Grand Ole Opry Launches Initiative To Connect Artists And Fans Via Livestream

The Grand Ole Opry has developed a guide to help fans around the world discover upcoming livestream events as artists turn to livestreams to stay connected to during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Developed with industry partners, the Opry's guide to livestreams will be updated daily as new information becomes available.

Opry Entertainment Director of Artist Relations and Programming Strategy Jordan Pettit said, “With an abundance of livestreamed events happening daily, the Opry is excited to offer this resource to help fans continue to engage with their favorite artists and discover new music during this time where artists and fans are following recommendations to practice social distancing to reduce the spread of COVID-19.”

View the guide here: www.opry.com/livestreamguide.

Online submissions.to be considered for inclusion can be made at www.opry.com/livestreamsubmit

Joining in on the live stream events, the Grand Ole Opry will host its 4,916th consecutive Saturday night broadcast on March 21 with a live show broadcast on Circle television, which will also be live-streamed via Circle social media channels and radio. Opry members Vince Gill, Brad Paisley, and Marty Stuart are set to perform, while Bobby Bones hosts the Circle broadcast.