Please read the Grand Ole Opry’s Privacy Statement before interacting with the Opry website.

Grand Ole Opry (“Opry”) respects the privacy of its online visitors. As a general policy, we do not anonymously collect personal data from visitors to our website though we may use “cookie” technology to gather non-personal information from visitors. This is standard practice on the web. We use the information gathered by cookies to improve your visit to our website among other things. We may also collect aggregate information about our visitors. For example, we may track the total number of website visitors in a particular period. The Opry website may collect personally identifiable information, that is, your name, address, and email, when you voluntarily subscribe to a service offered by the Opry. This information is used solely by the Opry or other companies who are involved in the operation of this website. The Opry does not sell this information to third parties, though we may share aggregated non-personal information with advertisers on our site. We reserve the right to change this policy at any time so you should check this page periodically for any changes.

A Special Note To Parents
The Opry website does not knowingly collect information from children under the age of 13. We recommend that parents consider using the technology available from online services and software manufactures that can prevent children from disclosing online personal information such as their name or address without parental permission. For more information about these tools, please visit the Direct Marketing Association at the-dma.org.