Lineup Includes Ricky Skaggs, Dailey & Vincent, Rhonda Vincent and More
Season Passes For All Six Shows On Sale Monday, Dec. 12
New Member + Single Tickets On Sale Friday, Jan 20
Sponsored by Springer Mountain Farms and Farm Bureau Health Plans
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Springer Mountain Farms Bluegrass Nights at the Ryman returns to Nashville’s historic Ryman Auditorium starting on Thursday, June 22 and continuing each Thursday night through July 27. The series kicks off with Sierra Hull, followed by Jerry Douglas & Peter Rowan, Sam Bush, Rhonda Vincent and Dailey & Vincent, leading up to the final night with a performance from Country Music Hall of Fame Member and 14-time GRAMMY Award-winner Ricky Skaggs.
All shows begin at 7:30 p.m. CT and will be preceded by a 6 p.m. CT pre-show “Pickin’ on the Plaza” event sponsored by Springer Mountain Farms and Farm Bureau Health Plans on the Ryman’s PNC Plaza, featuring live music from local bluegrass artists and bands presented by 650 AM WSM.
Season tickets for new passholders will go on-sale on Monday, Dec. 12 with single tickets going on sale Friday, Jan. 20. This year’s passholders can renew their seats starting Friday, Dec. 9. For more information, visit ryman.com
Over 75 years ago in December of 1945, Bluegrass was born on the famed Ryman stage when a young banjo player named Earl Scruggs joined Bill Monroe’s Blue Grass Boys on stage for the first time. As they combined harmonies, upbeat tempos and a new sound referred to as “high lonesome,” the result was a new, energetic sound of country music that lifted crowds from the Ryman’s historic church pews to their feet. “Bluegrass” was born, and the Ryman became forever known as the “Birthplace of Bluegrass.” The venue honors Monroe’s legacy with a life-size statue on site, unveiled in 2017. Learn more about Monroe and his legacy HERE.
After sitting vacant for nearly two decades after the Grand Ole Opry relocated to its new home, the Ryman underwent renovation and reopened its doors on June 3, 1994. That same year, the venue introduced the first of what would become its annual “Bluegrass Nights at the Ryman,” which featured Bill Monroe and Alison Krauss. Now more than 25 years later, the Ryman continues to celebrate bluegrass music’s contribution to music history with artists and fans alike.
Springer Mountain Farms Bluegrass Nights at the Ryman 2022 Lineup:
Thurs, June 22 – Sierra Hull with special guests East Nash Grass
Thurs, June 29– Jerry Douglas & Peter Rowan
Thurs, July 6 – Sam Bush
Thurs, July 13 – Rhonda Vincent
Thurs, July 20 – Dailey & Vincent
Thurs, July 27 – Ricky Skaggs
About Ryman Auditorium
A National Historic Landmark, Ryman Auditorium was built by Captain Thomas G. Ryman in 1892 as the Union Gospel Tabernacle. A 13-time winner of the prestigious Pollstar Theatre of the Year award, the historic venue is well-known as the Mother Church of Country Music and is the most famous former home of the Grand Ole Opry (1943-1974). The Ryman’s thriving concert schedule hosts more than 200 shows per year, and the venue is open for daytime tours year-round. The Ryman has also been featured in numerous film and television projects including Coal Miner’s Daughter, The Johnny Cash Show, American Idol, Nashville and more. Ryman Auditorium is owned by Ryman Hospitality Properties, Inc. (NYSE: RHP), a Nashville-based REIT that also owns and operates the Grand Ole Opry, WSM Radio and Ole Red. For more information, visit ryman.com.
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