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GENERAL INFORMATION

When will the 2019 NFL Draft be held?
The 2019 NFL Draft will take place Thursday, April 25 through Saturday, April 27, 2019.

Where will the 2019 NFL Draft be held?
The 2019 NFL Draft will be held in Nashville from Thursday, April 25 through Saturday, April 27. Festivities will be held up and down lower Broadway near the Cumberland River near Nashville’s famous honky-tonks.

How can I watch the 2019 NFL Draft on television?
The 2019 NFL Draft will be televised nationally by NFL Network, ABC and ESPN. Visit NFL.com/network/Draft to check out all the ways to watch the 2019 NFL Draft and make sure to tune-in to NFL Network for exclusive insider access that takes you behind-the-scenes in Nashville.

On-air coverage of the 2019 NFL Draft will begin at the times listed below:
• April 25 (Thursday): 7PM CT – NFL Network, ABC, ESPN, ESPN Deportes (Spanish)
• April 26 (Friday): 6PM CT – NFL Network, ABC, ESPN/ESPN2
• April 27 (Saturday): 11AM CT – NFL Network, ABC, ESPN, ESPN Deportes (Spanish)

What is NFL Draft Experience Presented by Oikos® Triple Zero?
NFL Draft Experience is a FREE, family-friendly football festival celebrating the 2019 NFL Draft held in the plazas directly across the river outside of Nissan Stadium from Thursday, April 25 - Saturday, April 27. Fans of all ages and teams will be able to participate in interactive exhibits, immersive games, virtual reality experiences, free player autograph sessions and more!

What is the Draft Main Stage?
All three days of the NFL Draft will be held in the Draft Main Stage on 1st and Broadway in downtown Nashville. Within Draft Main Stage, Commissioner Goodell and NFL Legends will be announcing the player selections of each of the 32 NFL teams and introducing the players on stage. The Draft Main Stage can be viewed for free from the Broadway! To enter for a chance to win access to the Draft Fan Zone, an exclusive viewing area near the Draft Main Stage, download Fan Mobile Pass app and join the virtual line once on-site.

Where can I watch the Draft in Nashville?
Viewing parties are on Broadway between 2nd and 5th Avenues – 2nd Avenue between Broadway and Commerce Street, and in Music City Walk of Fame Park. All areas will have large screens, helping you watch the action, as well as a variety of food and drink options. For a full list of viewing locations, go to https://www.visitmusiccity.com/nfldraft/make-most-your-nfl-draft-experience.

Are there music performances going on during 2019 NFL Draft?
Yes, there is an abundance of musical performances happening throughout Nashville to celebrate the 2019 NFL Draft. Headliners Moon Taxi (4/25), Tim McGraw (4/26), and Dierks Bentley (4/27) will perform sets at the Draft Main Stage. There will be a large music presence across the Cumberland River, as well, at NFL Draft Experience presented by Oikos® Triple Zero. For a full list of 2019 NFL Draft performances, go to NFL.com/DraftExperience.

What is Selection Square?
The heart and soul of the Draft will live in Selection Square, the epicenter of the 2019 NFL Draft. Located in the Schermerhorn Symphony Center, Selection Square will feature all 32 "Team Tables" where representatives from each NFL team will submit their team's player selections throughout the three days of the 2019 NFL Draft. Fans may enter Selection Square for free and see the team tables from select public viewing areas!

Do I need tickets for the 2019 NFL Draft, Selection Square, or NFL Draft Experience presented by Oikos® Triple Zero?
All events are free and open to the public. Fans attending these two events can join the virtual queue through the Fan Mobile Pass app for a chance to receive exclusive viewing access to Draft Main Stage on April 25 (Thursday), April 26 (Friday) and April 27 (Saturday).

Is First Aid available?
Professional medical staff can help fans with medical needs at the below locations. Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs) with Automatic Emergency Defibrillators (AEDs) are also positioned throughout NFL Draft Experience, and at and around Selection Square, and the Draft Main Stage.
• NFL Draft Experience: Lot H, North of the Music Stage
• Downtown: Walk of Fame Park

FAMILY FAQ

Do NFL Draft fan events have private nursing rooms or changing tables?
Yes. All Fan Services locations at NFL Experience, Selection Square and the Draft Main Stage are accessible and equipped with baby changing tables and private space for nursing mothers.

