Ryman Auditorium to Add Outdoor Icon Walk Honoring Country Greats

The Ryman Auditorium will add an outdoor "Icon Walk" to its hallowed grounds as a way to honor those who have made significant contributions to country music and Nashville. Music Row reports that the Icon Walk announcement was made this past weekend at special CMA Fest matinee Opry show. New bronze monuments honoring beloved Music City legends will join the venue's existing statues of Little Jimmy Dickens and Bill Monroe, which were both unveiled in 2017 as part of the Ryman’s 125th anniversary celebration. The next artists to be honored with a statue will be announced in early 2020. “Thousands of people stop to pay homage to Monroe or pose for selfies with Little Jimmy Dickens in front of the auditorium every year,” says Ryman General Manager, Gary Levy. “As we add more stars and legends to the Icon Walk, we’ll create more opportunities to tell the story of the Ryman, Nashville, and the legends who have graced our stage.”

Ryman Auditorium Announces New Icon Walk For Plaza

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