The Nashville Sounds Drop 2023 Schedule

The Nashville Sounds have announced its 2023 schedule, complete with home and away dates for the 150-game campaign.

For the second consecutive season, the Sounds will begin the season at home with Opening Day at First Horizon Park slated for Friday, March 31 against the Louisville Bats (Cincinnati Reds). The home opener is part of a season-opening three-game homestand.

Following the opening homestand against Triple-A Louisville, the Sounds depart for their first road trip April 4-9 against the Memphis Redbirds (St. Louis Cardinals).

The Sounds will host 12 homestands to make up the 75-game home schedule at First Horizon Park. Two opponents return to Nashville for the first time since the 2019 season–the Omaha Storm Chasers (Kansas City Royals) from April 25-30 and the Iowa Cubs (Chicago Cubs) from May 23-28.

“As a successful 2022 season at First Horizon Park comes down the final stretch, we are excited to announce the 2023 schedule,” says Sounds General Manager and Chief Operating Officer Adam English. “We look forward to building an exciting and welcoming promotions schedule over the next few months to match our 75-game home schedule.”

Three opponents visit First Horizon Park multiple times in 2023, including the Norfolk Tides (Baltimore Orioles) from April 11-16 and June 20-25, Gwinnett Stripers (Atlanta Braves) from May 9-14 and June 13-18 and the Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp (Miami Marlins) from July 18-23 and Sept. 19-24.

Once again in 2023, the Sounds will have off every Monday, with one exception on Monday, July 3 when the Sounds play in Memphis against the Redbirds.

The Sounds play at home on Mother’s Day (May 14) vs. Gwinnett, Father’s Day (June 18) vs. Gwinnett and Independence Day (July 4) vs. Columbus. Nashville is on the road for Easter (April 9). The team has off on Memorial Day (May 29) and Labor Day (Sept. 4).

The longest homestand of the season is a 12-game, 13-day stretch from June 13-25 when the Sounds play a pair of six-game series against Gwinnett and Norfolk

Nashville has a pair of 12-game, 13-day road trips with the first one set for May 30 – June 11 with stops in Charlotte and Jacksonville. The second multi-city road trip is from Aug. 22 – Sept. 3 against Gwinnett and Durham.

Along with beginning the season at First Horizon Park, the Sounds also close the regular season at home with a six-game series against Jacksonville from Sept. 19-24.

First Horizon Park hosts 39 weekend games in 2023, including 13 games on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.

Game times for all 150 contests will be announced at a later date. A full 2023 promotional schedule will be released in early March. Individual game tickets will be available for purchase in mid-March.

Steven Boero