Welcome to The Grand Ole Opry at Opry House
There are always surprises at the shows, and you never know when famous members like Garth Brooks, Dolly Parton, Brad Paisley, and Dierks Bentley may be stopping by. Make it your turn to be part of this exciting American tradition by reserving your seats today.
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!
Grand Ole Opry at Ryman Auditorium
Though the Ryman Auditorium is no longer home to the Grand Ole Opry, it is still dear to the hearts of country music fans. Opry Country Classics are still performed in the Ryman Auditorium on select dates throughout the year.
Plus, you'll want to plan on arriving early to explore the Opry Museum located within the Opry Plaza. Although hours vary, the museum is open prior to the show and features extensive exhibits dedicated to Patsy Cline, George Jones, Marty Robbins, Little Jimmy Dickens, and many, many more!