Music theatres and shows have been a part of our culture for over centuries, and you will find them being used in one form or the other throughout different parts of the world. The use of a specific theatre stage just for the sake of musical concerts shows has been a part of general entertainment for a long time. Of course, thanks to Covid, musical theatres and small production centers have been hit pretty hard. Now that we are slowly opening things up again, you should pay your respects to the pioneers and support the performing arts. You can check out historical venues near you and book a tour and viewing to a show for the future.
Music theatres have a lot of history, and if you go over their list of past performances, you will end up finding big names back when they first started. The Ryman theatre is an example of a place that is full of historical and memorable performances by different artists, most notably country singers and performers. To keep this tradition alive, Ryman theatre also conducts showcasing of smaller artists that are still trying to break out and make a name for themselves. This is how they end up supporting small artists by giving them a shot, and it allows people to support them too.
You can make an entire day-trip out of the experience and it can prove to be a lot of fun to tour the halls, walk the same places major names had walked before, and just enjoy yourself talking to likeminded people, share musical interests, and be exposed to potentially new and good artists. Even if you are not a fan of country music, you should still try to watch at least one show live as it is a unique experience.