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Amy Grant & Vince Gill In Concert - Nashville, TN
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In addition to nearly every aspect of our daily lives, the coronavirus pandemic has changed the way we celebrate the holidays this year. While we hope to find new traditions we enjoy at home this holiday season, we're already looking ahead to a time when we can safely gather once again.

With several coronavirus vaccines on the way, we're optimistic that time will arrive before Christmas 2021, and if that's the case, we've officially got our first holiday event to look forward to: Vince Gill and Amy Grant returning to the Ryman for their annual "Christmas at the Ryman Residency."

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Per the announcement on the Ryman's website, tickets will go on sale for next year's shows on Friday, November 27, at 10 a.m. “None of us could have ever predicted a year like this one and the holidays are going to look a lot different because of it. While Vince and I are disappointed we can’t be with you all this year, we are thrilled to be able to return to Ryman Auditorium for the holidays in 2021,” Grant said in the post announcing the news. “It is such a special time of year for us and our family, and these shows have become a holiday tradition for us!”

If you'd like to learn more or buy tickets for the 12-concert run, click here.

In previous shows, the couple has performed many beloved Christmas tunes like "O Holy Night," "Tennessee Christmas," and "Let it Snow." The concert typically ends with a heartfelt take of "Til the Season Comes ‘Round Again," which is sure to reverberate in attendees' ears for weeks to come.


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If you've been to a "Christmas at the Ryman" show, you know this is not something you want to miss. And if you haven't, well, it's something to eagerly anticipate for brighter days ahead.