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The Grand Ole Opry, an American Icon and Nashville's number one attraction, is known for creating one-of-a-kind entertainment experiences for audiences of all ages. It's where unforgettable moments happen every week...moments like the night Trace...more
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As the show got a lot of good reviews, we came with high expectatios. We were quite disappointed and even had left before it ended.
First, in a paid show (50$+) there shouldn't be as many comercials as there were. Every other song, there was...More
We went to a show at the Opry. Not a bad seat in the house. Several musical acts. Got to see Sam Williams perform. The grandson of Hank Williams. He got a standing O. His first performance at the Opry. So Good.
The acoustics are phenomenal due to the design, cushioned (pew style) seats and carpet. Since it’s broadcast live it includes announced commercials which I believe could have been edited to only be broadcast on the radio. Park in the mall parking lot and walk a...More
We had never been to the Grand Ole Opry and it was fantastic, it was an opry birthday celebration and we enjoyed every minute of it. Terry Clark, an old favorite was the star of the show, and she was fantastic. They had a 3...More
If you go to Nashville, a night at the Grand Ole Opry is a must do. It takes one back to the 1960's and 1970's when Hee Haw was on the air. They always have great country singers on the stage. Every seat has a...More
Pre-show meal in next-door shopping mall
Good souvenir shop
Quick and easy access, including security checks
Very helpful staff
We saw an excellent show with bands called Soccer Mommies and wilco
From “hot chicken” and the Grand Ole Opry House to the Country Music Hall of Fame all interspersed among a bevy of legendary honky-tonks, dive bars, and dance halls, Music Valley has a way of capturing the heart.
I don't know. Not sure someone that age would find it worthwhile. I'd say somewhere around 8-10 years would be an age where they would remember the experience and be reinforced every time they listened to country music... More
I don't know. Not sure someone that age would find it worthwhile. I'd say somewhere around 8-10 years would be an age where they would remember the experience and be reinforced every time they listened to country music for the rest of their lives.