Be Cheap With Beep (Best Ever Event Parking)


February BEEP Dates
Maroon 5 – February 27
Preds vs. Red Wings – February 28

March BEEP Dates
Chris Brown & Trey Songz - March 1
Preds vs. Islanders - March 5
Preds vs. Jets - March 7
SEC Men's Basketball Tournament - March 11
SEC Men's Basketball Tournament - March 12
SEC Men's Basketball Tournament - March 13
SEC Men's Basketball Tournament - March 14
SEC Men's Basketball Tournament - March 15
Preds vs. Wild - March 17
Fleetwood Mac - March 18
Preds vs. Sabres - March 21
Nickelback - March 22
Preds vs. Canadiens - March 24
Kenny Chesney - March 26
Kenny Chesney - March 27
Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band - March 28
Preds vs. Flames - March 29
Preds vs. Canucks - March 31

Going to an event at the Bridgestone Arena? Look no further than BEEP for a great parking option!

Lot R at LP Field is open for FREE parking with optional round-trip shuttle service for only $3 per person during Bridgestone Arena events.

Walking from Lot R is easy (and free). Use the John Seigenthaler Pedestrian Bridge and arrive on foot at the Bridgestone Arena in 10-12 minutes.

Shuttle service ($3 per person) starts TWO hours before every Bridgestone Arena event and runs until midnight. If an event begins at 9 pm or later the shuttles will run until 2 am. Shuttles will drop event attendees off at the corner of 4th and Demonbreun (near the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum). Shuttles will circulate and arrive at each pick up point about every 10 minutes. Lot R will open for parking TWO hours prior to Bridgestone Arena events (Nashville Predators games, concerts, and additional events). Lot R will close at 2 am unless otherwise noted on shuttle ticket.

Lot R has over 1,075 parking spaces and is easily accessible from I-65/I-24 via Exit 84 (Shelby Avenue). Yellow signage will be in place to direct cars to Lot R.
Click here for directions.

Tailgating is not allowed in LP Field Lot R before, during, or after Bridgestone Arena events.

Frequently Asked Questions

NOTE: BEEP parking for Nashville Symphony concerts ceased operations July 2014.