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Music City
OPRY TEAMS UP WITH TWITCH
11/17/21

Opry Entertainment Group and Twitch have partnered to offer a free livestream experience for its first-ever Opry NextStage Live in Concert event.

The collaborative event—hosted by 2019 Opry NextStage artist Tenille Townes—will put on a Grand Ole Opry-style, fan-interactive show that includes live performances, exclusive backstage interviews hosted by Travis Denning and more.

Held at Nashville’s Grand Ole Opry House on 11/21, the event features a lineup that will celebrate the 2021 Opry NextStage artists, including Priscilla Block, Parker McCollum, Niko Moon, Jameson Rodgers, Hailey Whitters and Lainey Wilson, as well as special performances by Townes and Denning. 

“For nearly a century, the Opry has built a rich history of connecting fans to the artists they love,” said Jordan Pettit, Opry Entertainment Director of Artist Relations & Programming Strategy. “We are thrilled to partner with Twitch to create this special opportunity to share these rising stars with a broader audience for a one-of-a-kind interactive experience.”

Opry NextStage launched in 2019 with Riley Green and Tegan Marie as part of its inaugural class in addition to Denning and Townes. The 2021 NextStage class also features Grammy-nominated Yola, who was the featured artist in October. 

The Opry NextStage Live in Concert will be available to stream on the Opry’s Twitch channel at 8pm CST with pre-show backstage interviews and artist Q&As beginning at 7pm CST. For in-person tickets, click here.