Thursday, August 26, 2010

Grand Ole Opry Line-Up 8/27 & 8/28

The Grand Ole Opry has posted the line-ups for this weekend, and if you have a ticket for the Friday Night Opry, you are in for a great night. The line-up is really loaded with Carrie Underwood, Martina McBride and Dailey & Vincent among the performers. The Friday show will take place at the Ryman Auditorium.

The Saturday night Grand Ole Opry moves over to the War Memorial Auditorium for it's show and the line-up is highlighted by Ronnie Milsap. This will be his 2nd Opry appearance for the year, and he will be joined by Suzy Bogguss, Blaine Larsen and Johnny Counterfit. And after being absent for the past several weekends, Jimmy Dickens is scheduled for both nights.

Now for the line-ups:

Friday August 27
7:00: Diamond Rio(host); Jimmy C. Newman; Jean Shepard; Riders In The Sky
7:30: Jimmy Dickens(host); Connie Smith; Dailey & Vincent
8:15: Bill Anderson(host); Jesse McReynolds & The Virginia Boys; Martina McBride
8:45: Mike Snider(host); Jim Ed Brown; Carrie Underwood

Saturday August 28
7:00: Jimmy Dickens(host); Mike Snider; Blaine Larsen
7:30: Jeannie Seely(host); Johnny Counterfit; Jack Greene
8:15: Riders In The Sky(host); George Hamilton IV; Suzy Bogguss; Opry Square Dancers
8:45: Ronnie Milsap(host); Jan Howard; Jim Ed Brown; Bobby Osborne & The Rocky Top X-Press

The line-up has also been announced for the Tuesday Night Opry on August 31. This show will be at the Ryman Auditorium.

7:00: Jim Ed Brown; Carolina Chocolate Drops
7:30: Jimmy C. Newman; Chris Young
8:15: Bill Anderson; Little Big Town
8:45: Jimmy Dickens; Montgomery Gentry


  1. I’m so elated that Carrie Underwood is doing a tour right now because we simply can’t wait to go. She’ll be going all over the map in the summer and fall: from the southeast to the northwest in a matter of months.

  2. I have seen Carrie several times at the Opry and she always does a great job. I also give her credit for not only being an Opry member, but for actually showing up on a semi-regular basis and playing the Opry. That is much more than many of the younger members are doing.