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Grand Ole Opry: 2024 Schedule And Tickets

December 19, 2023 6:43 pm GMT
Last Edited February 27, 2024 9:11 pm GMT

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Genre: Country, Bluegrass, Gospel

Location: 2804 Opryland Dr, Nashville, TN 37214, USA

Founded: November 28th, 1925

Founder: George D. Hay

Shop Opening hours: Non-Show Days - 10AM - 5PM | Show Days - 10AM - 9:30PM

Announcers: Bill Cody, Mike Terry, Kelly Sutton

Home station: WSM

Members: Complete List

Phone number: +1 615-871-6779

The Grand Ole Opry celebrated its 98th birthday in 2023 and enjoyed a never ending stream of debuts, inductions, specialty shows, enduring nightly broadcasts and broke in a brand new, upgraded stage and production to boot!

Throughout the year, several of our newest and most promising country artists walked into the beloved Circle for the very first time, including Megan Moroney, Chase Matthew, Tigirlily Gold, Tyler Booth, Jake Worthington, Jenna Paulette and others.

As has become tradition at the hallowed venue, more and more voices from the subgenres and outskirts of country also made their way onto the Opry stage for the first time, from Charles Wesley Godwin, Brit Taylor, Stephen Wilson Jr., Gabe Lee and Nat Myers, to Jake Kohn, Drayton Farley, Nolan Taylor, Oliver Anthony and more.

Beyond all of the new faces that took to the Opry in 2023, several seasoned entertainers also earned one of the highest honors in country music: an induction into the famed Opry family.

From two of our favorite Opry regulars, comedians Henry Cho and Gary Mule Deer, to tenured acts like Sara Evans and Jon Pardi, the Opry extended an invitation to several artists this year. Before the year was over, Garth Brooks was also on hand to invite American Idol alum, Scotty McCreery, to add his name to the list, too.

Here, we'll have all the up-to-date announcements, the latest ticket details and any further exciting info for the Grand Ole Opry in 2024.

As we look ahead to what 2024 has in store, there's quite a tall order to outdo the Opry's 98th year, but it's already looking to be off to a good start.

On January 20, young Tulsa titan Wyatt Flores made his coveted Opry debut, also sharing a then-unreleased track called 'Milwaukee' during his performance.

Rising Texas band, Treaty Oak Revival, made their debut on February 6, as well as Latin artist Carin León and southern pop artist Camille Parker, who also stepped into the Circle in February.

Red dirt outfit Shane Smith & The Saints will mark their first performance on March 26.

On the membership front, Grammy-nominated artist T. Graham Brown become the newest invitee in the Opry's ranks in February as country legend Vince Gill welcomed him into the fold. His induction date will be announced in the coming weeks.

See below for the full broadcasting schedule for each month at the Grand Ole Opry in 2024:














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Written by Lydia Farthing
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