Address and Phone:
2804 Opryland Dr.
Nashville, TN 37214
Toll Free: 800-SEE-OPRY
Hours Open to the Public:
Shows: Fri. 7 p.m.*; Sat. 7 p.m., 9:30 p.m.; Tues. 7 p.m. (March - mid-December)
AAA Discount, Group Discount, Other Discounts Available
Payment Types Accepted:
Visa, Cash, MasterCard, Personal Check, American Express, Discover
The unique art form we call country music owes its phenomenal rise in popularity to a live show that began more than 80 years ago called the Grand Ole Opry. The tradition is stronger than ever today, as several times each week the Opry presents a live show with an ever-changing mix of famous and soon-to-be-famous talent sharing the stage. At the Opry, you can count on things happening you can't just see anywhere else.
Today, there are more ways to enjoy the Grand Ole Opry than ever before. From March through December, there are the Tuesday Night Opry shows. There's the two-hour radio program, America's Opry Weekend, syndicated nationwide. Just as country greats like Jeannie Seely and Jim Ed Brown grew up listening to the Opry on radio, future generations of Opry stars also may hear it on the Internet, on satellite radio, or via the American Forces Network.
However they hear it, and wherever they come from, those future Opry stars will one day take their place inside that famed round piece of stage. They will enter the circle that remains unbroken, and they will feel the presence of the hundreds who've come before. They will know the value of remaining genuine and honest, and they will continue to entertain millions while keeping founder George D. Hay's first commandment: "Keep 'er down to Earth, boys!”
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Date: May 18, 2013
Oaklands Historic House Museum's Free Day in May
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