Section 118 Bridgestone Arena

Section 118 at Bridgestone Arena in Nashville

Watching a hockey game at Bridgestone Arena in Nashville is an unforgettable experience for any hockey fan, offering an electric atmosphere unlike anything found elsewhere. This is especially true during Predators games; fans are already looking forward to this year’s record-setting campaign and Bridgestone Arena will certainly provide one of the most thrilling places in all of NHL.

Section 118 at Bridgestone Arena offers fans plenty of seating options, from those close to the action to higher up views that provide a full 360-degree panorama. Lower level end sections provide ideal closeness, giving fans close up views of goal to goal breakouts and cross-ice passing during games. Double lettered rows will put fans closer to the action; single lettered rows offer full panoramic vantage of Bridgestone Arena’s arena.

There is also a balcony level in the middle of the arena that offers seats from rows A through T, providing excellent views of both the entire ice surface as well as those fans sitting below in bleachers. Unfortunately, however, its acoustics do not match those found at lower bowl or club levels and you may need to strain to hear at times.

At a game, there are ample food and beverage offerings in Section 118. Pete and Terry’s Tavern has expanded its menu with new tavern salads and tasty Bahn Mi sandwiches with hoisin-garlic aioli; seasonal pumpkin punch; Big Machine Vodka Spiked Cooler Pouches at all major bars; as well as two Cutwater Bars located between Sections 118 and 330 that offer frozen cocktails, beer, wine and non-alcoholic options – perfect for fans without an affinity for alcohol!

Lower level end sections also boast many new food and beverage concessions this season, such as fried chicken and waffles at the Rooster’s Nest, as well as new offerings like grilled cheese with tomato, Chicken & Waffles Combos and Angry Catfish Sandwiches to supplement traditional options.

Bridgestone Arena guests do not require proof of COVID-19 vaccination or negative blood test before attending any event, though guests are encouraged to make decisions based on their own health and comfort level. Water fountains and wheelchairs are available throughout the stadium should you need one; please visit an AT&T Fan Information Center near Section 103 for help, or reach out to one of their Guest Services Representatives if need be. Furthermore, noise making devices such as air horns, sirens, whistles, cowbells or megaphones should not be present as these detract from overall guest experience and interfere with event programming, advertising and safety announcements.

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