Fan Services Locations:
• Inside NFL Draft Experience Gates of Entry A, South of Victory Lane
• Inside NFL Draft Experience Gates of Entry B, adjacent to Gate 6 of Nissan Stadium
• Selection Square at Schermerhorn Symphony Center in downtown Nashville
• On Broadway in downtown Nashville, West of 3rd Avenue

Can I bring my stroller and diaper bag to NFL Draft Experience?
Yes, strollers are allowed! There is a special security check for medically necessary items (AKA diaper bags) at the Nissan Stadium Lot R South entry.

Are pets allowed at the NFL events?
Service animals are permitted. Other animals are not allowed within the NFL Draft Experience venue. Service animal waivers and wristbands are available at any of the Accessibility/Fan Services Center locations listed below.

Fan Services Locations:
• Inside NFL Draft Experience Gates of Entry A, South of Victory Lane
• Inside NFL Draft Experience Gates of Entry B, adjacent to Gate 6 of Nissan Stadium
• Selection Square at Schermerhorn Symphony Center in downtown Nashville
• On Broadway in downtown Nashville, West of 3rd Avenue

SELECTION SQUARE

When can I view Selection Square?
Selection Square is open to the public at the below times (CT):
• Thursday, April 25: 5PM-10PM (or end of Round 1)
• Friday, April 26: 4PM-10PM (or end of Round 3)
• Saturday, April 27: 10AM-6PM (or conclusion of NFL Draft)

How do I enter Selection Square?
The public entrance to Selection Square is on Symphony Place between 3rd and 4th.

NFL DRAFT EXPERIENCE PRESENTED BY OIKOS® TRIPLE ZERO

Will NFL Draft Experience be free and open to the public?
Yes, NFL Draft Experience will be free and open to the public including fans of all ages.

When is NFL Draft Experience open?
NFL Draft Experience is open from Thursday, April 25 – Saturday, April 27 at the below times (central time).
• Thursday, April 26: 12PM-10PM (or end of Round 1)
• Friday, April 27: 12PM-10PM (or end of Round 3)
• Saturday, April 28: 9AM-6PM (or conclusion of NFL Draft)

How do I enter NFL Draft Experience presented by Oikos® Triple Zero?
There are two main entrances to NFL Draft Experience:
• Entry A – S. 2nd and Korean Veterans Boulevard
• Entry B – East Side of Nissan Stadium
• Mobility Asisstance Entry – Located at the elevator on the John Deigenthaler Pedestrian Bridge

What NFL players will be signing autographs at NFL Draft Experience?
The scheduled list of players signing autographs will be posted on NFL.com/DraftExperience during the week of the 2019 NFL Draft. Please note: All player appearances are subject to change without notice.

Are there age limits on any of the activities at NFL Draft Experience?
Yes, the football clinics conducted on the NFL PLAY 60 Clinic Field are for boys and girls ages 6–17. The various passing, running, kicking and receiving games are for fans of all ages after the adult has registered for Fan Mobile Pass (including minors). To register for Fan Mobile Pass, visit NFL.com/FanMobilePass.

Can I bring in outside food or beverages?
No, food and beverages will be available for purchase within the NFL Draft Experience concession areas. Exceptions will be made for those with medical requirements and/or special needs.

What is prohibited at NFL Draft Experience presented by Oikos® Triple Zero and NFL Draft?
Bags larger than 16” x 16” x 6” are not permitted at NFL Draft Experience presented by Oikos® Triple Zero. Please visit the "security" section of NFL.com/DraftExperience for a full list of prohibited items and security procedures.

What is the plan if the weather is bad?
NFL events are commonly held in inclement weather. Only in the case of extreme weather that threatens public safety will the event potentially be postponed. In the unlikely event that such a situation occurs, information for fans will be available on NFL.com/Draft.

If I have questions, where should I go?
From now until April 22, please email draft.experience@nfl.com with questions. On April 22, the customer service phone number for NFL Draft Experience may also be used. The number is 615.565.4777. Please call during the below times.
• April 22: 9AM-5PM
• April 23: 9AM-5PM
• April 24: 9AM-5PM
• April 25: 9AM-10PM
• April 26: 9AM-10PM
• April 27: 9AM-6PM

FAN MOBILE PASS

What is Fan Mobile Pass, and is it required to enter NFL Draft Experience presented by Oikos® Triple Zero?
Fan Mobile Pass (FMP) allows fans to register their information (and any minors) at NFL Draft Experience presented by Oikos® Triple Zero. It also allows fans to "check-in" to all the activations, including sponsor areas, where content including green screen photos and videos can be delivered to a fan via email. Check-ins also allow fans the ability to enter prize contests and submit electronic waivers for themselves and associated minors to participate in interactive games. Fans can register for Fan Mobile Pass by visiting NFL.com/FanMobilePass.

