By Joe Cortez

February is the month of love, followed by the start of Spring in March – so you know things are heating up at the Mother Church. Ryman Auditorium’s upcoming shows will have you head over heels as Nashville begins to bloom. From country, to rock, to blues, and everything in between, check out our lineup of artists to make the next couple of months the best of 2024:  

Grace Potter - Feb. 9 

Blurring the lines between alternative and country while playing with the likes of Kenny Chesney, Grace Potter brings her unique sound to the Ryman for one night only.  


Image of Grace Potter profile.

Los Ángeles Azules - Feb 13 

Latin GRAMMY nominees and “YouTube 1 Billion Views Club” members Los Ángeles Azules will rock the Ryman with their signature Cambio sound straight from Latin America.  


Band of Horses - Feb 14 & 15 

They shared the stage with Pearl Jam and Neil Young – now, South Carolina’s Band of Horses will play their GRAMMY-nominated alternative hits at the Ryman.  


Sammy Rae & The Friends - Feb. 23 

Rooted in a variety of disciplines from classic rock, folk, and funk, Sammy Rae and The Friends are coming to the Ryman with a message: Put a smile on somebody’s face and tell someone you want to be their friend.  


Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band - Feb. 24 

Playing the blues guitar for over 20 years, Kenny Wayne Shepherd and his band will play some of his iconic tracks, from “Deja Voodoo” to “Somehow, Somewhere, Someway,” on music’s most iconic stage.  


Godsmack - Feb. 27 

The 21st century titans of hard rock Godsmack are getting unplugged at the Ryman, treating audiences to a night of untold stories set to acoustic and electric performances.  


Artwork of members of the band Godsmack with candles

Randy Rogers Band - Mar. 1 & 2 

Opening for music masters like Willie Nelson, Gary Allan, and Dierks Bentley, the Randy Rogers Band are bringing their rowdy, party music with a message to Nashville.  


Greensky Bluegrass - Mar. 8 & 9 

With a grassroots fanbase selling out concerts, Greensky Bluegrass will take the Ryman stage for two unique progressive bluegrass shows.  


Tesla - Mar. 12 

Ranging from hard rock hits “Modern Day Cowboy” and “Little Suzi” to the 90’s grunge sound, TESLA is back, playing fan favorites spanning their 40-year legacy.  


Members of the band Tesla standing together

Jenny Lewis - Mar. 13 

With credits including lead vocals for The Postal Service and opener for pop superstar Harry Styles, actress-turned-musician Jenny Lewis is celebrating her Nashville recorded album Joy’All at the Ryman.  


Extreme - Mar. 16 

Walking the line between classic rock and 90’s grunge, Extreme is playing their hits on the Ryman stage, including their Billboard Hot 100 #1 single “More Than Words.”  


Thistle Farms Benefit - Mar. 19 

Celebrate a night of music and recovery at The Ryman, with a one-of-a-kind show from the Fisk Jubilee Singers with benefits going towards Thistle Farm’s mission to support survivors of trafficking and exploitation.  


Sierra Ferrell - Mar. 20 & 21 

With music self-described as “country heart but with a jazz mind,” Sierra Ferrell is bringing her music forged on the road for two nights at The Ryman.  


Ledisi - Mar. 24 

GRAMMY Award-winning R&B traditionalist Ledisi is rocking the Ryman with her #1 hits “I Need to Know” and “Anything for You.”  


BRELAND & Friends - Mar. 26 

Described as “a symbol of Country music’s ongoing evolution” and a “visionary solo artist,” BRELAND is performing alongside Avery Anna, Caitlyn Smith, Chase Rice, Dalton Dover, Drake White, Josh Groban, The War And Treaty, Walker Hayes and more in this benefit show for the Oasis Center. 


Artwork of the artist BRELAND with text that says BRELAND & Friends and lists artists and event information

A.J. Croce Presents 'Croce Plays Croce' - Mar. 29 

A.J. Croce celebrates the legacy of his singer-songwriter father Jim Croce with a 50th anniversary show featuring the timeless hits from Life and Times, I Got a Name, and You Don’t Mess Around with Jim.  


Chelsea Cutler - Mar. 30 

From her dorm room to around the globe, singer-songwriter Chelsea Cutter is coming off her debut at Coachella to take part two of the “When I Close my Eyes” Tour.  


Blue October - Mar. 31  

Fusing alternative rock with multiple disciplines, Blue October brings their creative renaissance to the Ryman stage for one magical night.  


Find a new musical act to fall in love with when you get your tickets to the Ryman, no matter when you plan your visit. Pair your concert night with a tour of one of the world’s most famous music hall, or come during the day to take in all the sights and go backstage and get the full Ryman experience!