Jan. 18, 2019

Reduced Seating in South Meeter/Greeter Area

Beginning Monday night, Jan. 21, there will be reduced seating in the South Meeter/Greeter Lounge (at the Concourse C exit) due to construction. Furniture will be removed beginning Sunday night, Jan. 20. Seating will still be available nearby at Starbucks and at the live music stage.

Additionally, seating will still be available in the Concourses A and B Meeter/Greeter area. We apologize for any inconvenience.

Why the change?

With demolition of BNA’s old Concourse D coming closer in the next few weeks, we must relocate the USO office to the Meeter/Greeter area. The current USO office will stay open until the new office opens in late February.

The old Concourse D is being demolished so we can build a bigger, better concourse! Click here for more about this project.

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