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Grand Ole Opry To Welcome Back In-Person Audience For 95th Anniversary Show

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The Grand Ole Opry has announced plans to welcome back in-person audiences with its 95th anniversary show on October 3.

The hour-long show, featuring performances from Dierks Bentley, Terri Clark, Vince Gill and Lorrie Morgan, can also be streamed live on Circle All Access YouTube, Twitter and Facebook.

This will be the first time that the Opry is allowing entrance to the public since it closed its doors in March over COVID-19 concerns.

Entry is limited to 500 guests, made up of fans who had previously held tickets for each night's show.

"With gratitude to the artists who have visited the Opry since March, staff members and partners who have ensured the Opry went on every Saturday, and a worldwide audience for tuning in over the past six months, we are so excited as we plan to welcome fans back to the Opry House," said Dan Rogers, Opry vice president and executive producer.

The Grand Ole Opry said the show will be conducted strictly conforming to socially distancing protocols, making it mandatory for all guests to wear masks.

The October 3 show kicks off the Grand Ole Opry's month-long anniversary celebration.

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