Come to NPT’s ‘Country Music’ Premiere Party Sept. 15 at the Opry House

Here at NPT we’ve been gearing up for Country Music, the Ken Burns documentary series coming to Nashville Public Television next month. It just gets better and better: Join NPT for a Country Music Premiere Party Sunday, Sept. 15, at the Grand Ole Opry House. Tickets are $75 and are available at

Each event ticket includes:

  • A general admission seat in the Grand Ole Opry House to view the two-hour first episode
  • Entry into the Opry’s newly installed immersive Circle Room theater experience
  • A 30-minute performance by Old Crow Medicine Show
  • An advance copy of Old Crow Medicine Show’s latest album, Live at the Ryman (for the first 500 people entering the Grand Ole Opry House that evening)
  • A one-year subscription to NPT Passport (a $60 value) so attendees can binge watch all episodes of Ken Burns’ Country Music beginning Sept. 15
  • Two drink tickets and pre-show hors d’oeuvres
  • Access to special giveaways at the event
  • $20 off any $100 instore purchase in the Opry Shop (including Country Music merchandise)

Country Music is an eight-part, 16-hour series covering the history of the genre from its earliest days to 1996. The series airs 7 p.m. Sunday through Wednesday, Sept. 15 through 25 ‒ immediately followed by an encore presentation each night ‒ and in two weekend marathons.

Proceeds from the Country Music Premiere Party support NPT’s cultural, educational and civic programming.

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