FMP is not required to enter NFL Draft Experience presented by Oikos® Triple Zero, but is required to:
• Participate in all interactive games
• Enter to win prizes including two tickets to the 2020 NFL Draft in Las Vegas
• Receive photos and other content

May I use my Fan Mobile Pass QR code for all three days of NFL Draft Experience?
Yes. Your QR code will allow you to participate in activities at NFL Draft Experience and Selection Square and enter to win prizes during all three days of NFL Draft Experience.

How do I get access to the see the Main Stage of the 2019 NFL Draft?
Download the Fan Mobile Pass app and join the virtual queue for a chance to receive exclusive viewing access in the Drafted Fan Zone for the 2019 NFL Draft. When space becomes available, you will receive an SMS text message and will have 30 minutes to check in. The SMS will have instructions on where to go.

What are the hours to join the virtual queue for exclusive viewing access in the Drafted Fan Zone of the NFL Draft?
The virtual queue will be available in the Fan Mobile Pass app on the following dates and times below:
• April 25 (Thursday): 12PM - 10PM
• April 26 (Friday): 12PM - 10PM
• April 27 (Saturday): 8AM - 6PM

Please note: you must be in or around NFL Draft Experience or Selection Square to join the virtual queue.

What if I don’t have a smart phone?
You can register for a Fan Mobile Pass QR code at designated Fan Mobile Pass kiosks locations in NFL Draft Experience. You will be provided with a card containing your QR code.

Can I leave and return to the exclusive viewing area?
If you exit the exclusive viewing area, you will need to re-join the virtual queue and be called in order to re-enter the Drafted Fan Zone.

NASHVILLE TRAVEL

How can I get to the 2019 NFL Draft?
You are welcome to drive, taxi, or use rideshare to get to the 2019 NFL Draft.

Is there a special pick-up and drop-off area for ride sharing services?
The designated ride share lot at Nissan Stadium for NFL Draft Experience is located near Entry A at South 2nd off Korean Boulevard. The nearby John Seigenthaler Pedestrian Bridge connects NFL Draft Experience to downtown Nashville, Selection Square, and the Draft Main Stage.

Will there be road closures around the NFL Draft?
Broadway, among other nearby roads, will be closed during 2019 NFL Draft. For a full list of road closures, click HERE.

Where can I park for the 2019 NFL Draft?
Free parking at the 2019 Draft is available on a first-come, first-served basis in Titans’ Lots A, B, C, and D.

Hours of Operation (CT)
• Thursday, April 26: 11AM – End of the Round 1
• Friday, April 27: 11AM – End of Round 3
• Saturday, April 28: 9AM – Conclusion of NFL Draft

I would like to come to Nashville for the 2019 NFL Draft. What are my options for hotel accommodations?
To book a room, please visit https://www.visitmusiccity.com/plan-a-trip/places-to-stay.

ACCESSIBILITY INFORMATION

Accessible Accommodations
NFL Draft Experience presented by Oikos Triple Zero, Selection Square, and the Draft Main Stage are accessible, including entrances, restrooms, and viewing areas. For questions specific to the accessibility program, email SpecialEventAccessibilty@nfl.com.

For assistance on-site please visit an Accessibility Center at a Fan Services location or ask where the closest Fan Services Team Member can be found.

Fan Services Locations:
• Inside NFL Draft Experience Gates of Entry A, South of Victory Lane
• Inside NFL Draft Experience Gates of Entry B, adjacent to Gate 6 of Nissan Stadium
• Selection Square at Schermerhorn Symphony Center in downtown Nashville
• On Broadway in downtown Nashville, West of 3rd Avenue

Accessible Viewing Areas
The NFL Draft Main Stage will be at First and Broadway. It’s free and open to the public to view Draft selections and concerts. Throughout the site from Second to Fifth on Lower Broadway and at Music City Walk of Fame Park there will be caption enabled video screens. Accessible viewing areas have been established within all exclusive viewing areas at the Draft Main Stage and include the accompaniment of up to three companions with the same access. For information about how to download the Fan Mobile Pass app for and enter the virtual line to gain access to exclusive viewing areas at the NFL Draft Main Stage, visit NFL.com/apps.

