One of the first announced tours to play the reopened Grand Ole Opry House comes with a holiday twist.
Hit-making Christian duo for KING & COUNTRY brings its ‘A Drummer Boy Drive-In’ tour to the Nashville hall Sunday, Nov. 29. And no, despite the tour’s billing, this isn’t a drive-in concert. The Opry House marks the only indoor stop on a tour that otherwise plays to caudiences in cars in stadium parking lots and old-time outdoor cinemas.
Tickets to see the group in-person start at $89 before fees via opry.com; fans wanting to watch from home can purchase a livestream ticket for $20.
The tour kicks off Nov. 12 at Silver Lake Sports Complex in Norco, California, and continues throughout the South and Southwestern states this holiday season.
A four-time Grammy Award-winning duo, for KING & COUNTRY launch the tour in support of “A Drummer Boy Christmas,” the group’s first holiday album. The record features the band’s take on “Little Drummer Boy,” “Silent Night,” “Joy To The World” and more. It features two original songs, “The Carol Of Joseph (I Believe In You)” and “Heavenly Hosts.”
After being closed to audiences for more than six months due to COVID-19 precautions, the Opry House reopened doors to 500 ticket holders Oct. 3 for a 95th anniversary Grand Ole Opy celebration. Ticketed Opry events continue throughout the month.
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