Clemson began receiving orders from its season ticket holders on Monday and combined with the student pickup this week, exhausted the supply. Kentucky and the Music City Bowl office in Nashville are also sold out for the December 29 game at LP Stadium that holds 67,000 people.
"Selling out the Gaylord City Music City Bowl is another
example of the tremendous support the Clemson Tiger Football Team
receives from our IPTAY Donors and the University," said Bill
D'Andrea, senior associate athletic director for external affairs.
"Our IPTAY Donors, fans, team and coaching staff are excited about
the trip to Nashville for the bowl game. We are anxious to show our
Solid Orange support in Nashville."
Clemson Ticket Manager Travis Furbee said the tickets would
be mailed on December 18 via UPS two-day air.
Clemson Allotment to Music City Bowl Sold Out
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