Before attending a race at Nashville Superspeedway, enhance your experience by familiarizing yourself with some of the policies here at the track. Please keep in mind, items on this list may be amended in the future.


Nashville Superspeedway welcomes all guests for its NASCAR tripleheader weekend.

To ensure you make your way to your seats to enjoy the day’s race as quickly as possible, please follow these helpful hints to ease your admission process at the gates:

  • ARRIVE EARLY! The easiest way to beat the rush into the grandstands is to get there before the crowds do.
  • HOURS: Grandstands open at 4 p.m. on Friday, June 18 and 9 a.m. on Saturday, June 19 and Sunday, June 20.
  • HAVE BAGS READY FOR INSPECTION! For your safety and the safety of all of our great race fans, we will be conducting bag searches upon entry. To speed up this process, make sure you have all pockets of your bag open and ready to be inspected.
  • SMOKING: Not permitted in the grandstands. Designated smoking areas will be located on the ground level.
  • FAMILIARIZE YOURSELF WITH GRANDSTAND POLICIES! Read below for our full list of grandstand policies, which outlines all allowed items, as well as prohibited items, to help you plan ahead for what you can bring into the race.
  • ONE clutch bag/fanny pack, not larger than 4.5x6.5 inches and ONE additional clear bag or clear backpack, not larger than 18x18x4 inches, for headsets, scanners, cameras, binoculars, cold packs, etc. No loose ice permitted.

YOU MAY NOT enter the Grandstands with ANY of the following:

  •         Any bag or container larger than described above
  •         Beverage tubes larger than 14″
  •         Glass containers
  •         Coolers
  •         Beer or other alcohol
  •         Ice bags
  •         Knives or firearms
  •         Umbrellas
  •         Strollers
  •         Wagons
  •         Bicycles
  •         Chairs
  •         Seat cushions with arms and/or metal components
  •         Hoverboards/scooters/skateboards and roller skates
  •         Drones
  •         Selfie sticks
  •         Tripods and monopods
  •         Fireworks
  •         Inflatables (beach balls, etc.)
  •         Projectiles objects (Frisbees, etc.)
  •         Laser lights and pointers
  •         Confederate flags/clothing
  •         Flag poles/sticks or banners (larger than pencil diameter)
  •         Pets (except trained service animals that are leashed at all times)
  •         Items that obstruct views
  •         Any other item that Nashville Superspeedway deems to be a safety or health risk

NO items may be left at the gate.


We reserve the right to search and inspect all persons and items entering the facility. This gate admission policy may change prior to each event based upon local, state or national situations. Please contact the Nashville Superspeedway ticket office at 866-RACE-TIX for the most updated policies.


Daily parking area locations can be found on the Nashville Superspeedway map.

Non-reserved spaces are for purchase on Friday and Saturday for $10 and Sunday for $20.

Your vehicle must fit in the space provided.  No items in the driving lanes.

Parking opens at 1 p.m. on Friday, June 18 and 6 a.m. on Saturday, June 19 and Sunday, June 20.

Nashville Superspeedway does not offer any FREE parking areas.


Extra wide parking spaces are available for purchase for the serious tailgater.  Spaces are reserved, renewable, and owned for the entire weekend.

  • If it fits, it’s allowed! We ask that you only bring to your tailgate what can fit in your vehicle. This includes items like portable grills, shade tents and other standard tailgating items (no items in the driving lanes).
  • No vehicle extensions! To ensure that each fan enjoys their tailgate and space is equally distributed to our patrons, we ask that no extensions (i.e. trailers) be added to vehicles to carry extra items. This allows each customer a right to the space they paid for and helps make sure everyone in the lot is granted equal space to tailgate in.
  • Safety first! We don’t want you getting hurt if you decide to set up shop in your space and throw a little tailgate … or even a big tailgate. So we ask that you not start any ground fires in your space, and if you decide to erect a flag to give your tailgate some personality, use common sense and make sure you do it at least 100 feet away from telephone and power lines (no metal flagpoles).
  • Be neighborly! Tailgating is a community activity, so be courteous to your neighbor. It makes the experience that much more enjoyable for everyone.
  • Clear your area! All tailgating accessories (tents, grills, cooler, etc.) must be put up and secured before heading over to the track to enjoy the event.