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Below is the seating chart for hockey in Bridgestone Arena. Keep in mind:

  • In lower level sections, rows start at Row AA (closest to ice), proceed to Row MM, then Row A and up.
  • In upper level sections, all rows are single letters. Row A is closer to the ice than Row B, for example.
  • On the Club Level (sections 207-218), rows start at Row D and proceed to Row G.
  • If you look at the section from the ice, seats start numbering from 1 going from left to right.

Hockey Seating Chart

Accessible Seating Information

Bridgestone Arena, home of the Nashville Predators, welcomes visitors with disabilities and provides services and amenities to accommodate their needs.

Here are some of the ways your arena meets the needs of the disabled. If additional assistance is needed during your visit to a Predators home game, contact your nearest ticket taker, usher, or event supervisor, or go to our Fan Relations booth near section 120 or 309. You may also email our Fan Relations staff for any specific needs or questions, or call us at 615-770-PUCK (Press 3).

Tickets for Accessible Seating

Tickets sold in disabled seating are priced the same as tickets in regular seating areas.There are three designated seating areas:

  • Wheelchair Seating
    Available on all levels of the facility and in all pricing levels.
  • Mobility Imparied Seating
    (Crutches, walkers, canes and other adaptive aids)
    Available on all levels of the facility and in all pricing levels.
  • Visually/Hearing Impaired Seating
    Available in a specific location. This seating is only available through the Bridgestone Arena Box Office due to its prime location.

The accessible parking is located in the Bridgestone Parking Garage (eight spaces available), and the van accessible parking is located in the Demonbreun Street garage (three spaces available).

ADA eligible parking is available on a first come, first serve basis. Additional accessible parking is available in the Central Parking surface lot located on Demonbreun Street, across from the south entrance to Bridgestone Arena.

To be admitted in the accessible parking areas, vehicles must display a current disabled window pass or license plate.

Entrance and Elevators

Bridgestone Arena's 5th and Broadway entrance and the south entrance on Demonbreun Street are wheelchair accessible. Both entrances have push button automated doors.

To access the Suite 200 and 300 levels, use the elevators located at Section 109 on the main concourse level. To access the Suite and 200 seating level only, use the elevators located at Sections 116/117 on the main concourse.

Assistive Listening Devices

Assistive listening devices are available in the box office, located on the main concourse in the food court, across from the escalator, near the main doors at 5th and Broadway.


All restrooms in Bridgestone Arena are wheelchair accessible. For added convenience, there are unisex accessible restrooms located near sections 103/104, 109/110,111/112,117/118,216/217,312/313,and 322/323.

Security and Bags Policy

For your safety and the safety of those around you, backpacks and duffle bags will no longer be allowed into Bridgestone Arena; however, purses, diaper bags and other small personal bags will still be allowed into the arena. This measure will allow for greater accessibility and better comfort at your seats.

** All bags are subject to random security searches upon entering Bridgestone Arena **

Outside of the the new bags policy, all of the security measures from last season remain the same, including the use of security wands as fans enter the building.