The Stanley Cup Final party in Nashville will continue during Games 5 and 6 with Broadway Smash parties.
The events will tie in with the CMA Music Festival, Nashville's biggest tourism event of the year, which is being held June 8-11.
The Predators, the city and Nashville Convention and Visitors Corp will host viewing parties during Game 5 at the Pittsburgh Penguins on Thursday (8 p.m. ET; NBC, CBC, SN, TVA Sports) and Game 6 in Nashville on Sunday.
The best-of-7 series is tied 2-2.
"This city has enveloped themselves in tried and true Preds Pride, and we are thankful to be able to support them right back with the help of Mayor Megan Barry's team," Predators president and CEO Sean Henry said. "It is so much fun to be able to put these events on for our community in cooperation with the NCVC, the city of Nashville, CMA and Metro Nashville Public Works."
For Game 5, fans can buy tickets for a viewing party inside Bridgestone Arena. Tickets are $5 for season ticket holders and $15 for non-season ticket holders, and all proceeds from the event will benefit the Nashville Predators Foundation.
There also will be an outdoor party on Broadway between Fourth and Seventh avenues featuring two giant screens.
The outdoor parties for Game 6 will be spread across Broadway, Walk of Fame Park and Ascend Amphitheater.
"Nashville is not only going to make history on the ice by bringing home the Stanley Cup, but we are making history by setting the gold standard for fan participation both inside and outside of Bridgestone Arena," Barry said. "I want to thank all of those in Metro Government, the Nashville Convention and Visitors Corp and the Nashville Predators who are working to create amazing fan experiences and memories that will be cherished for a lifetime."