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Grand Ole Opry Admission Ticket

  • Hear several bands perform live at Nashville’s premier country music venue
  • See the music hall where many country musicians launched successful careers
  • Get great photo ops on the way into the Opry building
Grand Ole Opry Admission Ticket
From US$50.00
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Admission Tier 2 SeatingMost Popular
Admission to the Grand Ole Opry with Tier 2 seating.
From US$55.00
Admission Tier 3 Seating
Admission to the Grand Ole Opry with Tier 3 seating. Please note that Tier 3 is located in the far sides of the balcony and mezzanine seating area and may have a limited view from this location.
From US$50.00
Experience the thrill of a live concert at Nashville’s premier country music stage, the world-renowned Grand Ole Opry. See new stars, superstars and the legends of country music all in one evening. Unlike a typical concert, the Grand Ole Opry presents eight or more artists at each show, giving the audience a variety of musical styles to enjoy at one event. Choose from a Tuesday, Friday or Saturday night performance.
What to Expect
Celebrate the show that made country music famous with a ticket to a performance at the Grand Ole Opry.
The Grand Ole Opry is a country music stage show in Nashville, founded in 1925 by George D. Hay as a barn dance on WSM, aka the Legend, a 50,000-watt AM radio station located in Nashville. Dedicated to honoring country music and its history, the Opry continues to feature a mix of legends and contemporary chart-toppers performing country, bluegrass, folk, gospel and comedy. It is considered an American icon, attracting hundreds of thousands of visitors from around the world — with millions of radio and Internet listeners tuning in to the broadcast.
The show that made country music famous is also country’s most famous stage.
Experience this unique and celebrated stage performance, featuring six to eight bands or artists from a wide spectrum of musicians. Some of the superstars that have performed here in the past include Patsy Cline, Vince Gill, Alison Krauss, Willie Nelson and Carrie Underwood, to name only a handful.
It’s a bucket-list item for not only fans of country music, but music lovers in general.
Reviews (204)
1 - 5 of 16 reviews
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
A good mixture

Great venue and great atmosphere. Very lucky to see Charlie Pride, unfortunately only two songs as he is now about Eighty. The show was a mixture of old and new solo's artist and groups. The only down side was the orator who came on every...More

4  Thank harry B
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The Grand Ole Opry was so fun, we enjoyed all the artists, and our tickets were ready at will call before the show. Our seats were on floor level in the raised area toward the back of the main level and were great.

1  Thank Renee H
Reviewed 27 September 2018 via mobile
A pleasant surprise

We loved this Went last night 26th Sept was pleasantly surprised by the venue. Had no idea how big it would be, or that it was a live radio show. The performers were all fantastic. We had goosebumps when Johnathon Jackson sang ‘Unchained Melody’. So...More

Thank Tanyrod
Reviewed 10 August 2018
the great Grand Ole Opry

we love the Opry we have been going there every year for 17 years now we can't get enough of it , every year it gets better , we try to get the front row seats they are very good about accommadating us there ....More

10  Thank Hazel P
Reviewed 9 July 2018
This is a must see visit to the Grand Ole Opry

The seats were good from all sides. The music was great. Before the main attraction, there were several new artists that were outstanding. I love the idea the Grand Ole Opry gives everyone a chance. There is a real down to earth family feeling when...More

2  Thank powersusa
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