In the heart of the Times Square in New York City, Opry City Stage is the recent home for daily county live music and pure Southern food is partnering up with Escape To Margaritaville, Broadway’s new musical to host the show’s formal after-party “Island Fridays,”.
Starting from 1st June 2018, from 10 pm to 1 am, only on Friday nights, the country music destination will metamorphose into a dynamic island oasis. In the month of June every Friday, fans can witness live tunes of Jimmy Buffett, performed by Island Country Band and Opry City Stage Superband. The best of Kenny Chesney and Zac Brown will also be played by the. Besides this, the guests will also get to enjoy special drink deals on margaritas, well as participate in live giveaways for tickets to the new Broadway hit. At Opry City Stage the “Island Fridays” is open for all. No cover fees or tickets required to attend the live show.
Featuring favourite Jimmy Buffett classics including “Fins,” “Volcano,” “Cheeseburger in Paradise” and many more, Escape To Margaritaville, is a resilient and energetic show. This is the best place to loosen up, sing along, and have the best time of life – and now every Friday the guests can carry on the party at Opry City Stage which is just a few blocks from Marquis Theatre.
Adding to the daily live performances by a wide range of country music talent along with drinks and meals for the guests, Opry City Stage launched a variety of unique and new series including a twist on Bruce Springsteen classics during a weekly after party for the continuous sold-out Springsteen on Broadway. From Opry City stage it is less than a block; On Tuesday two-step lessons with live music with a renowned dance instructor; On Thursday movie nights featuring showings of The Sheriff of Goodtimes, a documentary which is new and short about Sheriff Bob, in Greenwich Village the Bluegrass scene his contribution to the genre and more.
Located at 1604 Broadway, the four-story, 28,000 square-foot, entertainment venue is the quintessential Grand Ole Opry. It is the first ever satellite location outside of Nashville, TN.
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Opry City Stage, located in the Times Square of New York City at 1604 Broadway marks the first-ever satellite location of Country music’s exceptionally witnessed Grand Ole Opry. The Opry City Stage is four-story and includes a restaurant with a menu created by the Bromberg brothers of the Blue Ribbon Restaurant Group and a retail shop with performance spaces on the second and fourth floors. Souvenirs from the Opry’s archives are also for display for throughout the venue for the first time ever. It is displayed in a series of installations and rotating art exhibits, the iconic fashions from the Opry Archives being the first. Opry City Stage New York City is a joint-venture program between Ryman Hospitality Properties, that conjointly owns Ryman Auditorium, the iconic Grand Ole Opry, and WSM in Nashville, DINE Restaurant Group and Tennessee.