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Nashville Sights

Grand Ole Opry

  • 2804 Opryland Dr. Map It
  • Music Valley
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Updated 04/25/2013

Fodor's Review

This enormously popular radio show, performed in the Grand Ole Opry House, has been broadcasting country music since 1925. You can see superstars, legends, and up-and-coming stars on this stage. The Opry seats about 4,400 people and is broadcast live on WSM AM 650 every Tuesday (7 pm), Friday (8 pm), and Saturday (6 and 9 pm); buy tickets ($25–$57) well in advance, particularly during CMA Music Festival week in June. Tours of the Grand Ole Opry are also available.

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2804 Opryland Dr., Nashville, Tennessee, 37214, United States

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Updated 04/25/2013


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By Beth

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Mar 20, 2006


I think the Opry is a great experience for anyone. There are so many people there of different ages and even people I know who don't love country music enjoyed the Opry. It's the Opry and not much more needs to be said. I think it's something everyone should do at least once.

By Meg

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Jan 2, 2005

The Grand Ole Opry is a Grand Ole Place

Love it!

By j

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Feb 17, 2004

It's a Radio Show not a Concert.

Don't be disappointed if your favorite star you came to see only plays one song. This is a live Radio Show not a concert. During commercial breaks you're stuck in your seat watching Coca Cola ads on the big screen. Nothing like a captive audience. eGO Maniac's have more fun.

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