Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium was named Theatre of the Year for the eighth consecutive year during the 29th Annual Pollstar Awards in Los Angeles. The win also marks the Ryman’s 10th total win in the category.
“The Ryman is more than thick brick walls, stained glass windows, and beautiful 125-year-old pews,” says Ryman general manager Gary Levy. “It encompasses the spirit of all the artists that have graced its stage for the past 125 years, and every staff member that has worked tirelessly to make it the best possible venue. I would like to thank every artist, their management teams and agents, our promoter partners, and most importantly the staff of the Ryman for making this award possible.”
The historic venue was initially recognized by the Pollstar Awards in 2003 as Theatre of the Year and again in 2004. It has also been named Venue of the Year by the Academy of Country Music, the International Entertainment Buyers Association, and the Country Music Association.
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