There’s never been a better time for your group to come to Nashville and the Grand Ole Opry! See the show featuring the legends, new stars and superstars of country music. And while you’re here, make sure to take a daytime tour or post-show backstage tour of the Grand Ole Opry House. For more information about the Grand Ole Opry and Opry Country Classics, click here. For information on various backstage tour options, click here.
SPECIAL PERFORMANCE OPTION
When you bring your performing groups to Music City, there’s no better place to have them perform than at the Opry Plaza! Student band, choral, and orchestra groups, adult performing groups, church choirs, and even dance troops are welcome to perform for crowds prior to seeing a Grand Ole Opry show. We’ll even recognize them on-site!
- Opry Plaza performance program available February through October - three performance times available prior to every show
- Maximum group size 125
- 20-minute performance time, must be scheduled in advance
- No dressing or warm-up facilities available
- No amplification or shelter provided
- Folding chairs (50 max) are available upon request at no additional cost
- Electricity available for additional fee
- Ticket purchase of the Grand Ole Opry performance required for performance space
- Performance area adjacent to Grand Ole Opry House in the Opry Plaza area
Performance options are also available at the General Jackson Showboat and Ryman Auditorium.
The Grand Ole Opry Entertainment Group is a proud member of ABA, NTA, OMCA, SYTA, FTA and many other state and regional professional Travel Industry associations.
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