WBKR Celebrates “Fall In The Country” At OPRY!
Can you believe this? The Grand Ole Opry turns 86-years-old this month! And the folks there are gearing up for a huge Birthday Bash this weekend. In fact, Friday night’s show features Jason Michael Carroll, Crystal Bowersox, Charley Pride and more! And Saturday’s show features Rascal Flatts, Ronnie Dunn, Craig Morgan and whole hand-full of Opry legends. The 86th Birthday Bash is just one of the many ways The Grand Ole Opry is celebrating “Fall in the Country!” Read on and I will tell you how YOU can be a part of it!
Whitney the Intern and I are headed to Nashville on Tuesday to broadcast backstage. And, it just so happens that we’ll be there for a very special Opry celebration of another kind. Randy Travis is celebrating his 25th year as a member of the Opry and Carrie Underwood, Josh Turner, Craig Morgan, John Anderson and others will be there celebrating with him. Be sure to tune into WBKR Tuesday afternoon from 3pm to 6pm and we’ll will have your chance to win a “Fall in the Country” getaway . . . complete with 2 tx to the Opry, a backstage tour and dinner for two at the delicious Opry Backstage Grill. And, you just never know who will stop the mic to chat with us!
Have you seen the line-up for the Tuesday night Opry performance on October 11th? It is outrageous! Look at this line-up: Dierks Bentley, Sara Evans, Eric Church, Montgomery Gentry, Lee Ann Rimes, Trace Adkins, Chris Young and Scotty McCreery! Holy cow! That’s a lot of star power packed into an amazing 2-hour show!
And mark your calendars for another very special “Fall in the Country” event. On Saturday, October 22nd, the Opry Goes Pink to raise awareness about the fight against breast cancer. A star-studded line-up will be on hand for this special night of remembrance and tribute. You’ll see Martina McBride, Kellie Pickler, Eden’s Edge, Lauren Alaina, Ronnie Milsap and more!
For tickets to The Grand Ole Opry, visit the website Opry.com or call 1-800-SEE-OPRY. And, be sure to listen to The Country Staton, 92.5 WBKR for weekly chances to win tickets to the “show that made country music famous!”