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Nashville’s Leading Tourist Attraction

Watch as up and coming country musicians and country legends take the historic Opry stage at one of Nashville’s leading tourist attractions. Part of our Nashville Show Trip bus tour, the Grand Ole Opry is, ‘the show that made country music famous’.

Started in 1925 as the WSM Barn Dance in the radio studio of the National Life and Accident Insurance Company, it didn’t take long for the Grand Ole Opry to evolve into the star-studded show that it is today.

Whether it’s the pioneers of yesterday or the trailblazers of tomorrow, today the Grand Ole Opry allows you to witness history in the making.  Featuring established professional entertainers, see artists who have attained a certain level of success and recognition within the country music industry during your three and a half hour visit to the Grand Ole Opry.

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The Show that Made Country Music Famous

The Show

During the show you will get to see a dynamic line-up of performers grace the original circular stage cut from Ryman Auditorium. With numerous performers featured in each show delight in the sounds of bluegrass, country, folk, pop, rock, and honky-tonk. Don’t forget to watch out for your favourite country stars; you never know when legends like Garth Brookes, Dolly Parton, or Dierks Bentley might show up for a surprise performance.

 

See the Action

As one of the members of the audience, the Grand Ole Opry allows you to be part of the action. Individuals tuning into the show will hear your applause and cheers, you’ll see the radio commercials being performed live on stage and the broadcast’s ‘disc jockey’. There is no editing or voice enhancements, just good old-fashioned entertainment.

Photo Opportunities

Keep your camera close by because one of the age old traditions of the Grand Ole Opry is to provide the audience with unique photo opportunities. When the time comes, rush to the front of the auditorium to get photos with your favorite stars and legends, on the same stage that Patsy Cline made hearts skip with, ‘Crazy’ and Hank Williams defined, ‘Jambalaya’. 

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