Old Dominion invites their friends to join them as they turn their Ryman debut into a benefit

ABC/Mark LevineACM Vocal Group of the Year Old Dominion will play Nashville’s historic Ryman Auditorium for the very first time next month, in a special show they’re calling An Evening with Friends.

The September 18 concert will benefit both The Opry Trust Foundation and The Ryan Seacrest Foundation.

“The Ryman has been a bucket list venue since we moved to Nashville,” lead singer Matthew Ramsey says. “The growth of this band over the past couple of years has taken us all over the world into some truly huge venues, but every time we come home, there she is. We cannot wait to get on that stage.”

“On top of that,” he adds, “we are enjoying getting to the point where we can help others with our music. The Ryan Seacrest Foundation and the Opry Trust are charities that are near and dear to us. It’s going to be a beautiful night.”

Pre-sales are underway now, with tickets becoming available to the general public on Friday. Stay tuned to find out which of OD’s friends will be joining the “Hotel Key” hitmakers.

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