Amy Grant and Vince Gill Announce 2024 Christmas Residency

The duo's 14th annual "Christmas at the Ryman" shows are scheduled for November and December 2024.

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Renowned musicians Amy Grant and Vince Gill are set to bring their beloved “Christmas at the Ryman” residency back to Nashville’s historic Ryman Auditorium for the 14th year. Fans can anticipate a 12-concert series spanning from November 29 to December 21, 2024, with performances scheduled for both matinee and evening to ensure everyone has a chance to partake in the holiday spirit.

Tickets for this eagerly awaited event will be available from Friday, March 22, at 10 a.m. CT, exclusively through the Ryman Auditorium’s official website, This annual residency has long been a cherished holiday tradition, attracting audiences nationwide and internationally to experience the unique blend of seasonal cheer and musical excellence that only Grant and Gill can deliver.

The “Christmas at the Ryman” series has historically featured an array of Christmas favorites, including “It’s The Most Wonderful Time of the Year,” “O Holy Night,” “Tennessee Christmas,” and “Winter Wonderland.” Last year, the duo celebrated their 100th performance at the Ryman during their sold-out residency, marking a significant milestone as the first artists to headline 100 shows at this iconic venue.

The Ryman Auditorium, a National Historic Landmark, has been a centerpiece of Nashville’s music scene since its construction in 1892. Known as the Mother Church of Country Music, the venue has hosted more than 200 shows annually and continues to be a focal point for music fans and artists alike.

Amy Grant’s influential music career spans over four decades, marked by her transition from gospel to becoming a pop icon. With numerous awards and over 30 million album sales, Grant’s impact on music and culture is undeniable. Vince Gill, known for his exceptional songwriting and musicianship, has also left an indelible mark on country music, earning multiple awards and selling over 30 million albums throughout his career.

As the holiday season approaches, the return of “Christmas at the Ryman” with Amy Grant and Vince Gill promises to once again offer a heartwarming celebration of music and tradition at one of Nashville’s most storied venues.

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