2013 Concert Series
May 25th - "IBMA Entertainers of the Year" The Gibson Brothers featuring Kentucky Opry's won Clayton Campbell- Adult $18, Senior $17, Student $10, Child $7.50.
June 15 - Exile & Bellamy Bros Buy Tickets Now at the Carson Center
Presented by :The Kentucky Opry and WiLLiE 102.7
Exile recorded an astounding streak of chart-topping country hits. 1984 "Woke Up in Love," "I Don't Wanna Be a Memory," and "Give Me One More Chance"; 1985 duplicated that success with "Crazy for Your Love," "Hang on to Your Heart," and "She's a Miracle," 1986's "I Could Get Used to You" and "It'll Be Me," 1987's "She's Too Good to Be True," and 1988's "I Can't Get Close Enough." Exile wrote #1 hits for others: Janie Fricke ("It Ain't Easy Being Easy") and Alabama ("The Closer You Get," "Take Me Down")
Bellamy Brothers "Let Your Love Flow" was a hit on the Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart, the Bellamys' country music success was limited until 1979, when "If I Said You Had a Beautiful Body Would You Hold It Against Me" was released. After the success of "If I Said You Had A Beautiful Body," the brothers continued with a run of country hits, including tunes such as the fun-loving "Redneck Girl"; serious ballads like "Santa Fe" and the insightful social commentary pieces, "Old Hippie" and "Kids of the Baby Boom." Billboard named the Bellamy Brothers as Top Country Duo and they eventually went on to set the record for most duo nominations from both Academy of Country Music and Country Music Association.
Sept 28,2013 - Gene Watson returns to Kentucky Opry along with the Kentucky opry Show. VIP Seating Adult $42,Senior $41, Student $20,Child $10. Gold Seating $Adult $36 Senior $35,Regular Seating Adult $32 Senior $31.
Oct 12,2013- The Vandell's - They have been entertaining audiences of all ages with their unique blend of comedy, costume changes, choreography and tight harmonies
for close to 4 decades. Kentucky Opry's own Cody Campbell is the keyboard player for this group! Tickets $32- $29-$25
Last Laugh Fridays for the whole family. Our Comedy shows are on the last Friday of the month January thru May, Sept thru November. Come laugh with us. Featuring Nationally Known, family friendly Comedians.
Tickets Adult $12, Student $8, Child $5.
FEATURED EVENTS EACH YEAR!
Several times a year the Kentucky Opry hosts a night of 50's & 60's rock and roll music. Come out and hear the sounds of "Slick Tire and the White Side-Walls Olde Tyme Rock-n-Roll Show" performing wonderful, all-time classics like "Rock Around the Clock,""Wake up Little Susie," "Johnny B Goode" "Rock and Roll is here to stay, "Whole Lotta' Shakin' Goin' On " and many more.
You will see dancing girls in poodle skirts, tough guys in jeans and white bobby socks, and if you look carefully, you might see Elvis in the building! It is a great night of entertainment for those who remember days of yesteryear and even those who just want a glimpse of the past!
This show includes a variety of entertainment from Clay and the Kentucky Opry band members.
See Show Schedule for dates.
Everyone who comes to the 50's and 60's Olde Tyme Rock and Roll Show leaves with a big smile on their face! It is a great time for one and all, so don't miss it!
"Slick Tire" is always at the Opry on New Years Eve.
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The Grand Ole Opry Stars stars of yesteryear still shine brightly at the Kentucky Opry's"Classic Country Night," featuring stellar performances by Willie Makit, Bettie Don't and the all star country & western band. Clay Campbell and The kentucky Opry pull out all the stops to entertain the folks during this two-hour show.
Audiences already familiar with the Opry's Classic Country sounds will now be able to see their local favorites in dazzling costumes and makeup. This show will definitely carry spectators back in time and have them thinking they're watching and listening to the stars themselves.
A carefully selected list of No. 1 hits from the 1948 to 1965 will certainly bring back memories for all to enjoy.
Some of the highlights of the evening will include performances of Jeannie Pruitt's "Satin Sheets," Kitty Wells' and Red Foley's "Makin' Believe," Jim Reeves' "He'll Have To Go," Patsy Montana's "Cowboy Sweetheart," Marty Robbins' "Singing The Blues," Merle Haggard's "Okie From Muskogee," Webb Pierce's "More and More," Ernest Tubb's "Walking The Floor Over You," "Little" Jimmy Dickens' "Old Cold Tater," "Jumping" Bill Carlisle's "Too Old To Cut The Mustard," Jimmy Rodgers' "Blue Yodel No. 8," The Carter Family's " In The Highways" and The Everly Brothers' "Bye, Bye Love."