From the stage of Nashville’s iconic Ryman Auditorium, Little Big Town, along with Nashville Mayor Megan Barry and Ryman Auditorium General Manager Sally Williams, announced their upcoming— Little Big Town at the Mother Church– residency.
Speaking for the group, Jimi Westbrook assured fans they would be up for the challenge, “As musicians, there is no better feeling in the world than playing on the stage at the Ryman. To be given the opportunity to headline their first residency means so much to us as a band and we promise to make each night as memorable for the fans as possible.”
This will be the first ever residency at the famed Ryman Auditorium. Little Big Town at the Mother Church is slated for six nights in 2017 and will kick-off on February 24.The date will coincide with the release of the Grammy-winning band’s seventh studio album entitled, The Breaker.
Additional dates scheduled for the residency are February 25, May 19 & 20 and September 15 & 16. The opener for the February 24 show will be Brent Cobb and February 25 will be Ashley Monroe. Tickets and special two-day packages for all shows will go on sale Friday, November 4 at 10:00 a.m.via ticketmaster.com and ryman.com and will be available online only.
Tickets for the concerts will be $90.50, $60.50 and $50.50. Each ticket purchased to see Little Big Town at the Ryman includes one (1) physical album of Little Big Town’s new album, The Breaker, scheduled to be released on February 24, 2017. Also on Friday, CID Entertainment will offer additional VIP experiences.