Tickets are still available for Monday's 15th annual Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl.
Vanderbilt University will take on North Carolina State at LP Field at 11 a.m.
Tickets are available through Ticketmaster and range from $17 to $80.
Officials said they expect more than 50,000 fans to flock downtown for the game.
Fans attending the Bowl game are encouraged to arrive to LP Field early. Parking at the stadium will be open to those attendees with parking passes, which are sold out, beginning at 7 a.m.
No cash parking will be available at LP Field. Fans without parking passes will be diverted to the downtown area to find available parking. Additional downtown parking information can be found at ParkItDowntown.com.
Gray Line of Tennessee will also operate a park and ride shuttle bus service to the game beginning at 9 a.m. from Greer Stadium, located south of downtown at 534 Chestnut Street.
A shuttle service will also be available from the Renaissance Hotel and Convention Center.
The cost for both either services, which will run continuously up until game time is $10 per person roundtrip.
InShuttle will also provide $10 park and ride bus service from the state parking lots at 4th Avenue North and Harrison Street beginning at 9 a.m.
The Woodland Street Bridge will be closed to regular traffic beginning at 8:30 a.m. Monday and will only be available to pedestrians and shuttle buses.
The Korean War Veterans Memorial Bridge, which connects east Nashville to 4th Avenue North, will be open to eastbound and westbound traffic until the beginning of the fourth quarter before being restricted to westobound traffic only.
Gates at the stadium are set to open at 9 a.m.
In 2011, 55,208 fans attended the Bowl game between Mississippi State and Wake Forest.
Established in 1998, the Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl has transformed the week between Christmas and New Year's Day into one of the city's busiest times of the year for tourism.
Since its inception, the Bowl has produced $207 million in direct economic impact to Nashville.
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