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Ryman Auditorium, Nashville

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Ryman Auditorium (also known as Grand Ole Opry House and Union Gospel Tabernacle) is a 2,362-seat live-performance venue located at 116 5th Avenue North, in Nashville, Tennessee. It is best known as the home of the Grand Ole Opry from 1943 to 1974 and is owned and operated by Ryman Hospitality Properties, Inc. Ryman Auditorium was included in the National Register of Historic Places in 1971 and was later designated a National Historic Landmark on June 25, 2001, for its pivotal role in the popularization of country music.
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  • Great ambiance and concert from Vince Gill and Amy Grant. This is an old, converted church which makes for a down-home experience, great seats anywhere. 
    Great ambiance and concert from Vince Gill and Amy Grant. This is an old, converted church which makes for a down-home experience, great seats anywhere.  more »
  • Fantastic time at the Ryman seeing Amy Grant and Vince Gil Christmas Show. Music was excellent and the experience was fun, moving and joyful! 
    Fantastic time at the Ryman seeing Amy Grant and Vince Gil Christmas Show. Music was excellent and the experience was fun, moving and joyful!  more »
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  • Historic venue in downtown Nashville that offers a good variety of performances. We went to see the Fisk Jubilee singers and India Arie while in town for a few days and both were excellent. We bought less expensive seats in the balcony area which was fine for viewing and acoustics; the only downside was the seating is basically church pews with not enough space if there are above average sized people in your row (I think there are 6/bench), which means you might need to be comfortable with rubbing thighs with a stranger, and everyone has to move out of the pew into the aisle to let people in and out.
  • Quite possibly THE best place I have ever been to watch a concert, no matter who you like. It is acoustically correct from every seat in the house. The site lines are great from almost every seat. Highly recommend going to see your favorite artist at this venue. We happen to see Gary Clark, Jr. who put on quit a show.

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