Grand Ole Opry in Nashville Details
How much does it cost to see Grand Ole Opry in Nashville?
Watching Grand Ole Opry perform live in Nashville might set you back about $122. But, that's just an average. Your best bet for actually seeing up-to-date prices is to visit one of the Grand Ole Opry event pages at the top of this page. We also have a few pointers for tracking down a cheap Grand Ole Opry ticket:
- Avoid weekend shows if you can
- You might be able to find a cheaper Grand Ole Opry ticket in a city just outside Nashville
- Grand Ole Opry tickets are constantly being added and re-priced so check back regularly to try finding a deal before it's too late
Grand Ole Opry at Bridgestone Arena
If Grand Ole Opry is coming through Nashville, there's a good chance there will be a stop at Bridgestone Arena. It's the #1 concert venue in Nashville based on SeatGeek's ticket data. The most likely alternatives are either Ryman Auditorium or Nissan Stadium. Bridgestone Arena seats up to 19712 concertgoers, so it'll probably be very lively if Grand Ole Opry is making a stop there. Check out the pages for the above venues to see what other events are scheduled in Nashville: Bridgestone Arena, Ryman Auditorium or Nissan Stadium.
Previous Grand Ole Opry shows in Nashville
Grand Ole Opry fans living in Nashville might have already caught them in concert. The first time SeatGeek had tickets to see Grand Ole Opry perform in Nashville was for a show on 11/26/11 that took place at Ryman Auditorium.
Nashville has a strong live music scene, according to SeatGeek's data, the most popular acts in Nashville have been Grand Ole Opry, Ed Sheeran and Taylor Swift. If you'd like to see other concerts in Nashville, you can check out our Nashville concerts page.