The Opry House has been around in Nashville, Tennessee, for several decades already. It serves as a stage where American country music is celebrated each week. This is why country music lovers can anticipate some of their favorite artists gracing this stage. As such, check below for the upcoming show schedule at the Opry House:
The Grand Ole Opry is usually scheduled four times a week. It happens every Tuesday and Wednesday, as well as every Friday and Saturday. However, there are certain months wherein there is no Grand Ole Opry show during Wednesdays, particularly in the months of April and May, as well as November and December. There are several online platforms that showcase the Opry events schedule and tickets. It is through these platforms where you will be able to purchase your tickets at the best deals.
The Ryman Auditorium, which is also in Nashville, is the original home of the Opry. Opry at the Ryman happens only during the first of December. It usually begins in the afternoon and lasts until midnight. Eight or more artists are presented during this show to be able to present the audience with a sample of the musical style of each artist that performs.
Every Thursday of the month, country classics are showcased in the Ryman Auditorium. This show features timeless country music hits from various artists such as Maggie Rose, The Swon Brothers, Chris Young, T.G. Sheppard, and Mandy Barnett to name a few. There is often a spotlight artist front lining the show with numerous classic hits. However, during the months of June, July, August, as well as November and December, there are no country classic shows in the Auditorium.
The Opry Birthday Bash Weekend happens on the first Friday and Saturday of October. On the other hand, the CMA Fest happens during the first Thursday, Friday, and Saturday of June. Both of these events happen in the Opry House and the artist line up is usually finalized a week or two before the event itself.
Apart from the shows at the Opry House and the Ryman Auditorium, audiences also have the chance to book backstage tours. There is a daytime backstage tour that allows people to get an intimate look at the artists and the stories behind each show that made country music world-renowned. There is also a curtain star experience wherein audiences are given the chance to spend some time backstage before the Grand Ole Opry performance. This will heighten up their energy as everyone hustles in excitement before showtime.
To wrap things up, it is great to know that there are still several people who love listening to country music. Apart from bringing back nostalgic memories, country music has a certain vibe that is soothing and enticing at the same time. Fortunately, there are avenues and events, such as the Opry House hosting the Grand Ole Opry, where country music will always be celebrated.