First Tennessee Park

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First Tennessee Park opened its doors on April 17, 2015 to a sellout crowd of 10,459 fans to cheer on the Nashville Sounds in the opener to the team’s 38th season. With 19 sellouts in 71 openings, the first season welcomed a total of 565,548 fans to the park, which is the highest attendance the Sounds have had in the last 25 years.

First Tennessee Park marks a return to the area where Sulphur Dell Park once stood. Sulphur Dell hosted Negro and Minor League Baseball teams from the 19th century

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First Tennessee Park

19 Junior Gilliam Way, Nashville, TN 37219

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