LSU's ticket office says they have about seven-hundred tickets left for the Music City Bowl on December 30th. On that day the 22nd ranked Tigers will take on Notre Dame in Nashville and LSU ticket office manager Brian Broussard is expecting to sell its allotted 8,000 tickets.
"The demand we have we'd hope to sell out sometime next week, if not sooner," Broussard said.
LSU sold only 6,000 tickets for last year's Outback Bowl against Iowa. Broussard says an intriguing match-up with Notre Dame and a great bowl destination is helping ticket sales this year.
"Especially for a short three or four-day trip, it's an excellent place to visit," Broussard said.
Broussard says you can also purchase tickets through Ticketmaster, but the tickets LSU is selling are in a better location.
"All of our remaining seats are in the 100 level," Broussard said. "Mostly in the corners, some are near our band, some are near our band, some are in the other corner."