“The cast of NASHVILLE are incredibly excited to play what is surprisingly their first true ‘hometown’ concert,” said Steve Buchanan president, Opry Entertainment. “It will be a bittersweet farewell to a city they love as production will soon wrap for the final season currently airing on CMT.”
CMT’s NASHVILLE In Concert: Final Season Celebration at the Grand Ole Opry House will feature cast members Clare Bowen, Chris Carmack, Charles Esten, Jonathan Jackson, Sam Palladio, Lennon Stella, Maisy Stella as well as Rainee Blake, Kaitlin Doubleday, Jake Etheridge and Nic Luken.
Tickets and VIP Packages for NASHVILLE In Concert: Final Season Celebration at the Grand Ole Opry House on March 25 will go on sale February 2 at 10 am at https://www.opry.com/
Cast members Clare Bowen, Chris Carmack, Charles Esten, Jonathan Jackson and Sam Palladio will head to the UK and Ireland in April for the NASHVILLE Farewell Tour. The shows will feature songs from the series as well as artists’ original material. Tour stops on the Farewell Tour include Birmingham, Leeds, Glasgow, Manchester, Cardiff, London, Dublin and Belfast.
Due to the exceptional fan demand of the shows in the United Kingdom and Ireland, additional seating had to be opened up for the London O2 show on April 21 and shows were added in Dublin and Belfast for April 23 and 24 respectively.
For ticket information on all announced shows, go to https://www.opry.com/
March 25 Nashville, TN (USA) Grand Ole Opry House
The tour is produced by Opry Entertainment.
“Nashville” airs in 225 territories worldwide. Since its debut, the show has inspired 22 soundtracks, including a Christmas album, which have collectively sold more than one million album units and over 5 million single-track downloads to date. It has also been nominated for multiple Emmy®, Golden Globe® and Critics Choice awards. Currently in production, “Nashville” is produced by Lionsgate and Opry Entertainment. The sixth season of “Nashville” premiered in the U.S. on January 4, with new episodes airing Thursdays at 9pm ET/PT only on CMT. The 16-episode season will air in two parts, with the finale airing in the summer (exact date TBD). Long-time SVOD partner Hulu will continue to bring fans new episodes of “Nashville” by making them available to stream the day after they air on CMT, and the complete series can be streamed exclusively at http://www.hulu.com/