Ray Stevens Show in Nashville, TN

Ray Stevens CabaRay Showroom5724 River RoadNashville, TN 37209
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This high-energy concert, held at the Ray Stevens CabaRay Showroom, features an extraordinary performance by Ray Stevens and his incredible A-Team Band! The show highlights award-winning songs that have stolen the hearts of millions, including signature comedy classics that guarantee laughs. Arrive early for drinks at the showroom's intimate Piano Bar, and prepare yourself for a night to remember!

Good To Know

from Ashley, one of our Nashville Travel Experts
  • Family-friendly.
  • The show typically lasts 1 1/2 hours.
  • Piano Bar serves beverages before and after the show.
  • Arrive at 5:30 PM for meal and show, 7:00 PM for show only.
  • Printed tickets only. No electronic versions accepted at this time.
  • Gluten-free, vegetarian, and/or food allergies can be accommodated by calling the theatre ahead of time.


from Ray Stevens Show
RAY STEVENS performs live on stage with his fabulous A-Team Band. Fans will be thoroughly entertained with a 90-minute full concert, jam-packed with Ray’s iconic hits and comedy classics. Ray will take you down memory lane with tales and stories from his legendary career. In true Ray Stevens style, he doesn’t hold back on inserting many comedic moments.

You will laugh out loud and it will be an experience you will not forget.

Come early to experience the rockin' Piano Bar with live music from 5pm until showtime and post show until closing.

Ever since closing his successful Branson theatre in 2006, Ray dreamed of building a Vegas-style Showroom in Nashville reminiscent of favorite venues he worked in his early career. He wanted to create an intimate setting where fans could enjoy a nice dinner and cocktails while up close and personal with their favorite artists.

When visiting the CabaRay, patrons will immediately experience Ray’s attention to every detail, from the impressive custom lighting piece in the lobby, to the built in trophy cases displaying memorabilia from Ray’s iconic career, to the elegant crystal chandeliers, Ray’s personal touch is evident in every corner of the building.

The Showroom walls are covered in vintage black and white photographs honoring the producers and musicians who turned Nashville into “Music City”. Ray also designed six custom red leather corner banquettes each honoring legendary Nashville producers who were impactful in Ray’s career – Chet Atkins, Owen Bradley, Shelby Singleton, Fred Foster, Jerry Kennedy and Billy Sherrill.

Come to the CabaRay and enjoy the food, the shows and the fun, but also be sure to take in all of the history and memorabilia that surrounds you in this remarkable place!

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Nashville, Tennessee
"Great show"
TripAdvisor user rating 4 out of 5
Reviewed October 19, 2019 NEW
The family took my dad to CabaRay for his 83rd birthday. He watches the show on TV on Saturdays and enjoys it. The piano bar and singer are very good. Dinner was ok...I think you really are paying for the entertainment. We sat right at the stage and all 5 of us thoroughly enjoyed the show. If you are visiting Nashville and are looking for something to do I would check CabaRay out.
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Sharon H
Evans, Georgia
"CabaRay is a must see when in Nashille"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed September 27, 2019 NEW
Driving back from Branson, we were lucky enough to get tickets for the Thursday evening show at Ray Stevens CabaRay theater. The dinner was great and so were the waiters. Afterwards, Ray and his band gave a truly outstanding musical performance. For a man that is 80 years old, he is full of energy with a quick wit and jokes to match. You can't do better while visiting Nashville.
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Florida Panhandle, Florida
"A great evening "
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed September 20, 2019
Well I read some of the reviews after we went to the show. I have to tell you it’s one of the best shows we have seen in a long time. We love Ray Stevens and while he is over 80 years old he truly is one of the best performers ever. I’m glad we paid the money to sit down front by the stage and the food was good. We would go back again. He signed autographs and visited with anyone that wanted to visit after the show. Thoroughly enjoy him and thank you for all the memories!
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Carroll, Iowa
"No. 4 on list? Not even close"
TripAdvisor user rating 2 out of 5
Reviewed September 14, 2019
Spent our last night in Nashville attending this show and dinner. Such a disappointment. The venue is very nice, drinks in the piano bar, listening to the 50’s tunes was enjoyable. It was downhill after that. Dinner was big disappointment. Three of the four of us had the pork chop which was over done. Husband paid $5 extra for the beef medallions. Last I knew, medallions were not a quarter inch slab of tenderized round steak. Sides was blah and minimal. Mr. Stevens was a great talent in his day. For the age of 80, he still carries a decent tune but from where we were sitting on the main floor, it was difficult to understand any words. If this is the fourth best choice for concerts and shows in Nashville, they need to raise their expectations and talent.
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Henderson, Nevada
"A show designed exclusively for very old, white folks"
TripAdvisor user rating 3 out of 5
Reviewed September 12, 2019
It is a cabaret style music hall. Not that large but still All music goes through electronic power amps so sometimes it sounds not so good. It is basically a one man comedy show, and Ray Stevens is nearly 80 years old but old white folks seems love him anyway
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Frequently Asked Questions about Ray Stevens Show

