Ryman Auditorium To Double In-Venue Audience Capacity To 250 Attendees

Photo: Courtesy Ryman Auditorium

Ryman Auditorium’s first-ever livestream concert series, “Live at the Ryman,” will double its current in-venue audience capacity, from 125 to 250 patrons, beginning Friday, Sept. 11, with multi-platinum selling singer-songwriter, Brett Young, as part of a Nashville Public Health Department strategic pilot program.

Last Friday, the Ryman welcomed back 125 in-person guests with Scotty McCreery. Nashville Public Health Department personnel will be on hand to observe, inspect and ensure compliance throughout the event as part of a pilot program designed to provide a safe return to indoor live music events.

The Ryman will strictly comply with operating plans developed in partnership with the Nashville Public Health Department and Vanderbilt Health that include socially distanced seating, mandatory masks for all guests and staff, as well as enhanced cleaning practices.

In-venue tickets for Young begin at $89, which include an exclusive Hatch Show Print poster and in-person access to the artist Q&A prior to the show. Livestream ticket prices begin at $10 with VIP upgrades available for $40 (livestream ticket and virtual artist Q&A), $75 (livestream ticket, Hatch Show Print poster, series t-shirt and hat) and $95 (livestream ticket, virtual artist Q&A, autographed Hatch Show Print poster and series t-shirt). All merchandise is available for purchase in advance online to commemorate the landmark series.

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