Nashville Unveils Plans For The NFL Draft, But The Big Question… Will Florida Georgia Line Be Performing?

As you know, Nashville will be hosting the 2019 NFL Draft this year and Music City is starting to get excited.

Earlier this week, they officially unveiled how they plan to transform the city this coming April and it’s going to be quite the spectacle.

According to the Tennessee Titans website, this is what we can expect:

The main NFL Draft stage will be on First and Broadway. Draft picks on the main stage will take place the evenings of April 25 (Thursday) and April 26 (Friday) and during the afternoon of April 27 (Saturday).

Schermerhorn Symphony Center will be host to Selection Square, which features the team tables where representatives from each club will make their draft selections.

The NFL Draft Experience, a three-day football festival, will be held in the parking lots and areas surrounding Nissan Stadium.

The NFL Draft Red Carpet will take place on April 25 (Thursday) at The Green at Riverfront Park.

Concerts with “high level talent” are being planned for on the main stage on Broadway all three days, and on another stage across the Cumberland River. The performers will be announced at a later date.

Admission is free. There will be limited seating areas (and some VIP areas), but the idea is most fans can stand, and walk.

The NFL and the city are expecting crowds approaching 300,000 for the weekend in an area organizers are calling the largest festival footprint ever for an NFL Draft.

As of right now, Florida Georgia Line will NOT be performing, but don’t get your hopes up. It’s practically guaranteed.

A beer bottle on a dock


A beer bottle on a dock