Updated August 4, 2020 at 6:00 PM CT

To align with Metro Nashville health and safety guidelines amid current COVID-19 concerns, the Grand Ole Opry has cancelled performances that include a live audience through September 30 with exception of Saturdays in September.   This includes the Opry Country Classics shows scheduled during September.  

If you purchased tickets to any of those shows, your ticket order is in the process of being cancelled and fully refunded to the credit card used to place the order. It may take up to 14 days for the refund to reflect on your credit card account.  Please note:  If you purchased a post-show or VIP tour, parking, or the Circle Room VIP Party to accompany your show experience, those are also being cancelled and refunded to you. 

Please note:  If you did not purchase tickets directly from the Opry, you should request a refund from the third party who sold them to you.

While we are unsure when ticketed shows will return, presently tickets for all other shows are still on sale.  We continue to hope these shows will take place as planned.

Please contact us by visiting opry.com/contact should you have questions or need assistance.  Include your name, order number and email address on the supplied for so that we can best assist you.

We sincerely thank you for your patience, and we hope to see you at the Grand Ole Opry soon!

Updated July 8, 2020 at 10:00 AM CT

To align with Metro Nashville health and safety guidelines amid current COVID-19 concerns, the Grand Ole Opry has cancelled performances that include a live audience through August 31 with the exception of August 22 and August 29.  

If you purchased tickets to one of those shows, your ticket order is in the process of being cancelled and fully refunded to the credit card used to place the order. It may take up to 14 days for the refund to reflect on your credit card account.  Please note:  If you purchased a post-show or VIP tour, parking, or the Circle Room VIP Party to accompany your show experience, those are also being cancelled and refunded to you. 

Please note:  If you did not purchase tickets directly from the Opry, you should request a refund from the third party who sold them to you. 

While we are unsure when ticketed shows will return, presently tickets are on sale for shows starting September 1.  We continue to hope these shows will take place as planned. 

Please contact us by visiting opry.com/contact should you have questions or need assistance.  Include your name, order number and email address on the supplied for so that we can best assist you. 

We sincerely thank you for your patience, and we hope to see you at the Grand Ole Opry soon! 

Updated June 26, 2020 at 9:00 AM CT

DAYTIME BACKSTAGE TOURS ARE NOW OPEN. 
Your safety, and the safety of our artists and team are our first priorities at the Opry House. We’ve put measures in place at every guest and staff touchpoint to ensure that your experience is safe and fun, whether you join us for a tour or a show. And we have the support from our team at Ryman Hospitality Properties to make sure that we have the very best safeguards and training in place so that you can feel good about your visit to the Opry House. 

  • Like our staff, we also require guests to wear masks to protect everyone on the tour. If you don’t have a mask, we will be happy to provide you one. 
  • We’re operating with limited capacity and modified hours for tours and The Opry Shop, as well as a reduced number of guests during every backstage tour.
  • Social distancing practices are being implemented when visiting and touring Opry House. 
  • Our cleaning protocols and precautions have been elevated above the recommended requirements. This includes dedicated staff members for frequent cleaning of high-touchpoint areas. 

Updated June 24, 2020 at 9:00 AM CT

To align with Metro Nashville health and safety guidelines amid current COVID-19 concerns, the Grand Ole Opry has cancelled performances that include a live audience through August 7.  

If you purchased tickets to an Opry show prior to August 8, your ticket order is in the process of being cancelled and fully refunded to the credit card used to place the order. It may take up to 14 days for the refund to reflect on your credit card account.  Please note:  If you purchased a post-show or VIP tour, parking, or the Circle Room VIP Party to accompany your show experience, those are also being cancelled and refunded to you. 

Please note: If you did not purchase tickets directly from the Opry, you should request a refund from the third party who sold them to you. 

While we are unsure when ticketed shows will return, presently tickets are on sale for shows starting with August 8.  We continue to be hopeful these shows will take place as planned. 

