Billy Strings Announces Marathon Livestream From Ryman Auditorium Sunday October 25

Featuring one extended set lasting 120 minutes

Billy Strings has announced that the band will perform a special 120-minute set, live from the historic Ryman Auditorium in Nashville on Sunday, October 25. The general on-sale will begin Friday, Oct 16 HERE. Tickets will be priced at $24.99. Both Spotify presale and general onsale tickets will feature the option to add-on a limited edition poster and t-shirt, with guaranteed inventory for early bird buyers.

Billy Strings and his band were forced to halt touring in March, but have kept a healthy pace of announcements and activity coming all year long. Earlier this summer, Billy Strings took to five iconic Nashville-based venues and performed a total of nine shows for the highly successful inaugural “Streaming Strings Tour.” Leaving Nashville for a moment, Billy Strings hit the road for a multi-date drive-in tour dubbed “Meet Me At The Drive In,” which resulted in several sold-out performances across the country. Most recently, in celebration of the one-year anniversary of Strings’ latest record, Home, the band performed their first-ever headlining show at Red Rocks via livestream, which utilized the latest Red Digital Cinema, Blackmagic Design & DJI Drone 6k cameras mixed with 7C Cinema, giving viewers a visual treat. 

Home is undoubtedly the Michigan-born, Nashville-based artist’s bravest excursion thus far, completely rewiring bluegrass with elements of punk, country, folk rock, and genuine psychedelic exploration to fashion something altogether his own. Strings has infused the aesthetic with his own experiences and inspirations, adopting traditional sonic and lyrical idioms to confront contemporary social truths. With guest appearances from the likes of Jerry Douglas and Molly Tuttle and produced by Glenn Brown (Greensky Bluegrass, Marcus Miller), Home marks a landmark on Billy Strings’ ongoing creative journey, its fearless songs and freewheeling approach recasting string-based American music in his own inimitable image.

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*Feature image courtesy of Big Hassle Media



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