Know before you go
Your safety, and the safety of our artists and team are our first priorities at the Grand Ole Opry. We’ve put measures in place at every guest and staff touchpoint to ensure that your experience is safe and fun when you attend a limited, in-person Grand Ole Opry show. And we have the support from our team at Ryman Hospitality Properties and Vanderbilt University Medical Center 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.
Room for fun
Our seating is positioned so that you have room to enjoy the show and the sounds at the Grand Ole Opry. We’ve limited the tickets for each event so that seats are spread out and placed at least 6 feet apart.
Masks for Safety
We’re requiring all guests to wear masks at all times during any Grand Ole Opry show to ensure your safety, and the safety of our staff and artists. If you don’t have a mask at the time of the show, we will provide one for you.
Clean and Secure
The Grand Ole Opry’s best-in-class safety protocols developed with Vanderbilt Health include enhanced cleaning and sanitation practices. Hand sanitation stations will be located throughout the Opry House.
- Masks are required at all times for guests and staff during your Grand Ole Opry visit (if you do not have a mask, one will be provided for you).
- Social distancing protocols will be followed throughout the Grand Ole Opry House for your safety, and the safety of our staff and artists.
- Seats will be assigned with distance between groups.
- Our cleaning protocols and precautions have been elevated above the recommended requirements. This includes dedicated staff members for frequent cleaning of high-touchpoint areas.
- No oversized bags or backpacks will be permitted into the Opry House for this event, unless medically related.
- No outside food or beverages will be permitted at the Grand Ole Opry for this event.
- Doors will open 30 minutes prior to showtime.
- Security screenings are standard practice at the Opry House. No weapons, including pocket-knives are allowed on property.
- To ensure safe social distancing, we are operating with limited capacity in the building, as well as limiting the number of guests on each Opry House tour.
- Operational hours have been modified with tours beginning every 30-minutes and the last tour ending at 3pm/ct on show days (note actual hours on web and 3rd party sites).
- There are no BTC (Behind the Curtain) tours offered at this time.
- Socially distanced reminders have been placed throughout Opry House to keep guests safely spaced when walking/stopping on the tour. (ex: “Please remember to practice social distancing…”)
- The Grand Ole Opry staff will be required to wear Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). That means that you will see our staff in masks during your visit.
- Guests will be socially distanced while entering/exiting the Grand Ole Opry House.
- Hand sanitizer stations have been placed throughout the Grand Ole Opry House for guests to use as you need.
- Our cleaning protocols and precautions have been elevated above the recommended requirements with proactive sanitary and disinfectant measures.