Photo credit: Brandon Wood of IndieBling
The Oak Ridge Boys will be headlining the Grand Ole Prix show on Sunday night following the Big Machine Music City Grand Prix race. Members of the Country Music Hall of Fame, the Oaks will be celebrating their 10th Anniversary as Opry members next weekend.
“We are honored and, to be quite honest, very excited about performing in Nashville after the Grand Prix. Thank you Grand Ole Opry for inviting us to take part in this historical event. Let’s go racing Nashville!” ~ Joe Bonsall, The Oak Ridge Boys
The Grand Ole Opry has rarely taken its iconic show outside its home venue and is so proud to include The Oak Ridge Boys on the bill of this special event. Others scheduled to perform include Danielle Bradbery, Callista Clark, Riley Green and Justin Moore.
The Opry show at the Big Machine Music City Grand Prix will wrap up the three-day festival, where attendees will get a chance to experience the true heart of Nashville, as the Opry has been the home for country music for 95 years.
Sunday night’s show will begin at 7:00 PM and will take place on the Main Stage, adjacent to the Fan Zone and sponsor display area near the pedestrian bridge. All concerts are included with individual tickets and three-day passes. For more information on the Big Machine Music City Grand Prix, please visit musiccitygp.com or follow them on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter at @musiccitygp. Limited single-day grandstand tickets, general admission tickets and festival add-ons are available at musiccitygp.com/tickets, Ticketmaster.com or by calling the Tennessee Titans‘ ticket office at 615-565-4650.
The Oak Ridge Boys also recently released the music video for their single “Love, Light and Healing” from their new album Front Porch Singin’. Premiered by CMT, this catchy tune spreads hope and happiness at a time it’s needed most. The uplifting lyrics come alive in the music video, which was directed by Brandon Wood of IndieBling.
Watch the music video for “Love, Light and Healing” HERE.
To keep up with everything on The Oak Ridge Boys, please visit their website at oakridgeboys.com where you’ll also find links to their social media sites.
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*Featured photo credit: Brandon Wood of IndieBling