Jason Isbell Sets Eight-Night Residency at Ryman Auditorium

Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit are returning to Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium for a residency this fall. The eight-show run will begin in mid-October and feature a different opener each night.

Announced by the Ryman Auditorium, the residency will kick off on Friday, Oct. 14, covering eight dates through Oct. 23. The specific dates are Oct. 14, 15, 16, 18, 19, 21, 22 and 24.

The shows will each feature a different support act, with Isbell’s wife and fellow band member Amanda Shires opening the show the night of October 21. Other openers include Peter One, Grace Group Choir, Vagabon, Kevin Kaarl, Leyla McCalla, Hermanos Gutierrez and Cimafunk.

The run marks Isbell’s sixth residency at the Mother Church of Country Music. His 2021 shows spotlighted opening acts such as Mickey Guyton, Brittney Spencer, Amythyst Kiah, Allison Russell and more. Tickets for the show range in price from $49.75 to $129.75, and they go on sale Friday, June 24, at 10AM CT.

Before settling into their residency at the Ryman this fall, Isbell and his band can be found on the road with Willie Nelson’s Outlaw Music Festival. Nathaniel Rateliff, Spencer and Charley Crockett are also featured on the tour. Isbell is also set to play a handful of festivals — including the Palomino Festival, Wildlands Festival and Beachroad Weekend — as well as solo shows with artists such as Bully, Yasmin Williams, Adia Victoria and more.

Jason Isbell’s 2022 Ryman Residency Dates: 

10/14 with Peter One
10/15 with Grace Group Gospel Choir
10/16 (with Vagabon)
10/18 with Kevin Kaarl
10/19 with Leyla McCalla
10/21 with Amanda Shires
10/22 with Hermanos Gutierrez
10/23 with Cimafunk

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