Tennessee Titans are saying ticket prices are not going up next season, but it will cost fans $2 more per game anyway. That's because of a user fee being assessed for every LP Field event being held June 13.
It means that a typical $43 Titans game ticket from a year ago will actually be marked as $45 with the extra money going into a capital fund maintained by Metro for upkeep and maintenance on the stadium.
The increase goes into effect after the CMA Festival wraps up in June and applies not only to Titans games, but any other event that takes place inside the stadium with the lone exception of Tennessee State football games. So expect to fork over two more bucks for the Music City Bowl, concerts in the venue and any soccer games played in the stadium.
“After mid-June, when the CMA is final, every event will have a $2 per ticket charge for every event, whether is the Titans, soccer, the Music City Bowl. This will keep everything moving forward and goes into the capital fund,” Titans executive vice president of administration and facilities Don MacLachlan said. “It was appropriated for the enhancement and upkeep of LP Field. This is not a Titans tax. It is for any and all events that we have at the stadium.”