Saturday Dec. 5, 2020
Begins at 7:00 PM|CT
This weekend we’re celebrating the 75th anniversary of the birth of bluegrass on the Opry. Don’t miss a very special show honoring the artists and the music.
The Grand Ole Opry will celebrate the 75th anniversary of Bluegrass music on Saturday, December 5 with appearances by Opry member Del McCoury, a member of the Bluegrass Hall of Fame. He will be joined by Sister Sadie, recently named 2020 International Bluegrass Music Association Entertainers of the Year. Also joining on the celebration is Darin & Brooke Aldridge, Carly Pearce, Chonda Pierce, Jeannie Seely, and The Travelin’ McCourys.
We’re thrilled to be bringing back our two-hour Opry every Friday and Saturday night with special guests, surprises, and you, our audience, back in our pews.
The Travelin’ McCourys, Darin & Brooke Aldridge, Sister Sadie, Del McCoury Band
Opry Square Dancers, Jeannie Seely, Chonda Pierce, Carly Pearce
Shriners Hospitals for Children® is thrilled to present an evening at the historic Grand Ole Opry to benefit our incredible patients. Airing on December 5, the Stories of Love telethon will feature performances by country music favorites like Brad Paisley, Trace Adkins, Sara Evans and more. The event will be hosted by Olympic gold medal figure skater Scott Hamilton with the help of some very special Shriners Hospitals for Children patients and is sure to be a special evening you won’t want to miss!
The event will be livestreamed after the Saturday Opry, starting at 8:00 PM|CT on Circle All Access or SHCTelethon.org.
Can’t join us at the Opry? Catch the second hour of the show every Saturday night, live on socials and Circle at 8 PM CT/9 PM ET.
Live on Circle this Week: Henry Cho, Scotty McCreery, Dennis Quaid, Jeannie Seely, Mark Wills, Brett Young, and Chris Young.
How To Watch on CIRCLE
The Opry’s radio home, WSM, has broadcasted the Saturday Night Opry for 95 years and is the most famed country music radio station in the world. Tune in to hear the show in its entirety from anywhere in the world and in its original broadcast format every Friday night at 7 PM CT/8 PM ET on WSM radio.
More about Saturday Night Opry
The Grand Ole Opry is the show that made country music famous. The Opry features a dynamic line-up of new stars, superstars, and legends of country music. Unlike a typical concert, the Opry presents one or more artists on each show, giving the audience a sample of each artist’s musical style. Only the Opry … there’s nothing quite like it anywhere else!
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