Opry To Get A Little Sand In Its Circle With Throwdown Series

The Grand Ole Opry is going on Spring Break as it takes its “Circle Throwdown” series to Fort Lauderdale Beach Park in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, April 7-9 in conjunction with the Tortuga Music Festival. Festival ticketholders will be treated to pop-up performances from top artists behind the Opry’s signature mic stand and a replica of the famed wooden circle from the Opry House that will be “thrown down” for the impromptu concerts.

Fans from around the world can watch the Circle Throwdowns live through the Grand Ole Opry and Tortuga Festival Facebook pages.

“Surprise performances have always been in the mix at Tortuga, and year five of the festival felt like the right time to take it to the next level and partner with an iconic brand, the Grand Ole Opry,” said Evan Harrison, CEO for HUKA Entertainment. “Our fans will love a little taste of the Opry on the beach!”


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