NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) — Get ready to experience Nashville Predators games like never before this upcoming season.
Bridgestone Arena is getting a bigger and brighter jumbotron – the screen size is increasing by 292%, the resolution is improving by 424% and the number of LED pixels is going from 238,000 to more than 4 million.
The underbelly of the screen will also have a video board, which will provide stats and be great for the people in the first 10-20 rows.
The old jumbotron has been lowered to the ground for the makeover. It's expected to be completed in time for the first preseason game.
The first Predators home game is 77 days away on October 3.