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4 THE CUP: Where to watch Game 6 around Middle TN

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The Nashville Predators are taking on the Pittsburgh Penguins for Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Final on Sunday.

The Penguins lead the series 3-2 as they return to Music City.

Fans who aren't able to make it inside Bridgestone Arena still have plenty of options to watch the game with fellow fans.


The city will host watch parties on Lower Broadway, the Walk of Fame Park and Ascend Amphitheater. 

Broadway will be shut down from 4th to 7th Avenues, where there will be three giant screens. Fans can grab their seats there at 4 p.m.

The Predators will activate Bridgestone Plaza with 300 wristbands available to fans. 

The watch party in the Walk of Fame Park will open as soon as CMA Fest activities wrap up. 

Food trucks will be on site and sodas, water, hot dogs and beer will be available for purchase.

Attendees can bring blankets, collapsible chairs and small bags (no bigger than 12” x 12”). Coolers, backpacks and large bags will not be permitted. For a complete list of house rules, click here.

There will be special pre-game performance by Phil Vassar at the Walk of Fame Park at 5:15 p.m.

After that, the NHL Network will stream a live performance by Luke Bryan at 6 p.m. on the Broadway, Walk of Fame and Ascend Amphitheater screens. Bryan will also kick off the Game 6 broadcast with a performance on the rooftop of Tootsies World Famous Orchid Lounge. 


The Tennessee Performing Arts Center is combining its previously scheduled Tony Awards Viewing Party with a watch party for Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Final.

Broadway-Predators hybrid fans can watch all the action from the comfortable, air-conditioned James K. Polk Theater. 

TPAC also promises fantastic food and door prizes.

The event begins at 7 p.m. 


West Nashvillians can catch the game at the Riverwalk Aquatic Center in Bellevue.

According to their event page, technical experts will be on hand to coordinate the audio and video feeds.

They recommend that fans bring their own chairs and refreshments.


Some of the largest Predators parties outside of downtown have been in Clarksville. Sunday's party at the Wilma Rudolph Events Center in Liberty Park is sure to be just as big.

Clarksville has added pregame activities sure to make the game fun for the whole family, including bubble ball races, cornhole, limbo, a life-size Jenga game and a water balloon toss. 

ESPN Clarksville will also be at the festival giving away Predators swag. 

They're setting up a huge screen inside the events center and will be opening up big doors to provide a "semi-outdoor experience."

Food and beverage vendors will set up early Sunday when activities begin at 4:30 p.m.


Game 6 will be shown free on the big screen at the Dogwood Performance Pavilion At Dogwood Park in Cookeville. 

Attendees are encouraged to bring chairs and blankets for lawn seating.

For more information about Preds in the Park, call Cookeville Leisure Services at 520-4386.


In Mount Pleasant, the city is setting up two large big-screen TVs to watch the game live on the square.

There will be food vendors, shaved ice and all kinds of family fun, just make sure to bring your own chair. 

This event begins at 6 p.m.


The Portland Chamber of Commerce is excited to host another Portland Predators Watch Party on Main Street.

Seating begins at 6 p.m., and the game starts at 7 p.m. 

You can bring your own food & drinks (non-alcoholic) or eat at one of the restaurants located off Main Street.

Fans can also bring their own seating or rent chairs for $2 each.


The Robertson County Chamber of Commerce is excited to host a Robertson County Predators Watch Party on the square.

Fans can bring their families and chairs for a free night of fun.

Seating begins at 6 p.m.


Fans can catch the game at the Bibb-White Bluff Civic Center in White Bluff. 

Seating begins at 6:30 p.m. and concessions will be available on-site but make sure to bring your own blankets or lawn chairs.

All concession sales will help raise money for a new digital sign at William James Middle School. 

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