Winter in Tennessee just got a bit hotter today. Back by popular demand, the Oak Ridge Boys will be in Nashville for a winter residency again this year.
If you weren’t able to attend one of these dinner shows last year, perhaps this will be your year. Grab a seat in the audience to take in a heartwarming and delightful music-filled journey by one of America’s favorite quartets.
Joe Bonsall shares his thoughts on Christmas in Nashville:
It is such an honor to be bringing our Christmas show back to Gaylord Opryland in 2022 for the THIRD year in a row. Nobody does Christmas like Gaylord Opryland, and our dinner shows have become a part of the tradition over the last few years! We can promise this, our show will be much different than last year, but Santa will still be a part, as will our big state-of-the-art production. And we will give each audience a strong set list of songs covering every aspect of Christmas. We hope you will plan to join The Oak Ridge Boys over the holidays this year for a gourmet dinner and a show that has been honed over decades of Christmas tours.”
Along with classic song-along favorites, there will be live performances of hits spanning from their earliest hits to today’s most recent songs.
There will be 32 chances to take in a dinner show, so get those tickets while you can. I am sure they will sell out quickly.
Shows begin on November 23rd, which is something else to be thankful for during the Thanksgiving holiday. Wrapping up on Christmas day, the Oaks will be on hand to help celebrate the most important holiday.
So, while you are giving thanks and spending time with loved ones during the winter holidays, share some cheer and joy with relatives and friends at one or more of the concerts set at the Gaylord Opryland Resort.
The Opryland Resort
Out-of-town guests will absolutely want to book a room or suite at the Opryland Resort. Not just for the convenience of a short walk to the concert. The walk itself will feel like a walk through a winter wonderland.
Winter activities include bumper cars on ice, a 9,000 square-foot outdoor skating rink and ice tubing. Of course, next to the Oaks, Santa will be the biggest highlight. A gingerbread house corner, Delta Riverboat Christmas Cruise and carriage rides are also options.
For the kiddos: Rudolph’s Jolly Holly Breakfast, Build-a-Bear workshop, Reindeer games scavenger hunt, kid’s train ride and photos with Santa.
Guests from 9 to 99 will have a blast this winter in Nashville, with the dynamic duo of Opryland Resort and the Mighty Oaks!
For tickets and more info, head over the Oak Ridge Boys website. Tickets on sale now!