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Me and the wife decided to give the Opry a go as she is a lover of Country & Western and what a great night we had. After paying our fiver entry we joined the main hall where the band Kentucky Rain were entertaining and...More
As a line dancer for too many years to mention and having visited many country and western clubs I was really looking forward to visiting Glasgows Grand Ole Opre and boy was I let down and disappointed, with many hen parties, birthday parties and works...More
Attended the country n western club evening basically to listen to the band on that night, Texas Tornados who as usual were great on the night. What I must comment on is the venue a C&W club or a social club catering for birthday, hen...More
We attended a concert here on a Tuesday evening and thoroughly enjoyed ourselves. The entertainment was top notch including the terrific production. The program was broadcast live on the radio including all of the ads. Definitely a must do if you are in the Nashville...More
This place is one of the most bizarre but fun nights out in Glasgow. A normal club night includes a live country and western band, a shoot out, bingo and line dancing. Great fun for open minded people.
If you like country music and a " mix" of entertainment , it's a great Venue. If you are not a country music fan I think you would still enjoy the Night. Very Friendly Folk, great value bar and "chuck Wagon " all in a...More
Visiting the Grand Ole Opry is a must-see for any music or pop culture fan, and it is the experience of a lifetime. It's like stepping back in time and reminded me of evening at my grandparents house with the radio on. The music was...More
This is wonderful place, it's very clean, seats were comfortable for old church pews and concessions were decent as well. As for the show it's self it was amazing! However the big stars only sing one or two songs the rest of the evening is...More