Located just southeast of Nashville, this vibrant Southern community features a Civil War national battlefield, Nissan plant tours, antebellum homes, a pioneer village, children's nature center, Boro Beach water park, the largest outdoor shopping venue in the state, and over 300+ restaurants.
Rutherford County is located within a day's travel of 75% of the US population, the exact center of the state.
October 20-23, 2020
$10 per day. School-age children and older are required to have a ticket. A limited number of TSSAA Championship Event Cards and TACA cards will be accepted for admission. The TSSAA ID card and TMSAA ID card are not accepted for admission to championship events.
Temperature check required for entry. No one whose temperature measures above 100.4°F will be permitted to enter.
All spectators must wear facial coverings if within 6 feet of others and if using a projected voice within 15 feet of others at all times while on-site (except children under age 2) and maintain social distancing (six feet, or the equivalent of two empty seats between themselves and other fans) from anyone other than those living in the same household.
Finally, if you are experiencing any of the following symptoms during the preceding 7 days, please do not attend: Fever; Cough; Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing; Shaking chills; Chest pain, pressure, or tightness with exercise; Fatigue or difficulty with exercise; Racing heart rate; Unusual dizziness; Loss of taste or smell; Sore throat; Nausea, vomiting, or diarrhea; Unusual rash or painful discoloration of fingers or toes;
Parking is $5 per day at the high schools. Parkers will receive a pass that will allow them to leave and reenter.
All championship facilities are handicap accessible.
For more information about the area, visit the Rutherford County Chamber of Commerce website at VisitRutherfordTN.com.
Information for participating schools can be found on TSSAA.org.