On Saturday, Feb. 4, the Grand Ole Opry unveiled extensive set and stage renovations at the Opry House – our home for almost 50 years. With a brand-new stage, audio technology, video screens, and more, the Opry now has arena and stadium-level live music capabilities. The Tennessean wrote about the star-studded reveal and the evolution of the home of country music. 



"This isn't just your mother, grandmother, or great-grandmother's show anymore," Marcus K. Dowling wrote for The Tennessean. "Instead, this, among the many set renovations, mark what Grand Ole Opry Vice President and Executive Producer Dan Rogers refers to as an 'incredibly exciting time' for the program, venue, and organization."

Read the full story here.