Grand Ole Opry returns to its original home The Ryman Auditorium
85 years ago, the Grand Ole Opry Country Music Show began at the Ryman Auditorium. Country legends like Hank Williams, Minnie Pearl and Dolly Parton took the stage to blow visitors away with their incredible country music. Today, the Grand Ole Opry has most of its shows at the Grand Ole Opry House while the Ryman Auditorium has continued to put on other shows. During the holiday season, the Grand Ole Opry Country Music Show makes an exciting move back to the Ryman Auditorium to once again give performances in the place where the legend of the Grand Ole Opry show began. Visitors will once again see current stars, legends, and rising stars take the stage to continue the tradition on the stage where it all began. It's an exciting experience that brings visitors from all over to Nashville just for the chance to see the show where it got its start!
While the Grand Ole Opry Country Music Show is having performances at the Ryman Auditorium, the famous Radio City Rockettes Nashville will be taking over the stage at the Grand Ole Opry House. The Rockette's precision, high kicks, and gorgeous costumes are always a hit with people of all ages. During their time at the Grand Ole Opry House, the Rockettes will be offering a special Christmas performance with a variety of holiday classics. You will see them perform a living nativity as well as dance to Christmas favorites like the "12 Days of Christmas." If anyone has the right to stand on the Grand Ole Opry House's stage and perform, it's the Radio City Rockettes Nashville!