By Joe Cortez

Melt away those winter blues with a show at the Opry! From the timeless sounds of country royalty to the debut of a band made famous on “Yellowstone,” there’s something for everyone coming up at the Opry House.


March 8: Mickey Guyton

Since 2015, Mickey Guyton has made a name for herself by blending traditional country with the smooth sounds of R&B. She rose to fame with songs like “Better Than You Left Me,” "What Are You Going to Tell Her?” and “Black Like Me." In 2020, Mickey became the first Black woman to be nominated for a GRAMMY in the category of “Best Country Solo Performance".  Get ready for her Opry performance by streaming her latest single, “Nothing Compares to You.”




Mar. 12: Darius Rucker

Grand Ole Opry member Darius Rucker became a household name during his time with his first band, Hootie and The Blowfish. Since becoming a solo country artist in 2008, Darius has released a steady string of number-one hits, including “Alright,” “History in the Making,” “Come Back Song,” and “Wagon Wheel.” The native of Charleston, South Carolina brings his unique sound to the Opry stage on the heels of his latest album, 2023’s Carolyn’s Boy.





March 13: Trisha Yearwood’s 25th Anniversary

The multi-talented member of the Grand Ole Opry is coming home for her 25th Opry Anniversary on March 13. Trisha Yearwood is more than an accomplished Country artist with a career spanning nearly 40 years – she’s also an actress, writer of three cookbooks, and a Daytime Emmy Award winner for her cooking show, Trisha’s Southern Kitchen. Trisha's Opry performances are second to none and she’ll be accompanied by an all-female lineup including Terri Clark, Pam Tillis, Jeannie Seely, and more. 





Celebrate 50 years of the Grand Ole Opry House as our home on Saturday, March 16. Throughout the evening, the Opry will honor Bill Anderson, Jeannie Seely, and Connie Smith, all who performed on opening night in 1974 and will perform on this special show 50 years later. See Clint Black, Riders in the Sky, Crystal Gayle and more of the Opry’s illustrious family members come together for a night unlike any other – all in honor of the true home of country music.  



March 19: Jon Pardi 

“Mr. Saturday Night” has headlined stages with some of the biggest names in country, including Grand Ole Opry members Alan Jackson and Dierks Bentley. But it was Jon Pardi’s second studio album, California Sunrise, that brought him center stage and his first number-one hits, “Head Over Boots” and “Dirt on My Boots.” Jon officially became a member of the Grand Ole Opry in October 2023, becoming the first Californian to join country’s most famous family. 




March 26: Shane Smith and The Saints « Opry Debut

Made famous by their appearances on the hit T.V. drama “Yellowstone,” Shane Smith & The Saints have made a name for themselves by playing for governors (both real and fictional), appearing at Austin City Limits, and selling out the famous Red Rocks Amphitheater in Colorado. With a sound similar to The Zac Brown Band, their hits “All I See is You,” “Cocaine Habit,” and “Coast” have catapulted them into the spotlight this year. Their debut at the Opry House will we be one you don't want to miss. 





Want to experience the magic of an Opry induction night? The Opry is welcoming Scotty McCreery into the family on April 20th with a next-level show. Plus, Carrie Underwood is headed our way for a can’t-miss night at the Opry on April 13. 

Get your tickets now and get the full star experience with tickets for a backstage tour of the world-famous Opry House. And, stay tuned for more artists stepping into the Circle this spring!