ORLANDO, Fla. – One of the biggest names in country music is a new fixture on International Drive.

Multi-Grammy nominee and “The Voice” judge Blake Shelton has debuted his fourth Ole Red location.

1. Ole Red Orlando is a 17,289 square foot venue that includes 2 levels and a concert-quality music experience. It's just coming off opening weekend. Local bands and traveling artists perform every single day.

2. The venue has an honest-to-goodness red tractor hanging way up over the stage. “One of the heads of construction of the company that was building this building, you know, they look for tractors,” Ole Red Orlando general manager John Romanowicz said. “He was driving along the roads in Tennessee. That was an actual working tractor…and he bought it.”

3. The Shelton-inspired menu is made-from-scratch. “Thirty-percent of the menu is regionally-inspired, so we definitely have a Florida touch to our menu,” top chef Mark Boor said. The tater tots are indeed Yelp-able. “This is not the grocery store tater tots that you grew up with,” Boor said. “These are hand-scooped to order.”

4. The menu also features Ole Red signature items, cocktails with souvenir glasses or Mason jars, beer, wine, and Orlando-only specialties.

5. Ole Red delayed its grand opening due to the pandemic and is modifying its hours. For now, it's open at 4 p.m. on weekdays, but all day on the weekends. Staff is required to wear masks and get temperature checks. Ole Red Orlando is located in front if The Wheel at Icon Park next to Uncle Julio's.