NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) — Friday night performances will make a return to the Grand Ole Opry stage next month.
Additionally, the Opry will expand its Friday and Saturday night shows to two hours. The Saturday night shows will include a one-hour Circle at 8 p.m. Central.
The Grand Ole Opry has been working alongside the Metro Public Health Department to create a safety plan for an in-venue audience. This includes socially distanced seating, requiring masks for guests and staff and enhanced cleaning practices.
The historic stage reopened to an in-person audience of 500 people on October 3 to kick off its 95th-anniversary celebration.
Friday night shows will return on November 6. For more information on tickets, visit the Opry's website.
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