Blake Shelton Breaks Ground on Ole Red Tishomingo

Blake Shelton was in his hometown of Tishomingo, Oklahoma, last week to break ground on Ole Red Tishomingo, his new entertainment venue that’s scheduled to open this fall. Donning a hard hat and wielding a hammer, Blake joined Tishomingo Mayor Tom Lokey, Chickasaw Nation Governor Bill Anoatubby, and Ryman Hospitality Properties Chairman and CEO Colin Reed to officially kick off the site’s construction.


·       The new site will boast a 4,700-square-foot restaurant and performance space as well as a 1,400-square-foot retail store.

·       Blake says, “This song has been such a big record for me. And now it’s turned into this. It’s pretty incredible. When you go in there, it’s going to be our lifestyle, our lifestyle here in Tishomingo.”

·       The Tishomingo venue is part of the Ole Red brand, which will be anchored by a $20 million multi-level entertainment venue that’s set to open on Nashville’s Lower Broadway in 2018.

  • Kay Cardinal

    Dang that Blake is everywhere. Does he ever Get away somewhere alone with Gwen? If so does the press ever give them a break? A lot of pressure there.


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