TEMPORARILY CLOSED Ryman Auditorium
We’re eager to have you back in the Mother Church. In the interest of the health and well-being of our guests and employees and to align with Metro Nashville safety guidelines, we have decided to extend our pause on operations for all activity at the Ryman, including shows and events, retail, food service at Cafe Lula, and all of our tours through June 6, 2020. This includes all tickets purchased for events during this period.
If you have tickets for show dates during this period, we will contact you directly regarding your event and rescheduling.
If you purchased tickets for a tour during this time, we want to make things as easy as possible for you. Tickets for tour dates through June 6, 2020 will be automatically refunded to the credit card used to place the order. It may take up to 14 days for the refund to reflect on your credit card account. There is no need to call or email our Customer Service team – they have already begun to process these refunds.
At this time, shows after June 6, 2020 are proceeding as planned. If you have a question pertaining to an event taking place after June 6, 2020, please contact us by visiting ryman.com/contact. Include your name, order number, and email address on the supplied form so that we can best assist you. We are working through the events in the order in which they are scheduled to occur.
A National Historic Landmark, Ryman Auditorium was built by Captain Thomas G. Ryman in 1892. Ryman Auditorium is an nine-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 Grand Ole Opry (1943-1974). The Ryman has been featured in numerous film and television projects including Coal Miner’s Daughter, The Johnny Cash Show, American Idol, Nashville, and more. While offering a diverse lineup and thriving concert schedule (with over 200 shows per year), the venue is also open for daytime tours year-round. A coveted under-play for many, her iconic stage has seen the likes of Bruce Springsteen, Mumford and Sons, and Tom Petty in recent years.