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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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This is such an amazing place the line up of artists were very well known to the Audience. Luke Combes was part of the line up and his single Hurricane has just made number one. Great evening would do it all over again.
First of all every day we tried to get tickets were all sold out except for single spaces scattered throughout according to the ticket office. We kept trying on line and finally captured 2 seats together for Friday night, Oct 12th. The headliner was Charlie...More
We did a backstage tour and then went to the following show. The backstage tour was very informative and let you see the dressing rooms and here a lot about the history and traditions of the Opry. The shows are very good so find some...More
We did the Opry for the first time last week, twice! The atmosphere, the sound, the tradition... It's nothing like you've ever experienced until you've actually been there in person. Make sure to do the backstage tour as well. What an iconic site!
Everyone who visits Nashville seems to go for a show. Glad we did, friends who I attended with really liked it, I thought it was a bit hooky. But overall was glad I went, been there done that category.
We visited the Grand Ole Opry on a lovely sunny day, the grounds were beautiful, we couldn’t get tickets online so we thought we would chance it and see if we could get tickets on the door ! We were in luck an hours wait...More
There is parking right across the street. There is a lot of construction going on so some parking is further out. We took Uber from downtown Nashville for about $20 each way, I believe and that worked well!
Parking is free but get there early if you want to avoid traffic in the parking lot and be able to get a spot. Parking is shared with the Opry Mills mall. We parked in front of Bed Bath and Beyond. It was a short walk but we... More
Parking is free but get there early if you want to avoid traffic in the parking lot and be able to get a spot. Parking is shared with the Opry Mills mall. We parked in front of Bed Bath and Beyond. It was a short walk but we didn’t have to wait as long for a spot.