Please contact us by visiting opry.com/contact should you have questions or need assistance.  Include your name, order number and email address on the supplied for so that we can best assist you. 

We sincerely thank you for your patience, and we hope to see you at the Grand Ole Opry soon! 

Updated June 22, 2020 at 9:00 AM CT

We’re reopening Daytime Backstage Tours on June 26.

Your safety, and the safety of our artists and team are our first priorities at the Opry House. We’ve put measures in place at every guest and staff touchpoint to ensure that your experience is safe and fun, whether you join us for a tour or a show. And we have the support from our team at Ryman Hospitality Properties to make sure that we have the very best safeguards and training in place so that you can feel good about your visit to the Opry House. 

  • Like our staff, we also require guests to wear masks to protect everyone on the tour. If you don’t have a mask, we will be happy to provide you one.
  • We’re operating with limited capacity and modified hours for tours and The Opry Shop, as well as a reduced number of guests during every backstage tour.
  • Social distancing practices are being implemented when visiting and touring Opry House.
  • Our cleaning protocols and precautions have been elevated above the recommended requirements. This includes dedicated staff members for frequent cleaning of high-touchpoint areas. 

Please refrain from entering the Opry House if you or anyone in your party are experiencing the following symptoms:

  • Cough
  • Fever
  • Shortness of Breath
  • Other Symptom of Illness

Updated June 17, 2020 at 3:00 PM CT

To align with Metro Nashville health and safety guidelines amid current COVID-19 concerns, the Grand Ole Opry has cancelled performances that include a live audience on July 4 and July 11.  

If you purchased tickets to the July 4 or July 11 Opry show, your ticket order is in the process of being cancelled and fully refunded to the credit card used to place the order. It may take up to 14 days for the refund to reflect on your credit card account.  Please note:  If you purchased a post-show or VIP tour, parking, or the Circle Room VIP Party to accompany your show experience, those are also being cancelled and refunded to you. 

Please note:  If you did not purchase tickets directly from the Opry, you should request a refund from the third party who sold them to you. 

While we are unsure when ticketed shows will return, presently tickets are on sale for shows starting with July 18.  We continue to be hopeful these shows will take place as planned. 

Please contact us by visiting opry.com/contact should you have questions or need assistance.  Include your name, order number and email address on the supplied for so that we can best assist you. 

We sincerely thank you for your patience, and we hope to see you at the Grand Ole Opry soon! 

Updated June 12, 2020 at 9:30 AM CT

We continue to work to resume Grand Ole Opry shows with live audiences as soon as we can do so aligning with the re-opening guidelines of Nashville. When shows with a live ticketed audience do return, we plan to start slowly, having shows one night per week on Saturdays. Assuming all goes well, we would expand to additional nights. 

While we are unsure when ticketed shows will return, presently tickets are on sale for Saturdays throughout July. Shows on Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday during the month of July have been canceled and tickets for these events will be automatically refunded to the credit card used to place the order. It may take up to 14 days for the refund to reflect on your credit card account. There is no need to call or email our Customer Service team – they have already begun to process these refunds. No decision has been made about shows beyond July. Right now, we hope to proceed as planned.  

Please note: If you did not purchase tickets directly from the Opry, you should request a refund from the third party who sold them to you. 

Please contact us by visiting opry.com/contact should you have questions or need assistance. Include your name, order number and email address on the supplied for so that we can best assist you.  

We sincerely thank you for your patience, and we hope to see you at the Grand Ole Opry soon! 

Updated May 26, 2020 at 12:30 PM CT

The Opry has now canceled all shows with live audiences through June 30 in the interest of the health and well-being of our guests and employees and to align with Metro Nashville safety guidelines.  

Tickets for these events will be automatically refunded to the credit card used to place the order.  It may take up to 14 days for the refund to reflect on your credit card account.  There is no need to call or email our Customer Service team – they have already begun to process these refunds.  

Please note: If you did not purchase your tickets directly from the Opry, you should request a refund from the third party who sold them to you.  

