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About the Grand Ole Opry

On November 28, 1925, weeks after the National Life and Accident Insurance Company launched its radio network, the “WSM Barn Dance” program made its debut, broadcasting from a downtown office in Nashville, Tennessee. The call letters “WSM'' stood for “We Shield Millions,” but the station’s founder wasn’t just selling insurance coverage—he wanted to offer listeners a mix of country, bluegrass, gospel, R&B, and folk music. His experiment quickly caught the attention of local listeners. 

On one particularly fateful day in 1927, when announcer George D. Hay was introducing the transition from Walter Damrosch's Music Appreciation Hour to the Barn Dance, he uttered words that would shape the show’s destiny. "For the past hour we have been listening to the music taken largely from the Grand Opera, but from now on we will present the Grand Ole Opry.” The name stuck, and the production has become the longest-running radio broadcast in the United States.

Crowds flocked to the building on performance days, so the station built an auditorium capable of hosting up to 500 guests. By 1934, the Opry had outgrown it and moved to a theater, then a tabernacle, and finally the War Memorial, before finding its home at Music City’s renowned Ryman Auditorium in 1943. Tickets to see the Opry live in its early days cost 25¢, and the venue frequently sold out. Music lovers knew they could see the likes of Earl Scruggs, Hank Williams, Johnny Cash, and Elvis Presley.

In 1972, construction began on a dedicated home for future performances and broadcasts. The Grand Ole Opry House at Opryland opened on March 16, 1974, complete with a perfect six-foot circle at center stage, cut from the floor at the Ryman where so many members had gotten their starts. Roy Acuff was the first performer, with President Richard Nixon and the First Lady in attendance. The new accommodations afforded opportunities to attract top talent, and television coverage began in 1985.

Today, the Opry is widely considered one of the most esteemed establishments in American entertainment. Its role in promoting up-and-coming acts is widely recognized, and with multiple broadcasts per week, there are ample opportunities for artists to catch their big break. The venue also provides a rich experience for visitors, and over 4,000 spectators come to see the latest country stars, hoping to witness the makings of legends.

Fun Facts About Opry Performers

Grand Ole Opry events have been thrilling audiences for a century! Since fiddle player Uncle Jimmy Thompson became the first official member in 1925, well over 200 acts have been inducted, and tens of thousands of artists have taken the stage. Each show can feature up to ten entertainers, including sets from at least three members. These ten tidbits about Opry performers shed even more light on the history of this celebrated institution: 

  • Bill Anderson is the longest-serving active member. He made his debut on April 4, 1959, and was inducted on July 15, 1961. His membership has never lapsed.

  • Jeannie Seely has appeared on the Opry stage more than anyone in history. She has logged more than 5,300 shows since her addition in 1967.

  • Alison Krauss gave her first Grand Ole Opry performance at 17. When she was inducted at 21, she was the first bluegrass artist admitted in over 29 years.

  • Ryan Holladay was the youngest performer to take the stage. He was five when he made his Opry debut! Now, he’s a member of Nashville country trio Levon.

  • The Oak Ridge Boys were inducted in 1945 as the Wally Fowler and The Oak Ridge Quintet. In 2011, their new lineup was inducted as The Oak Ridge Boys.

  • Dierks Bentley was banned from the Grand Ole Opry House when he was a researcher for The Nashville Network and was caught backstage. The ban was lifted for his induction in 2005.

  • Several active Opry members are in the Country Music Hall of Fame, including Garth Brooks, Vince Gill, Emmylou Harris, Reba McEntire, and Dolly Parton.

  • Keith Urban, who was born in Whangārei, New Zealand, and still owns a home in Sydney, is the only official cast member born outside the United States.

  • In February 2023, Henry Cho became the first comedian invited to become a member since 1973. He helped induct his fellow funnyman Gary Mule Deer in March 2023.

Memorable Grand Ole Opry Invitations

Grand Ole Opry membership is a major milestone for a performer whose contributions to entertainment have been recognized by one of country music’s most revered stages. It’s a rite of passage, and in recent years, existing members have come up with some clever ways to extend the honor to fellow artists. These have been some of the most silly, stunning, and sensational Opry invitations: 

  • In June 2002, Little Jimmy Dickens brought a stepladder onto the stage in the middle of Trace Adkins’ set so he could extend the honor to the 6’ 6” country crooner.

  • During a September 2010 performance together, Trace Adkins pulled out his phone to show Blake Shelton a tweet. It was his invitation to become an Opry member.

  • Reba McEntire caused a stir when she interrupted Little Big Town’s Opry performance in October 2014, but she had a good reason! She just wanted to ask them to join.

  • Crystal Gayle made her Opry debut in 1967, filling in for her sister, Loretta Lynn, who had fallen ill. In November 2016, she was finally invited into the fold by Carrie Underwood.