Video and Mobile Captioning
As a service to our guests who are deaf or hard of hearing, throughout the site there will be caption enabled video screens. Additionally, visit tennesseecaptioning.1capapp.com/event/nfl-draft for mobile captioning via guest smartphones. Guests can borrow a smartphone at the Selection Square Guest Service booth for mobile captioning use, as well, locaed at the Schermerhorn Symphony Center.

Accessible Parking
Nissan Stadium and downtown Nashville parking lots have accessible parking spaces. Accessible parking spaces are issued on a first-come, first-served basis. Vehicles must have a valid parking pass for the designated lot. A state-issued placard / license plate required to park in accessible parking spaces. Violators subject to citation.

Mobility Assistance Shuttle Carts
Shuttle service for guests with disabilities and limited mobility is available at all lots serviced by the official NFL Draft Shuttle, including at Titans’ Lots A, B, C and D, and at the dedicated downtown Music City stop on Broadway and 5th Avenue. Should you need more immediate assistance, please contact Stewart Transportation at (504) 427-1146 to request an ADA pick-up/drop-off. Shuttles only operate within designated lots at designated times listed under the parking and transportation section at [www.visitmusiccity.com/nfldraft}(https://www.visitmusiccity.com/nfldraft).

Passenger Drop-Off and Pick-Up Zones
The designated ride share lot at Nissan Stadium for NFL Draft Experience is located near Entry A at South 2nd off Korean Boulevard. The nearby John Seigenthaler Pedestrian Bridge connects NFL Draft Experience to downtown Nashville, Selection Square, and the Draft Main Stage. There are accessible elevators on both sides of the nearby John Seigenthaler Pedestrian Bridge, which connects the experience to downtown Nashville, Selection Square, and the Draft Main Stage.

Fans with Mobility Limitations
The NFL Draft is wheelchair accessible but is a large venue with great distances between activities and attractions. It is outdoors and situated in parking lots and across city streets and pathways. Some travel is over natural terrain and terrain designed for motor vehicles. If it should rain, there could be mud.

The NFL Draft does not provide personal care, golf cart rides, or push service of any kind or wheelchairs for rent or loan. Wheelchairs, power wheelchairs, and three or four-wheeled scooters are allowed only for use by fans with mobility disabilities. For safety reasons, requests to use other power-driven mobility devices will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis. Powered wheelchairs may also be charged at an Accessibility Center/Fan Services Tent. Fans should bring all cords and accessories needed to charge their devices. Chargers must use a 110-volt, 20-amp circuit.

Accessible portable toilets are available at the ends of each bank of portable toilets throughout the venue within NFL Draft Experience and are available at each restroom location for Selection Square, and the Draft Main Stage.

Special Dietary Needs
Outside food and drink is not allowed in NFL events, but if a fan has special medical dietary restrictions, items will be allowed.

A fan requiring insulin, or an EPI pen can bring his or her medically necessary materials and medications provided all medicine has a prescription label with the fans name. Out of concern for the festival staff and volunteers who handle the trash, fans should dispose of medical waste and syringes in the proper disposal located at the medical tent (see First Aid section below or NFL Draft Experience Map on NFL.com/DraftExperience for exact locations). Guests should not dispose of these items in other trash bins at the festival.

NFL Draft Experience will have food vendors that provide special dietary options. Please visit an Accessibility/Fan Services Center tent for a full list of menu options and further information.

Service Animals
Service animals are permitted. Other animals are not allowed within the NFL Draft Experience venue. Service animal waivers and wristbands are available at any of the Accessibility/Fan Services Center locations listed below.

Fan Services Locations:
• Inside NFL Draft Experience Gates of Entry A, South of Victory Lane
• Inside NFL Draft Experience Gates of Entry B, adjacent to Gate 6 of Nissan Stadium
• Selection Square at Schermerhorn Symphony Center in downtown Nashville
• On Broadway in downtown Nashville, West of 3rd Avenue

First Aid
Professional medical staff can help fans with medical needs at the below locations. Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs) with Automatic Emergency Defibrillators (AEDs) are also positioned throughout NFL Draft Experience, and at and around Selection Square, and the Draft Main Stage and are ready to respond to emergencies.
• NFL Draft Experience: Lot H, North of the Music Stage
• Downtown: Walk of Fame Park

STAY CONNECTED

Follow @NFL and #NFLDraft to get the most up-to-date 2019 NFL Draft news.

Register for Fan Mobile Pass for access to all the action at NFL Draft Experience by visiting NFL.com/FanMobilePass.

Questions about NFL Draft Experience? Email Draft.Experience@nfl.com