No decision has yet been made about shows and events after June 30.  Right now, we hope to proceed as planned.  If you have a question pertaining to an event taking place after June 30, please contact us by visiting opry.com/contact. Include your name, order number, and email address on the supplied form so that we can best assist you.   

We sincerely thank you for your patience, and we hope to see you at the Grand Ole Opry soon! 

During this time, the Saturday Night Grand Ole Opry has returned to its original format as a live broadcast without a live audience. Fans around the world can still tune in to the Saturday night broadcasts. Watch on Circle at circleplus.com, or listen to the livestream on the WSM website, via the WSM mobile app and on our flagship radio home, 650 AM WSM.   

Updated May 11, 2020 at 12:00 PM CT

The Opry has now canceled all events through June 6, 2020, in the interest of the health and well-being of our guests and employees and to align with Metro Nashville safety guidelines. This includes all Grand Ole Opry shows, Opry Country Classics shows at the Ryman Auditorium and Opry and Ryman tours during this period. 

Tickets for these events will be automatically refunded to the credit card used to place the order. It may take up to 14 days for the refund to reflect on your credit card account. There is no need to call or email our Customer Service team – they have already begun to process these refunds.   

Please note: If you did not purchase your tickets directly from the Opry, you will need to request a refund from the third party who sold them to you.   

 If you have questions pertaining to an event taking place AFTER June 6, 2020, please contact us by visiting opry.com/contact. Include your name, order number, and email address on the supplied form so that we can best assist you. 

We sincerely thank you for your patience, and we hope to see you at the Grand Ole Opry soon!  

During this time, the Saturday Night Grand Ole Opry has returned to its original format as a live broadcast without a live audience. Fans around the world can still tune in to the Saturday night broadcasts. Watch on Circle at circleplus.com, or listen to the livestream on the WSM website, via the WSM mobile app and on our flagship radio home, 650 AM WSM.   


Updated April 24, 2020 at 11:00 AM CT

The Opry has now canceled all events through May 16, 2020, in the interest of the health and well-being of our guests and employees and to align with Metro Nashville safety guidelines. This includes all Grand Ole Opry shows, Opry Country Classics shows at the Ryman Auditorium and Opry and Ryman tours during this period. 

Tickets for these events will be automatically refunded to the credit card used to place the order. It may take up to 14 days for the refund to reflect on your credit card account. There is no need to call or email our Customer Service team – they have already begun to process these refunds.   

Please note: If you did not purchase your tickets directly from the Opry, you will need to request a refund from the third party who sold them to you.   

 If you have questions pertaining to an event taking place AFTER May 16, 2020, please contact us by visiting opry.com/contact. Include your name, order number, and email address on the supplied form so that we can best assist you. 

We sincerely thank you for your patience, and we hope to see you at the Grand Ole Opry soon!  

During this time, the Saturday Night Grand Ole Opry has returned to its original format as a live broadcast without a live audience. Fans around the world can still tune in to the Saturday night broadcasts. Watch on Circle at circleplus.com, or listen on radio at opry.com and wsmonline.com, via the Opry and WSM mobile apps and on our flagship radio home, 650 AM WSM.   


Updated April 15, 2020 at 10:00 AM CT

The Opry has now canceled all events through April 30 in the interest of the health and well-being of our guests and employees and to coincide with the Stay At Home order for the State of Tennessee. This includes all Grand Ole Opry shows, Opry Country Classics shows at the Ryman Auditorium and Opry and Ryman tours during this period. 

Tickets for these events will be automatically refunded to the credit card used to place the order. It may take up to 14 days for the refund to reflect on your credit card account. There is no need to call or email our Customer Service team – they have already begun to process these refunds.   

Please note: If you did not purchase your tickets directly from the Opry, you will need to request a refund from the third party who sold them to you.   

