The beauty of the Grand Ole Opry is the ability to hear country rock, bluegrass music, folk music, honky tonk, comedy, country pop, and more all in one grand show. From seasoned performers such as Mel Tillis and Jimmy C Newman to the fresh young sounds of Sarah Darling and Kristen Kelly, this weekend’s shows are packed with truly amazing country artists singing every country genre. Who will be gracing the Grand Ole Opry Stage this weekend?!
Friday, April 26: Riders In The Sky, Chris Janson, Bobby Osborne & The Rocky Top X-Press, Jim Ed Brown, Jean Shepard, Montgomery Gentry, Jeannie Seely, Jason Crabb, Mark Chestnutt, John Conlee, Sarah Darling, Mel Tillis, and more to be added up until show time.
Saturday, April 27: Mike Snider, Morgan Frazier, Jimmy C Newman, Jim Ed Brown, The Whites, Rhonda Vincent, Jeannie Seely, Ray Pillow, Striking Matches, Opry Square Dancers, John Conlee, The Boxcars, Kristen Kelly, and more to be added up until show time.
Tonight, don’t miss the Opry Country Classics show at the Ryman Auditorium. If you only want to hear the classic country that made the Grand Ole Opry famous, then you’ll definitely want to check out the country classics show. The show is at Ryman Auditorium every Thursday through May 23. That means there are only 5 shows left! Check out who will be there tonight!
Thursday, April 25:
Host: Larry Gatlin
Spotlight Artist: Mel Tillis
For a full Grand Ole Opry schedule, check our website. The Grand Ole Opry doesn’t confirm performers until the week of the show and they begin announcing performers for future shows about a month before each show. http://www.vacationsmadeeasy.com/NashvilleTN/activity/GrandOleOpryTicket.cfm
If you can’t make it to Nashville to hear the show, just tune your radio dial to 650 AM WSM to hear full broadcasts of every show.