The Ryman Community Day invites Tennessee residents to experience the Ryman’s daytime tour free of charge from 9 a.m-4 p.m. with a valid Tennessee state ID. Tickets may also be reserved in advance at ryman.com.
As part of the Community Day festivities, PNC Plaza at Ryman Auditorium will feature a variety of family-friendly activities, including on-site print making from Hatch Show Print, food trucks and free live music. Once visitors step inside the Ryman, tours begin with the Soul of Nashville video experience. From there, they can explore the auditorium, enjoy star-studded exhibits of artifacts highlighting each chapter of the Ryman’s history, and take a picture on the iconic stage where so many legends have stood before them.
Visitors will also experience the Ryman’s newest exhibition, Rock Hall at the Ryman, in partnership with Cleveland’s Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. The exhibit honors over 100 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Inductees who have performed on the Ryman’s hallowed stage throughout its 130-year history. The exhibit features inductees James Brown, The Byrds, Eric Clapton, Foo Fighters and Joan Jett in addition to country icons Johnny Cash, Dolly Parton and Hank Williams.
“This year’s Ryman Community Day is especially exciting as it will be the first opportunity for locals to view the new Rock Hall exhibit for free,” says Gary Levy, Ryman Auditorium General Manager. “The Ryman has played an important role in the evolution of rock & roll, and we are pleased to offer Tennesseans a new experience that celebrates the Ryman, not only as the Mother Church of Country Music, but as an official Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Landmark.”
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