The new stadium is scheduled to host Alabama vs. Florida State on Saturday Sep. 2 and Tennessee vs. Georgia Tech on Sept. 4.
The stadium’s first scheduled event is for Aug. 26 when the Atlanta Falcons host the Arizona Cardinals one week prior to the Chick-fil-A kickoff game.
Following that request period, any remaining tickets available from the UT allotment will go on sale to the public starting June 15.
The delays and postponements have led to some concerns about Week 1 of the 2017 college football season.
Tennessee season-ticket holders may visit AllVols.com to request tickets from May 16-31.
as informed in Tennessee’s 2017 opener against Georgia Tech is scheduled for Sept. 4 in Atlanta in the brand-new Mercedes-Benz Stadium, which is slated to open late this summer to replace the Georgia Dome.
“I can’t wait to join the Big Orange faithful to watch the Vols play in what projects to be one of the finest stadiums in the world.
Tennessee AD John Currie addressed those questions in his open letter to the fanbase that came out on Wednesday.
Reports, however, have circulated that construction is behind on the new stadium, leading to speculation that the Vols and Yellow Jackets might have to scramble to find a different place to play the opener.
Remaining tickets will then go on sale to the public stating on June 15.
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Structural steel completed for Mercedes-Benz Stadium roof
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