Grand Ole Opry

Grand Ole Opry

Music Venue · Nashville, Tennessee


“I have been a Grand Ole Opry member since 1969. Some of you may have seen the 2019 TV special we did celebrating my 50 years on the Opry. I have so many wonderful memories both onstage and backstage. Now they even offer tours…so see this magical place for yourselves while in Nashville.”
Dolly Parton’s Nashville Spots
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"Let me tell you, this is one of the most magical venues in the city. You never know who could show up on stage to surprise the fans in the crowd and the artists on stage. Every time I get to play the Opry and step in the circle, I’m reminded of exactly why I moved to Nashville in the first place. Some of my favorite memories of the Opry have been taking my boys to experience and see it—memories I’ll cherish for the rest of my life."
Caitlyn Smith's Nashville Spots
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"Do not even think about coming to Nashville and not going to the Grand Ole Opry! It is my home away from home and the place where all kinds of artists can come and hang and celebrate the music."
Carrie Underwood's Nashville Spots
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The Grand Ole Opry was established in 1925 and has been a fixture in Tennessee every since. Achieving worldwide fame, the Grand Ole Opry claims to have "made country music famous." Famous faces have certainly graced its stage including Garth Brooks, Reba McEntire, and Carrie Underwood.
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The show that made country music famous can be experienced as it makes its way live through the airwaves on 650AM/WSM. Take a backstage tour at the Grand Ole Opry and you may just brush elbows with the stars. It's bustling with activity and many times you can catch artists doing their vocal warm-ups before heading on stage to sing for hundreds of thousands year-round.
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