Opry adding Wednesday night shows to summer schedule - KPLC 7 News, Lake Charles, Louisiana

Opry adding Wednesday night shows to summer schedule

NASHVILLE, TN (WSMV) -

Country music fans are about to get another night to enjoy the Opry this summer.

The Grand Ole Opry is adding eight weeks of Wednesday night shows to its regular schedule starting June 19.

That means there will be Opry shows each Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday through August 7.

Some of the artists already lined up for those Wednesday shows include Alison Krauss, The Band Perry, Dustin Lynch and Kristen Kelly.

For a schedule of shows and to buy Opry tickets, visit: http://www.opry.com.

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