Amy Grant will perform two back-to-back shows at the Ryman Auditorium on Mother’s Day weekend (May 10-11).
The May shows will mark Grant’s first solo performance at the Ryman in 25 years, and her first solo performances in Nashville in more than 15 years. The two-night event will feature different set lists each night, and tickets go on sale today (Dec. 1). In celebration of Mother’s Day weekend and women everywhere, a portion of every ticket will go to Thistle Farms. For more information, click here.
Preceding her spring shows, Grant and husband Vince Gill will kick off their “Christmas at the Ryman” residency on Dec. 13. The 12-concert run is scheduled for Dec. 13-14, 16-17, 19-20 and 22-23, and will once again feature matinee performances.
“Who doesn’t love the Ryman Auditorium? It’s the best place in the world to hear music and to perform,” says Grant. “Every year I look forward to Vince’s and my Christmas residency there, and this year is no exception. For so many artists and musicians, playing that stage is returning to the Mother Church of music and sharing a night with family. I’m thrilled to be headed back to the Ryman for the first time in 25 years to play two nights of the non-holiday music I’ve been making for the past 45 years. Over the two nights, I’ll cover as much of the old music as I can, and introduce a couple of new songs.”
Recently, Grant and her long-time friend and collaborator Michael W. Smith embarked on their “2023 Christmas Tour.” Joined by special guest Michael Tait of the Newsboys, Grant and Smith will co-headline nine holiday shows, including their first appearance together on New York City’s iconic Carnegie Hall stage on Dec. 5. She is also hosting this year’s CMA Country Christmas alongside Trisha Yearwood, which is set to air Dec. 14 on ABC.