For the first time in its 30-year history, Fan Fair is offering reserved seating to fans for its nightly main stage concerts. The Country Music Association, which sponsors the event, is moving the festival to downtown Nashville from its longtime home at the Tennessee State Fairgrounds. The main concerts will now be staged at Adelphia Coliseum, home to the Tennessee Titans. "The fans have been asking for this for years," Ed Benson, CMA executive director, said in a news release. "It took us awhile to work out the logistics with the move to Adelphia Coliseum, but due to the unique nature of our ticketing process, it is entirely possible." Reserved concert seats will be assigned in the order that fans purchased their Fan Fair tickets in each of the three levels -- platinum, gold and sterling. At the end of May, the CMA will send out a confirmation letter that ticket holders can turn in at the Fan Fair reservation center for a seating assignment. Reserved seating is not being offered for shows on the Riverfront Stages along the Cumberland River. Fan Fair is set for June 14-17.