Great views from the balcony and the acoustics are pretty great wherever you sit.
Taken before the show. No zoom. Fantastic view.
Abysmal view from the front row--folding chairs shoved way too close to the stage. We laid in wait for the tickets to go on sale; we traveled from St. Louis; it was my husband's 40th bday present. Crushing disappointment, & the Ryman's response was AWFUL.
Great seats.....very satified. Intimate venue with equally intimate concert experience
with The Front Bottoms
Unbelievable show at the Ryman! Pew seating but not terribly uncomfortable.
View from inside aisle seat
Pretty good seats! In the middle of a row.
Very close and was a great view. The auditorium has great seating I don’t think there could really be a bad seat anywhere you sat. Only negative is there wasn’t a lot of room to dance or even sit because everyone is so squished together.
Fantastic view despite being at the very back. No obstructions and great sound
Ticket said obstructed view but column was not a problem
Never again. Did not notice “obstructed view” notation when I bought the tickets months ago.
Never ever buy this seat for a concert. the people at the Marriott Corporation who now on the Ryman Auditorium off to give discounts for any seats that fall directly behind a column that blocks the line of sight to the center of the stage.
Columns do obstruct the view
There's a pole directly in front of this seat. If the performer is standing in the center of the stage they are perfectly blocked unless you lean to the right or left.
Wouldn’t buy these seats again. Couldn’t see if someone is in front of you! Seat 12 is an aisle seat. February 17, 2019
Fair seats, would definitely buy closer..if someone y’all is in front of you, you can’t see!
4-1-15 seat is right beside end of the stage and by the speakers
Fantastic seats right beside the stage. Speakers were right beside you but weren't overwhelming!
If the show is mostly taking place right at the front and in the center then you can see fine, but it could be difficult if something that uses the whole stage