1. Guitar Scoreboard
The Nashville Sounds guitar scoreboard is a can’t miss for anyone taking in a game at First Horizon Park. The scoreboard is a carryover from the team’s previous home, Herschel Greer Stadium, and is an iconic part of both the old and new park.
2. Band Box
Those of you who want to enjoy a Sounds game to the fullest will want to check out the Band Box. The Band Box is an outdoor bar and restaurant that features a variety of games including ping pong, foosball, cornhole, and more.
3. The Country Club
If you’re looking for some more entertainment at the ballpark, then you can enjoy the nine-hole mini golf course at First Horizon Park. Each game costs $5 per player and is a fun way to spend some time at the ballpark.
4. Tributes to the Old Sulphur Dell
First Horizon Park is home to several tributes to the old Sulphur Dell ballpark, which stood where the new park stands today. Sulphur Dell was the home ballpark of Nashville ball clubs from 1870 to 1963, and all-around First Horizon Park, you can see pictures, displays dedicated to former Nashville baseball clubs, and other tributes to the old stadium. Take a stroll around the ballpark before the game to see all the reminders of the old Sulphur Dell.
Don’t miss the Sounds beloved mascot Booster when attending a game at First Horizon Park. Booster gets into all kind of shenanigans at games and if you see him on the concourse, make sure to give him a high-five.
6. Fun Zone
If you’re taking the kids to the game, then make sure to check out the Fun Zone in the Plaza behind right field. The Fun Zone is home to a big slide, a speed pitch, and other activities making it a fun place for the whole family.
7. Ed Temple Statue
Check out the statue of Ed Temple outside First Horizon Park before the game. The statue honors one of the best coaches in women’s track and field history and is a must-see for any sports fan.
8. Pro Shop
Stop by the Pro Shop behind home plate to pick up a Sounds cap, t-shirt, jersey, or foam finger. You’ll find a wide variety of Sounds merchandise at the Pro Shops, so no matter what kind of souvenir you’re looking for you won’t leave empty-handed.
9. Retired Numbers
The Sounds have three retired numbers that honor some of the greatest players in sounds and baseball history. The team has retired number 00 for Skeeter Barnes, 18 for Don Mattingly, and 42 for Jackie Robinson.
10. Nashville Sounds-Memphis Redbirds Rivalry
Memphis and Nashville have a long running baseball rivalry that dates back to 1885. The current iteration of the rivalry started in 1998, and since then the Sounds hold a 9-5-5 lead in the all-time series. While the teams may have changed over the years, the passion in the rivalry has not. You’ll find there are a lot of bragging rights on the line when these two Tennessee-based PCL teams get together, so make sure to be in attendance when the Redbirds and the Sounds square off.