Groups exploring the best of Music City won’t want to miss a visit to the most popular attraction in all of Tennessee, “The Home of Country Music” and “Country’s Most Famous Stage;” hundreds of thousands of fans annually make the trip to see the show live. “The Grand Ole Opry celebrates the diversity of all the musical styles under the country music umbrella. In addition, the Opry presents the many generations of artists who have formed country music’s rich legacy and continues to forge its future course,” says Opry General Manager, Pete Fisher. The show that made Country Music famous regularly features a fabulously dynamic line-up of superstars, rising stars and legends and showcases no less than eight artists per show, treating enthusiastic audiences to a vibrant sampling of each performer’s signature style; a variety of backstage tours get you a fabulously exclusive look at what makes the show tick. Years ago the Opry outgrew its home at the Ryman and moved to a brand new multi-million dollar venue a few miles outside Nashville; at the heart of its stage lies a six- foot inlaid circle of well-worn oak cut from the very center of the Ryman’s old stage – a hallowed portion of magic and memories lovingly carried into the Opry’s future, where new generations of Country Musicians, honored to be standing on the very spot that Johnny Cash, Hank Williams or Patsy Cline may have stood on so many years before, take the stage in that solid circle of welcome and give fans their all.