Ryman Auditorium

Section 6 at Ryman Auditorium

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Section 6 Seating Notes

Row Numbers

  • For most concerts, rows in Section 6 are labeled L-Z

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  • Section 6 Reviews

    • Main Floor Seats

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      Sections 3-6 make up the main floor center and are the largest sections at the Ryman Auditorium. These seats are centered to the stage and are home to some of the best seats for seeing to the Opry or any other show. The closest seats will be located in sections 3 and 5 which extend all the way to the stage. For the ultimate near VIP experience, rows AA and BB of section 3 are as close as you can get. One of the biggest concerns about sitting on the main floor are the obstructed views due to the poles. Although the poles are out of the way for most seats, we suggest trying to sit in row M or closer. As you move further back the poles and balcony become more of a factor. If deciding between the back of the main floor and balcony seats the balcony typically provides clearer views and better sound. One factor that makes the back rows a little better are the TV’s that are located at the front of the balcony overhang. If you are looking for extra leg room, you won’t find much at the Ryman Auditorium. The seating is church pew style with little room between rows. 

    • Ratings & Reviews From Similar Seats
    • "Just Average"

      (Section 4) - -

      The view was just O.K. there was a pole that blocked the artists sometimes which was annoying. Could still see though and TV's are a nice addition to bring this old venue into today's world. Watch your knees, not much leg room either.

    • "No Complaints!"

      (Section 3) - -

      Absolutely perfect seats. Maybe could be a few rows closer, but that might even be too close! I loved these seats. It was amazing for my first time at the Opry.

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