NASHVILLE (WSMV) - If you're going to be in downtown Nashville on Thursday, you'll definitely want to plan ahead.

Music City will be hosting a Titans game at Nissan Stadium, the Live on the Green concert series at Public Square Park and the Michael W. Smith concert at Bridgestone Arena on the same night.

Tens of thousands of game attendees and concertgoers are expected to be in the area.

Those who work downtown are being warned to avoid Nissan Stadium and the area around the courthouse.

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live on the green

Crowds gather for the Live on the Green concert series at Public Square Park. (WSMV file photo)

TRAFFIC INFORMATION

  • Westbound lanes of the Woodland Street Bridge will close at 5:30 p.m. Eastbound lane swill remain open.
  • Eastbound James Robertson Parkway is expected to become heavily congested.
  • Drivers are being encouraged to take 3rd Avenue North to MetroCenter instead.
  • Korean War Veterans Memorial Bridge will stay open in both directions until the beginning of the fourth quarter. At that time, only westbound lanes will be open.

SHUTTLE / RIDE-SHARING INFORMATION

  • InShuttle will provide a $10 shuttle service from the parking lots at 10th Circle North and Charlotte Avenue to Nissan Stadium starting at 5:30 p.m.
  • For Nissan Stadium, Uber/Lyft drop-offs and pickups will happen in the taxi lane on South 1st Street between the Korean War Veterans Bridge and the Seigenthaler Pedestrian Bridge.
  • For Live on the Green, pickup and drop-off zones will be located on Deaderick Street at 4th Avenue North and James Robertson Parkway at 3rd Avenue North. 
  • The first 500 Live on the Green attendees who use the promo code "BUDLIGHTLOTG" will get $10 off their ride to or from the event.
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lyft map

Lyft released this map of the pickup and drop-off locations for Live on the Green. (Source: Lyft)

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Kara is an Emmy Award-winning digital producer. She is a Cincinnati native and an alumna of the University of South Carolina. She previously worked at WRDW-TV in Augusta, Ga., before moving to Nashville five years ago to work at WSMV-TV.

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