Mizzou Headed to Nashville for Bowl Game
The date is set for the Missouri Tigers to take on the #15 Iowa Hawkeyes at Nissan Stadium in the Transperfect Music City Bowl in Nashville, Tennessee Wednesday, December 30th.
If you're planning on a trip to see the Tigers, due to COVID-19 protocols, tickets can only be purchased through the TransPerfect Music City Bowl. The game will take place following the guidelines under the Nissan Stadium Safe Stadium Plan which keeps fans safety and health a priority. With these guidelines in effect operations will be at a reduced capacity as well as implementing 100% mobile ticketing and parking.
After this exciting pandemic-shortened season, the Missouri Tigers are heading to a bowl game under Mizzou first-year coach, Eli Drinkwitz. The game will be broadcast on ESPN. Game time is scheduled for 3pm. This marks Mizzou’s 34th all-time bowl appearance, and third in the last four seasons.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this year's game will look different than ones in the past. In year's past festivities would include spirit rallies, tailgates and a team send-off. In order to keep everyone healthy and safe, there will be no University-sponsored fan events at the bowl site this year. According to reports from the University of Missouri, neither Mizzou Athletics nor the Mizzou Alumni Association will offer any fan travel packages to this year’s bowl game.
With this in mind, the Tigers will be headquartered at the Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center. Ticket prices have been set at $25 for all tickets. Mizzou seating sections will be the East Stands lower level, sections of 101-115. Tickets are available for the game through Ticketmaster.