5 New Things at Steeplechase This Year

With 25,000 guests expected for the 2015 Steeplechase, there are several new entertainment  options this year.

1. King’s Chapel Music Stage 

For the first time, tailgaters will enjoy live music in the infield. Beginning at 11 am local artist, Cami Rose, Raven Cliff, and the Jacob Reynolds Band will play on the King’s Chapel Music Stage.  Any guest with access to the infield including those with tailgating single armband will have the opportunity to enjoy the special performance.

2. Nashville Predators Tailgating and Giveaway

Race goers can visit their favorite hockey team in the infield at Steeplechase.  The Predators will have a booth near King’s Chapel Music Stage where they will be giving away six tickets to the season opener.

3. Food Truck Park

There will be more food trucks than ever available to guest in the infield.  Some of the trucks available that day include:

Arti’s Food Truck, Bao Down, Bare Naked Bagel, King Tut’s, Music City Pies, and The Rolling Feast just to name a few.

4. Best Tailgate Competition

Nashville Lifestyles will be looking for the wildly decorated tent, tasty tailgating spreads, outrageous party themes and more.  The winner will be announced on the jumbotron before the first race with a prize of FREE tailgating for 2016 Steeplechase.

5. Shop Local and Equestrian Themed Items

Located in the Hospitality Village,  “The Iroquois Shoppes is a fun spot for guests to pick up a race day souvenir, shop equestrian themed goods or pick up a last minute accessory for their race day outfit,” says Dwight Hall, Iroquois Steeplechase Chairman.  Race goers can shop with places like  Franklin Cigar, Hats by Katie, Peter Nappi, Savannah Children and more.

Gates open at 8 am on Saturday, May 9th.  To reserve  your tickets, visit Iroquois Steeplechase.

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