Until July 23, 2020
Although Nashville's Ryman Auditorium has hosted concerts and events from virtually every musical genre in its 128-year history, its integral role in the birth of bluegrass is one of the hallowed venue's most important claims to fame.
For twenty years, the Bluegrass Nights at the Ryman concert series has showcased the brightest lights in bluegrass music. Inviting up and comers, and celebrated performers alike to the Grand Ole Opry stage for six glorious nights this summer, the venerated tradition returns with the talents of The Del McCoury Band, Dan Tyminski, Molly Tuttle, The SteelDrivers, Ricky Skaggs & Kentucky Thunder, Dailey & Vincent, and Vince Gill.
Bluegrass Nights is a Nashville tradition with a legacy as strong as the Ryman Auditorium itself. In 1945, a then-unknown banjo-player named Earl Scruggs performed with Bill Monroe's Blue Grass Boys for the first time, also debuting a whole new genre based on combined harmonies and upbeat tempos. Thus the genre was born, and the Ryman is now forever known as the Birthplace of Bluegrass.
The Del McCoury Band with The Lil Smokies - June 18th
Dan Tyminski and Molly Tuttle - June 25th
The SteelDrivers - July 2nd
Ricky Skaggs & Kentucky Thunder - July 9th
Dailey & Vincent - July 16th
Vince Gill - July 23rd
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