Opry Square Dancers
Saturday night square dancing is a Grand Ole Opry tradition like no other. Since 1952, a troupe of dedicated square dancers has performed every week at the top of the Saturday night show and following intermission. The Opry Square Dancers’ distinctive style of clogging is rooted in Southern Appalachian culture, and their on-stage panache is a crowd-favorite.
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