The show that made country music famous

The Show

Every Opry show features eight or more artists – think country superstars, award-winning musicians, and legendary songwriters – as they step into the famous wooden circle and put on unforgettable live performances up-close at the Opry House and to a global audience through WSM Radio, Sirius XM, and Circle Country. The lineup is always changing, and it’s never the same show twice, so every night is the night to see the Opry.

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The Tour

Walk in the footsteps of country’s biggest names like Dolly, Garth, and Reba and get an exclusive look at what happens behind the scenes of the show on a guided backstage tour. Hear the stories, see the dressing rooms, and stand on the stage that brought us all here, to the iconic Opry House.

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More Ways to Experience the Opry

The Grand Ole Opry is presented on more than just our stage at the Opry House every week. Discover how we showcase country music and our stories close to home and across the globe.


An integral part of Opry history, Ryman Auditorium was home to the Grand Ole Opry from 1943 to 1974. Now, the Ryman hosts many Opry shows in downtown Nashville, and has its own rich history and stories to tell.

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Circle Country

The free streaming channel for country music fans, and the official home of Opry Live. Circle Country keeps the music playing and the circle unbroken every week for millions of fans across the globe. Circle Country is available FREE on Roku, SamsungTV, Peacock, Xumo, Vizio, fuboTV, Sling, and Redbox.

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WSM Radio

The radio home of the Grand Ole Opry since 1925, WSM Radio is the most famed country music radio station in the world and helped form the first solid sounds of country music. You can listen to the Saturday Night Opry broadcast live all over the world on WSM every week.

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The Opry is for Everyone

Country music reflects many styles, genres, backgrounds and history, and so do our Opry fans, artists and employees. We celebrate each and every one and create exceptional experiences that bring people together. The Grand Ole Opry and Opry Entertainment Group are committed to working every day to provide a platform for diverse music and entertainment in an environment that is welcoming and free of discrimination for all.


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Opry Membership

There’s no magic formula and no secret code that grants access to one of the most coveted invitations in all of music. The path to an Opry membership may be in the hands of management, but its members guarantee the Grand Ole Opry’s future.

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Opry Moments In History
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On November 28th, WSM's Barn Dance broadcasts for the first time…
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WSM program director George D. Hay (nicknamed "The Solemn Old…
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WSM begins transmitting with what was then the world's tallest radio tower (878 feet) in Brentwood, Tennessee, so the Opry can now be heard from New York to California and into Canada and Mexico. (Insider's note: the tower is still there!)
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After trying out larger venues throughout the years at places like…
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The Opry broadcasts its last show at Ryman Auditorium and moves from…
The Grand Ole Opry is televised live in its entirety for the first…
Ryman Auditorium, the Mother Church of Country Music and former permanent…
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The infamous Nashville flood of 2010 devastated the Opry house, submerging much of the venue in water. The famous wooden circle was saved and the show continued playing in other venues, including its former homes at the War Memorial Auditorium and the Ryman.
COVID-19 affects people globally and shuts down much of the United States. The Saturday Night Grand Ole Opry goes back to its roots as a live, weekly broadcast show without an audience. The show continues to broadcast live to homes across the world on WSM Radio and Circle TV, keeping the music playing the circle unbroken.