You remember how sad we all were when Paradise Park closed its doors to make way for another Broadway tourist destination?
Nashville's Paradise Park is Closing
Basically, it signaled the end of an era filled with cheap beer, delicious greasy hamburgers, and world-famous tater tots.
Those of us who have been around Nashville for a while undoubtedly had a late night end up at one of those tables.
Well, all is right in the world again, because PARADISE PARK IS COMING BACK!!
It's not permanent, but you can enjoy a little slice of Nashville's favorite trailer resort July 19th and 20th at the Sounds games against the Iowa Cubs.
The "Band Box" out in right field will transform into Paradise at the Park, and for $30 you can get a ticket to the game, a 32-ounce commemorative Paradise Park pitcher of beer, and a legendary PP Grilled Cheese and tots. Plus, there will be Paradise Park merch up for grabs.
More details on Paradise at the Park are on the Sounds' website here
If anyone needs me on July 19th and 20th, I'll be the one huddle against the left field wall surrounded by a mountain of Paradise Park grilled cheese sandwiches.