Is the show appropriate for children? 

Does the theater have an age restriction on audience members?
There are no minimum age restrictions. All patrons of any age do require a ticket for admission to the CabaRay.

Are wheelchair-accessible seats available? If so, is there a special booking process?
Yes. The theater has handicap parking and seating available, as well as ADA accessible bathrooms. 

How long is the show?
The show typically lasts 1 1/2 hours.

Do audiences need to know anything in particular about the seating arrangements? 
Reserved seating on a first come, first serve basis.  The main floor, which has dinner service, has a mix of 2-top, 4-top and 6-top tables, round booths and counter seating. Traditional theatre seating is available in the balcony for show only tickets.

Does the theater have a dress code or specific attire policy?
No. Our guidance would be to dress in the same manner you would when you go out to dinner.

Is there a coat check/bag storage?
No. The theater does not have a coat check at this time.

Does the theater serve food/drinks/concessions? 
Beverage service and limited food will be available in the Piano Bar before and after the performance.

When should audiences arrive for the show?
5:30 PM for meal and show, 7 PM for show only. Dinner is served at 6 PM.

Are there any ticket redemption policies in place? 
Present printed e-ticket to box office upon arrival.

Does the show include a meal/dinner?
The theater offers tickets for show only as well as tickets for dinner and show. The meal options are:

  • Beef tenderloin medallions with shiitake mushroom Demi. Paired with roasted Yukon gold potatoes, roasted asparagus with olive oil, and tri-color peppers. 
  • Roasted Airline chicken breast paired with roasted Yukon gold potatoes, roasted asparagus with olive oil, and tri-color peppers. 
  • Pan seared salmon with lemon and white wine caper sauce. Served with wild rice with sun-dried cranberries, roasted asparagus with olive oil, and tri-color peppers. 
  • Thick cut pork chop with marsala Demi. Paired with roasted Yukon gold potatoes, roasted asparagus with olive oil, and tri-color peppers. 
  • Vegetarian: Portobello mushroom and three cheese lasagna with sautéed spinach. Topped with parmesan cream sauce.
$5 up-charge for the beef option. All meals include fresh garden salad with house dressing, fresh baked dinner rolls with butter, coffee, tea or a soft drink. Dessert, Beer, Wine and mixed drinks are available for an additional charge. Ticket price does not include gratuity. For special dietary needs or requests, please make your requests in the special needs section when making your ticket selections, or call the box office number printed on your e-ticket.

Is there a pre-show audiences should be aware of?
Singer and keyboard artist, John Jonethis, performs live in the CabaRay Piano Bar every Thursday, Friday and Saturday evening 5:00 to 7:30 and post show until closing, singing favorites from The American Songbook plus many of today’s romantic and dance hits.