August 8

It’s a Global Broadcast with Ryman Auditorium Going Live on August 14

Ryman Auditorium has been one of the people’s most ‘go-to’ places since its rise in 1994 in Nashville, Tennessee. Known to house 2.3 thousand people for various artists’ live performances, but the sudden pandemic outbreak will not stop it from its purpose.

Bound for August 14, the Ryman Auditorium will be back on business. Although the people it will house will drop from two thousand to six music personalities, people across the globe will be welcomed to join in during the six-week Livestream of our favorite country music artists.

The Live Show Debuts

The six-week Livestream concert includes the participation of ‘for KING & COUNTRY’ on the first week on August 14, ‘Cam’ on 21st, and Chris Janson on the 28th. On September 4, Scotty McCreery will take the stage, Brett Young on the 11th, and for the final week on 18, ‘Old Crow Medicine Show’.

Due to the spacious area of the Ryman auditorium, with exemption to the debut week of the Livestream concert, Ryman will allow people to physically attend the concert and keep the health ordinances intact by implementing social distancing.

The New Medium for Concerts

The online ticket for the show will be on sale starting August 10 at 10:00 am CT. The auditorium presents regular tickets that sell for $10, and price raise for promotional VIP add-ons. People can also buy the whole six-week concert series ticket which only goes for $50 dollars a bundle.

The Livestream will be hosted by the Grand Ole Opry and plans to have the artists perform whole Live sets rather than having in-between Live cuts. The platform of the upcoming Live concerts will be similar to the host’s weekly Saturday Live broadcasts, proving that they are the best ones to handle the job for a great viewers’ perspective experience.

Ryman has always been known for its prestige via holding concerts for famous artists these last 124 years. We may think that the Coronavirus pandemic will crush the reigning supremacy of the auditorium, but through the use of technology, the situation turned itself around. The Ryman Auditorium is no longer exclusive to the people of Tennessee. It became available to the world in just a click of a button. 

“Be a part of the Ryman’s 128-year history with one show for $10, or snag your spot for all six for $50. Get your Livestream tickets and watch from anywhere” Ryman posted on its website.


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