At this time, shows after April 30th are proceeding as planned. If you have a question pertaining to an event taking place AFTER April 30, 2020, please contact us by visiting opry.com/contact. Include your name, order number, and email address on the supplied form so that we can best assist you. We are working through the events in the order in which they are scheduled to occur.   

We sincerely thank you for your patience, and we hope to see you at the Grand Ole Opry soon!  

During this time, the Saturday Night Grand Ole Opry has returned to its original format as a live broadcast without a live audience. Fans around the world can still tune in to the Saturday broadcasts. Watch on Circle at circleplus.com, or listen on radio at opry.com and wsmonline.com, via the Opry and WSM mobile apps and on our flagship radio home, 650 AM WSM.   


Updated March 27, 2020 at 6:30 PM CT

The Opry has now canceled all events through April 26, 2020 in the interest of the health and wellbeing of our guests and employees. This includes all Grand Ole Opry shows, Opry Country Classics shows at the Ryman Auditorium and Opry and Ryman tours during this period.  

Tickets for these events will be automatically refunded to the credit card used to place the order. It may take up to 14 days for the refund to reflect on your credit card account. There is no need to call or email our Customer Service team – they have already begun to process these refunds.   

Please note: If you did not purchase your tickets directly from the Opry, you will need to request a refund from the third party who sold them to you.   

At this time, shows after April 26th are proceeding as planned. If you have a question pertaining to an event taking place AFTER April 26, 2020, please contact us by visiting opry.com/contact. Include your name, order number, and email address on the supplied form so that we can best assist you. We are working through the events in the order in which they are scheduled to occur.   

We sincerely thank you for your patience, and we hope to see you at the Grand Ole Opry soon!  

During this time, the Saturday Night Grand Ole Opry has returned to its original format as a live broadcast without a live audience. Fans around the world can still tune in to the Saturday broadcasts. Watch on Circle at circleplus.com, or listen on radio at opry.com and wsmonline.com, via the Opry and WSM mobile apps and on our flagship radio home, 650 AM WSM.   


Updated March 14, 2020 at 11:40 AM CT

Dear Opry Friends and Family,

As you were previously notified, the Opry has canceled all events through April 4 in the interest of the health and well-being of our guests and employees.  To make things as easy as possible for you and to accommodate all impacted guests as quickly as possible, we will issue you a full refund for show and tour tickets, as well as any add-on events you may have purchased.  Your refund will be credited back to the credit card within 14 days.  There is no need to call or email our Customer Service team – they have already begun to process these refunds.

We sincerely thank you for your feedback and your patience, and we hope to see you back at the Grand Ole Opry soon! In the meantime, please tune in to our Saturday night broadcasts on Opry.com, 650 AM WSM, WSMonline.com, and our mobile apps as we pay tribute to our radio roots.

At this time, all shows after April 4 are proceeding as planned. If you have a question pertaining to an event taking place AFTER April 4, please contact us one week prior to your show or tour by visiting opry.com/contact. Include your name, order number, and email address on the supplied form so that we can respond to you as soon as possible. Thank you for your patience.  

Visit Opry.com for the latest updates on lineups or additional schedule changes.


Updated March 13, 2020 at 3:20 PM CT

The Grand Ole Opry stands by the motto of the Circle can’t be broken. Throughout the Opry’s history, various events have led Opry management to make difficult decisions about how to alter the show’s format. In an effort to maintain health and safety amid current COVID-19 concerns, the Grand Ole Opry, the world’s longest-running radio show, will pause performances that include a live audience and tours through April 4. The Opry’s first priority has always been the safety of our employees, guests and artists who have been key in keeping the show that made country music famous on the air every week for over 94 years.

During this time, the Saturday Night Grand Ole Opry Show will return to its original format as a live radio broadcast without a live audience. Fans around the world can still tune in to the Saturday night broadcasts at opry.com and wsmonline.com, Opry and WSM mobile apps, and its flagship home, 650 AM WSM.

Guests with tickets for performances through April 4, 2020 may contact Grand Ole Opry Customer Service at opry.com/contact for rebooking information.