Formerly home to the Grand Ole Opry, this historic venue has featured countless notable performers throughout its long and storied history. Join the masses on Monday, December 12, 2016 to take part in a live concert event by Andrew Peterson, and before you make the trip to downtown Nashville, be sure to look over the following venue details.
Ryman Auditorium Seating Information
With room for over 2,300 attendees, the Ryman Auditorium offers guests an intimate feel and impressive sound, and the cozy venue ensures that every seat in the house has an amazing view of the stage. Seating starts closest to the stage with sections AA-BB lining the front, while the rest of the seating on the mezzanine level ranges from sections 1-8 from right to left, and balcony seating consists of section 9-16 from right to left.
Ryman Auditorium General Information
The following items are prohibited inside: weapons, large bags, outside food and drink, bottles, cans, alcohol, and all video cameras and audio recording devices. Personal cameras are permitted, but they must not have a telephoto or zoom lenses. Smoking is strictly prohibited at the venue due to its status as a National Historic Landmark, but smoking is allowed outside.
Ryman Auditorium Parking Information
Valet parking is available onsite for all concerts at the Ryman Auditorium, and there are paid parking lots and street meters downtown near the venue as well.
Ryman Auditorium Gate Times
Doors open one hour prior to the concert unless otherwise noted on your Andrew Peterson tickets.
Ryman Auditorium Accessibility
The Ryman Auditorium is completely accessible for those in need of ADA accessible accommodations. Accessible seating is available on both the main floor and balcony, and guests are advised to make arrangements prior to attending the event. Accessible parking also is available in paid parking lots and meters around the Ryman Auditorium, and a shuttle will also be available from the Gaylord Opryland for those staying there.
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