March 1974 - Today

The first venue built specifically as a home to the Grand Ole Opry, the Grand Ole Opry House opened on March 16, 1974 with a ceremony attended by President Richard M. Nixon, who played piano and sang on the show that night.

The venue was temporarily closed after receiving substantial damage in the historic flooding of May, 2010, but after five months of around-the-clock restoration work, the house was ready for the show to return. In March, 2014, the Grand Ole Opry House celebrated 40 years as home of the show that made country music famous.

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Sat 2 Jul

PLAZA PARTY

Free All-American Plaza Party to celebrate Independence Day Weekend! Free music, food trucks, and more.

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Fri 1 Jul

PLAZA PARTY

Free All-American Plaza Party to celebrate Independence Day Weekend! Free music, food trucks, and more.

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Wed 29 Jun

In-Store Appearance

Mary Sarah will sign copies of her CD, Bridges, in the Opry Shop immediately following the show.

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Please Note: to participate in the post show signing in the Opry Shop you must have purchased a ticket to the night's show and the artist's project.
Thu 21 Jul

SPECIAL EVENT: WHERE THE HEART IS

An evening of American music feat. Josh Turner, Selah's Todd Smith, the Annie Moses Band, and the Prodigy Performers!

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Wed 15 Jun

In-Store Appearance

Drew Baldridge will sign copies of his new CD, Dirt on Us, in the Opry Shop immediately following the Opry.

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Please Note: to participate in the post show signing in the Opry Shop you must have purchased a ticket to the night's show and the artist's project.
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