Opry, Southwest Bringing Pope, Farr, Love and Theft to NYC

Nashville New York backdrop111In celebration of the Grand Ole Opry’s Birthday and Country Music Month, the Opry and Southwest Airlines® are set to fly three Nashville newcomers to New York City for a series of free acoustic performances at the Southwest Porch at Bryant Park. To set the tone, the Opry’s signature microphone stand and a replica of the famed circle of wood from center stage at the Opry House will also be making the trip.

Tyler Farr will perform Sept. 30, followed by Love and Theft on Oct. 3 and Cassadee Pope on Oct. 7. On-air personalities from New York’s NASH FM 94.7 will host each event. Each performance is open to the public and admittance will be based on a first-come first-served basis.

“We’re looking forward to presenting to our friends and fans in New York some of the artists who’ve really excited our audiences during recent Opry performances,” said Pete Fisher, Opry VP and general manager. “It’ll be great to extend our birthday party and Country Music Month beyond Music City to New York City.”

Full schedule details, as well as a chance to win a VIP trip to Nashville including airfare on Southwest Airlines and admission to numerous Nashville attractions, can be found at opry.com/nyc.

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