Blake Shelton’s Ole Red Gatlinburg to Celebrate Week-Long Grand Opening

Blake Shelton’s Ole Red Gatlinburg to Celebrate Week-Long Grand Opening

Blake Shelton’s Ole Red Gatlinburg will celebrate its week-long grand opening in Gatlinburg, Tenn., March 11–17.

Ole Red Gatlinburg will be a multi-level, 13,500-square-foot entertainment venue with a two-story bar and restaurant, retail area, performance space, dance floor and exterior terrace. The venue will host multiple events throughout its grand-opening week, including a private concert with Blake on March 13. You can enter an online sweepstakes through Feb. 15 to win tickets to the concert. A limited number of tickets will be available through an online auction beginning Feb. 15, which will support the Gatlinbug-Pittman High School Music Program.

“Gatlinburg has always been a place where I’ve had a good time, and it’s just awesome for me to get to be a part of this community through Ole Red,” said Blake. “I can’t wait to get my band down there to play. It’s going to be an amazing night.”

Gatlinburg is the third Ole Red location, following the first in Blake’s adopted Oklahoma hometown of Tishomingo (September 2017) and a second in Nashville (May 2018). Blake recently announced plans for a fourth location coming to Orlando, Fla., in 2020.

photo by Tammie Arroyo, AFF-USA.com

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