Entering Sunday night's Game 6 of the Stanley Cup final between the Nashville Predators and Pittsburgh Penguins thousands of music fans gathered outside of Bridgestone Arena in anticipation of what could be the final game in the series if Pittsburgh wins or a continuation of the series if Nashville wins.

Fans of the Predators don't want the series to end, so Luke Bryan took his band to the roof of the famed Tootsie's on Broadway across from the arena to entertain both the hockey fans and country music fans gathered for the annual CMA Music Festival to sing "I Don't Want This Night To End."  I'm not sure you could have squeezed one more person into the streets around Bridgestone Arena even if you had a shoe horn.

Inside the arena, Faith Hill sang the national anthem while husband Tim McGraw came out to swing yellow towels in the air to whip the fans into a frenzy, if they weren't already.

Unfortunately for Predators fans the night did end and so did the Stanley Cup final series when the Penguins scored the game winner with just 1:35 left to play giving Pittsburgh its second straight Stanley Cup victory.