville’s Broadway entertainment district – neon marquees, historic brick buildings, musical notes and a cowboy boot with a skate blade as well as a cowboy hat with a hockey stick in the band as a nod to the arena and the host city of the Predators. Three stages will be shared with the rink, one for each of the featured artists and each named after their respective Nashville establishments – Lambert’s Casa Rosa and Bentley’s Whiskey Row, for their first intermission presented by Ticketmaster performances, and a central stage for the band house “The Stadium Biscuits” (led by bandleader John Bohlinger) and other special guests.
A limited number of tickets for the 2022 Navy Federal Credit Union NHL Stadium Series™ are available for purchase through Ticketmaster, the official ticketing partner of the NHL®.
Before the Predators take on the Lightning inside Nissan Stadium, the Truly Hard Seltzer® NHL® PreGame, the event’s official fan festival, will entertain fans of all ages with fun hockey attractions at the parking lot R with dynamic activities from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. CT. For more information on the event, visit NHL.com/StadiumSeries.
The 2022 Navy Federal Credit Union NHL Stadium Series™ marks the Predators’ second regular season away game and first as the host team. The Lightning will make their outdoor debut, becoming the 27th NHL team to appear in an outdoor regular season game.