Does a walk down Broadway now trigger a feeling of PTSD? Has that hankering for tater tots and a legit cheeseburger been hitting hard at a precise spot between 4th and 5th Avenues? If this sounds familiar, withdrawals can be partially satisfied this weekend—The Nashville Sounds are hosting a Paradise at the Park pop-up on Saturday, September 1 during the game—and there’s cheap beer in old Paradise Park pitchers, corn dogs, and yes, those tots.
The partnership between the Nashville Sounds and Strategic Hospitality (who also handle The Band Box at First Tennessee Park, conveniently) happens during the game against the Memphis Redbirds, which starts at 7:05 p.m on September 1.
Packages are available for purchase through tonight here— $25 for a general admission ticket to the game, a 32 oz. Natty Light Paradise Park souvenir pitcher, plus a voucher for a hand-dipped corn dog (or grilled cheese) with tots.
Those who don’t purchase the pre-ordered package can still participate in the tribute festivities, as $6 32 oz. Natural Light souvenir pitchers will be available for separate purchase while supplies last. Paradise Park’s corn dog and grilled cheese, both served with tots, will also be available for separate purchase for $10.
Perhaps the glory days of recently closed Paradise Park can be recounted, if only for one night, but if that’s still not enough, a Paradise Park merchandise table will be selling namesake gear. Paradise Park Trailer Resort opened in 2007 in the space at 411 Broadway by brothers/restaurateurs Benjamin and Max Goldberg. After a successful 11 years, the bar closed in late July to make way for a new concept by Strategic Hospitality expected to open in 2019.