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Grand Ole Opry050in Nashville, TN 37214
about Grand Ole Opry:
Annually, hundreds of thousands of Opry fans travel over oceans and from all 50 states to Nashville to see the weekend performances in person.
The Grand Ole Opry has shows every Friday at 8pm and two shows on Saturday night at 6:30pm and 9:30pm. Each show features 15 or more performers and lasts over hours.
All seats must be reserved, with ticket prices ranging from $32.50-$47.50. Children ages three and under are free if held on your lap. Tickets are available for pick-up at the Opry Plaza Ticket Center, located next to the Opryhouse.
Even if you can't make it to (or through two+ hours is a lot to ask from some kids) a show, pay a visit to the Opry Plaza. The story of how the Grand Ole Opry became a cornerstone of country music is told in this high-tech, state of the art museum that pays tribute to the world's longest running live radio show.
The story of the legendary Opry members, like Roy Acuff and Minnie Pearl, is told through a series of special electronic displays and interactive video devices that invite visitors to become involved in the exhibits.
The Opry stages its shows at the Opry House March through October and at the Ryman November through February.