Grand Ole Opry
The Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, for more than 90 years has had the greatest country music stars in the world grace the Opry stage for its terrific show.
There is no better way to spend an amazing evening in Nashville TN than with a visit to this famous venue! There are always surprises at the shows, and you never know when famous members like Garth Brooks, Dolly Parton, Bill Anderson, and Dailey and Vincent may be stopping by. The Opry was also once home to amazing performances from the late Johnny Cash, Patsy Cline, and Troy Gentry. Make it your turn to be part of this exciting American tradition by reserving your Grand Ole Opry ticket today.
The Opry can be found in the downtown Nashville area nearby other famous attractions such as the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum and the Ryman Auditorium. There are also Opry hotel options nearby including the famous Gaylord Opryland.
If you have dreams of seeing some of the greatest country music performances in the world, do not miss out on a Grand Ole Opry concert! Feast your eyes and ears upon some quality entertainment and music as it storms the Opry stage in Nashville, TN!
Please Note: The Grand Ole Opry schedule does not release final lineups until the Wednesday prior to each performance. This list will be updated weekly as new performers are confirmed and added to the lineup.
Grand Ole Opry at Ryman Auditorium Standard Seating
As part of the great tradition, you'll even have the chance to 'rush the stage' for photos of your favorite legends and superstars! Be sure to watch the faces of the performers as they step into the dark oak circle behind the microphone. This well-worn, six-foot circle was cut from the stage of the Ryman Auditorium, the 'Mother Church of Country Music,' allowing performers to stand in the same spot where Patsy Cline made hearts skip with 'Crazy,' and where Hank Williams defined 'Jambalaya' for us all.
Because you're watching a live radio broadcast, audience members get to be a part of the action. Those listening to the broadcast on WSM 650-AM will be hearing your applause and cheers. In addition, you'll even get to see the radio commercials performed on the stage before you, and see the broadcast 'disc jockey' live! There is no editing, no voice enhancements, and no falsities at the Opry, just wholesome, old-fashioned entertainment!
History of the Grand Ole Opry
Established in 1925 as the WSM Barn Dance, the Grand Ole Opry Nashville got its humble roots thanks to the career of George D. Hay who launched the first Grand Ole Opry performance alongside Uncle Jimmy Thompson. Momentum began after having countless performances and gaining a huge following, forcing the Grand Ole Opry to expand and move to the Ryman Auditorium until 1974.
By the time the GOO moved venues, it had gained so much popularity that it was drawing the attention of thousands. Johnny Cash was a famous Grand Ole Opry member alongside Merle Haggard, Trace Adkin, Alan Jackson, Loretta Lynn, and more. Because the Grand Ole Opry has made such a huge impact on the country music industry, this is a huge honor and is considered to be on par with a Hall of Fame induction.
Currently, the Grand Ole Opry house features a variety of contemporary country music stars to delight modern listeners. As well as paying homage to the late greats who shaped the genre, the Nashville Grand Ole Opry is the perfect way for current stars to get a good start on their careers. Recent performers have included the Charlie Daniels Band, Dierks Bentley, and Brad Paisley. So whether you want to explore the talents of those legends of the past or enjoy country music in its modern form, there truly is something for everyone. Plus, there is no better way to celebrate the genre than to become a part of one of these concerts.
With so many amazing music performances to discover and lasting memories to create, you do not want to miss out on one of the most amazing places with a visit to the Grand Ole Opry house Nashville! Whether you embark upon a Grand Ole Opry tour or simply sit back and enjoy an unforgettable concert showcase, you are bound to have an amazing time so get your tickets today and head to Nashville Tennessee for an unforgettable adventure in country music!
About Grand Ole Opry Country Classics Show
Differing from the regular Grand Ole Opry Show, the Country Classics show pays tribute to the legends of Grand Ole Opry's extensive history. Most of the shows are hosted by Larry Gatlin of the Gatlin Brothers and features hits from classic country's prime. So if you never got to see Loretta Lynn or Johnny Cash perform at the Grand Ole Opry, don't worry. Their essence is truly captured in this one-of-a-kind performance.
|Grand Ole Opry at Ryman Auditorium Standard Seating|
|Available 11/23/2018 until 12/29/2018 View Detailed Schedule|
|Though the Ryman Auditorium is no longer home to the Grand Ole Opry, it is still dear to the hearts of country music fans. During the winter season, the Grand Ole Opry relocates to its original home for a limited time. This seating type includes both back and side sections on the Balcony as well as back and side sections on the main floor.|
|Grand Ole Opry at Ryman Auditorium Deluxe Seating|
|Available 11/23/2018 until 12/28/2018 View Detailed Schedule|
|Get deluxe seating to see spectacular Grand Ole Opry shows in the Ryman Auditorium and make your trip to Nashville even better than expected. Seating in this tier includes center section seats on the main floor and center section seats on the balcony.|