Discount Advance Tickets Available Online


Nashville, TN (Thursday, February 25, 2021) – Fans of Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway (NFS) can find relief from the recent snowstorm that gripped much of the country by purchasing their tickets for the season-opening event as early as 10:00 am on Saturday. Those who shop online for their Opening Night Tickets will find a discounted rate to the next chapter in the NFS history book.


Fans can save on their tickets by purchasing them early online. Adult tickets are just $12, Senior Citizen and Military tickets are $10, and Children are just $5. To purchase your tickets, visit While you’re there, pick your section for the SRX Series and Masters of the Pros 150 night on July 17th, tickets are selling fast.  


The 64th Season of Asphalt Racing kicks off at America’s Favorite Short Track on Saturday, April 17th. The season begins with a full 8-in-1 program featuring Pro Late Models, Whelen Super Trucks, Limited Late Models, Street Stocks, Pure Stocks, Pest Doctor Front Runners, BH Holmes Construction Legends, and Dye Hard Hair Salon Bandoleros. The season opener could be one of the most interesting nights of the year, as drivers “knock the rust off” and get back into short track racing form.


Dylan Fetcho has confirmed he’ll be returning in 2021 to defend his Pro Late Model Track Championship from 2020. Fetcho hopes to become just the eighth driver to ever win back-to-back championships at Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway. If he did so, he’d join the likes of Sterling Marlin, Bobby Hamilton, Flookie Buford, and most recently Wade Allen Buttrey.


The Whelen Super Trucks return to action following a 2020 season finale that saw Tanner Arms hold off future Father-in-Law, John Burns for his first Super Truck Championship. Several divisions on the quarter-mile also had their Track Championship points battles come down to the final night, putting importance on being fast and consistent right out of the gate.


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By: Zach Hiser – Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway