The National Hockey League’s Centennial Fan Arena, a traveling fan experience for the NHL’s year-long Centennial celebration, is making its stop in Nashville Feb. 11-12 on its tour across North America. Stop by before or after the match-up against Florida on Saturday (1 PM) and Dallas on Sunday (5 PM) for a touring tribute to a century of hockey thrills!
Fans can visit with Nashville Predators alumni including Greg Johnson and Tomáš Vokoun in between checking out the Fan Arena’s weekend-long attractions, including the opportunity to seeing the Stanley Cup® in person! The weekend’s experience is free of charge; you will not want to miss out on the opportunity to experience the NHL’s Centennial celebration here in Smashville!
We are teaming up with the Preds to give one lucky winner a family 4 pack of tickets to attend one of the weekend match ups! Enter to win at the bottom of the article.
Ticket Special – Centennial Celebration Package
Celebrate the NHL’s Centennial Year with ticket packages starting at just $100! The Blue and Gold Packages include tickets to two February games, access to the NHL Centennial Truck Tour, an exclusive Preds alumni meet-and-greet and much more! For more information, please visit www.nashvillepredators.com/nhl100pack or call 615-770-7800.
The NHL® Centennial Fan Arena will be open:
- February 11 (Saturday) – 9:00 – 11:00 AM (Season Ticket holders), 11 AM to 5 PM (General Public)
- February 12 (Sunday) – 1 PM to 8 PM (General Public)
** RSVP and Pre-register for Attractions HERE **
Museum Truck – Showcasing the history of the Nashville Predators Hockey Club, this truck will feature more than 1,000 square feet of interactive digital displays, original video content, one-of-a-kind historical memorabilia, unique photo moments and a social media wall.
Video Truck – Home to a giant video screen that will feature team trivia and highlights.
CLEAR THE ICE Zamboni® VR Experience – This never-before-seen virtual reality experience allows fans to compete against each other in a race to resurface the ice. All races will be timed and shared on a leaderboard!
Recycle the Game Initiative – A special net will be available on-site, where fans can donate any and all used sports equipment. This continues the NHL’s League-wide commitment to improve hockey’s environmental footprint while supporting youth hockey, particularly in underserved communities. The Preds have partnered with Nashville local partner The Sports Fund, a charitable effort dedicated to helping ensure Middle Tennessee-area children have access to the opportunities sports and team membership provide – ultimately helping them succeed in school and in life.
Find more details HERE.