  • Luke Combs couldn’t hold back the tears in June 2019 when John Conlee, Craig Morgan, and Chris Janson extended the invitation to become a Grand Ole Opry member.

  • Lady A was invited and inducted by Darius Rucker on the same night, during the January 2021 NBC television special Grand Ole Opry: 95 Years of Country Music.

  • In June 2021, former Dollywood employee Carly Pearce was asked to film an ad for the Tennessee attraction. It was a setup! She was Parton’s first Opry invitee.

  • Vince Gill made Opry history in June 2022 when he invited Charlie McCoy, then returned to the stage during the same show to make the same offer to Don Schlitz. 

  • During Jon Pardi’s April 2023 Stagecoach Festival appearance, Alan Jackson appeared on the big screen to ask Pardi to be the first California native in the Opry family.

  • In December 2023, Garth Brooks visited Scotty McCreery on stage to deliver a very special Christmas present—an invitation to be the newest member of the Opry cast.

Opry Moments That Made Headlines

With Grand Ole Opry tickets, you never know what you might witness! The only guarantee is that, when you see a performer step onto the old Ryman circle at center stage, you are seeing the realization of a dream, whether it’s their first time or fiftieth show. Stars are born here, stories are written, and legends are made. These have been among the Opry’s most iconic events since the turn of the millennium: 

  • September 28, 2010: The Grand Ole Opry House reopened its doors, following extensive work to repair damage from floods the previous spring. The stage had to be replaced, but the beloved circle was saved, and the Charlie Daniels Band, Trace Adkins, Dierks Bentley, Martina McBride, Del McCoury, Montgomery Gentry, Brad Paisley, and Keith Urban made good use of it!

  • May 2, 2013: When George Jones passed away, a memorial was held at the Opry House, allowing thousands to attend. Tanya Tucker, Randy Travis, the Oak Ridge Boys, Charlie Daniels, Wynonna Judd, Travis Tritt, Kid Rock, Vince Gill, Patty Loveless, Brad Paisley, and Ronnie Milsap offered tributes before Alan Jackson ended the service with “He Stopped Loving Her Today.”

  • January 8, 2015: Friends of the Opry paid their respects to Little Jimmy Dickens, who passed away as the cast’s longest-active member. Steve Wariner, Chris Young, Carrie Underwood, Vince Gill, and Old Crow Medicine Show were among the performers. Brad Paisley closed with these words: “At 94, your journey has ended, but we'll take it from here, little buddy.”

  • August 25, 2018: Garth Brooks first appeared at the Opry in 1989 and was inducted in 1990. He is married to member Trisha Yearwood and has inducted Clint Black, Alison Krauss, Carrie Underwood, Chris Janson, Bobby Bare, and Jon Pardi. With all he has done for the institution, he earned the honor of giving the audience its first encore after back-to-back sold-out shows.

  • May 4, 2019: The Opry family helped Randy Travis celebrate his 60th birthday, six years after a stroke impacted his motor functions and threatened his life. Don Schlitz, Josh Turner, Charles Esten, Ricky Skaggs, and others serenaded the singer with “Forever and Ever, Amen,” but it was Travis himself who delivered the final “Amen,” marking a significant milestone in his recovery.

  • March 21, 2020: The COVID-19 pandemic rocked the world, and lockdowns shuttered entertainment venues. At the start of the first Saturday show under the new safety regulations, Vince Gill, Marty Stuart, and Brad Paisley sat on stage, six feet apart. As they began to play, a wave of relief was felt. Even under these unprecedented circumstances, the Opry would go on.

  • July 7, 2022: Music has helped Jelly Roll to endure and overcome struggles, and after his release from jail, he made his way to the Opry, where Craig Morgan inspired him. He wanted to create music that made people feel the same way. So when Morgan invited him on stage to perform “Almost Home,” the emotional duet became one of the venue’s greatest moments.

Frequently Asked Questions

How long do Grand Ole Opry shows last?

Each Grand Ole Opry show typically lasts about two hours, and you can expect a 15-minute intermission at the halfway point. Explore available seats and secure your tickets at GoTickets.com.

How many seats are in the Grand Ole Opry House?

The Opry House can accommodate over 4,000 spectators. There are 2,300 seats in 21 sections on the upper level and about 2,000 seats in 15 sections on the lower level. Accessible seating is available on both tiers.

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Unless otherwise noted, Grand Ole Opry events are open to all ages. Children under four get free admission to the Opry House but must be seated with a parent or guardian during the show. 

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While personal digital, disposable, or 35mm cameras are often allowed in the Opry House, audio and video recording devices, tripods, and tablets are not. Photography is strictly prohibited at some shows. 

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Guests are not allowed to bring outside food and drinks into the Grand Ole Opry House. If you feel you need an exception made for medical reasons, seek assistance from the staff before the day of your event.

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