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The College Bowl season plays to a different tune when the Music City Bowl invades LP Field in Nashville! Don't miss your chance to see each second of the Music City Bowl LIVE! Buy your Music City Bowl tickets now!
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Music City Bowl Tickets

Some of the best bowl games in college football have decades-long histories, but there are many younger events that have just as much appeal. Among these is the Music City Bowl, which has been a staple of the college postseason for more 14 years. Today, anyone who picks up Music City Bowl tickets will be treated to many of the best players in the NCAA.

The Music City Bowl was first played in 1998, and though it was originally held at Vanderbilt Stadium, it has since moved to the friendly confines of LP Field - the home of the NFL's Tennessee Titans. Throughout its entire history, the game has been played prior to Jan. 1, making it among the most anticipated games not to fall under the Bowl Championship Series banners, and this is due in large part to the frequent upsets and fantastic finishes. Originally featuring matchups between SEC and Big East teams, the game underwent a series of changes before presenting the current lineup of SEC and ACC teams.

Among the most memorable games was the 2010 Music City Bowl between Tennessee and North Carolina. The game was a back-and-forth contest from the onset, with the two teams trading scores and eventually ending regulation tied 20-20. It took two overtimes, but the Tar Heels came away with a 30-27 win on a Casey Barth field goal.