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Dec 8

The Oak Ridge Boys Christmas In Tennessee Dinner Show

Nashville, TN 37246

5:00 PM


The Oak Ridge Boys Christmas In Tennessee Dinner Show

36.16589, -86.78444

Nashville, TN 37246

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GRAMMY® Award-winning and Country Music Hall of Fame members, The Oak Ridge Boys, will celebrate the holiday season at home this year with a 5-week residency as part of Gaylord Opryland’s 39th annual A Country Christmas event. The Oaks "Christmas In Tennessee" Dinner Show will feature a delicious holiday meal prepared by the resort's culinary team followed by The Oak Ridge Boys and their band performing Christmas classics, new favorites, and many of the timeless hits that have shaped their legendary career. Price: From $109.99 per Adult (12+) From $49.99 per Child (Ages 4-11) Hours of Operation: Select Dates November 23 - December 25, 2022 Show Time 6:00pm* *Show Time(s) on dates with two shows will be 5:00pm & 8:00pm Includes: • Admission to The Oak Ridge Boys Christmas in Tennessee Dinner Show. Know Before You Go: Tickets must be purchased in advance online. No on-site box office. Tickets are non-refundable. Optional ticket insurance is available for purchase. Event location is Tennessee Ballroom. Ticket holders are recommended to arrive 30 minutes prior to show. Additional fees for parking are not included in admission, and charges will apply. Children 3 and under are free with a paid Adult admission. You have a reserved table in the ballroom. Seats around the table are not assigned and are on a first come basis. Show length is approximately 120 minutes. Other restrictions may apply.

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