Loretta Lynn is heading back to the stage that started it all.
The First Lady of country music will be returning to the Grand Ole Opry stage, and has Nashville buzzing with excitement. Lynn was made a member of the Opry on September 25, 1962 and has performed countless hits on the legendary stage, including, "Coal Miner's Daughter", "I'm A Honky Tonk Girl", and "Fist City" - just to name a few.
The Opry couldn't be more excited about the news, and they have taken to social media to spread the word.
See the Opry's tweet below.
Prior to tweeting the announcement, social media experts over at the Opry played a fun game with followers. Guess the artist!
Great idea, right? No doubt all of Nashville will want to be there for the incredible experience. Lynn will also be accompanied by many other talented artist, including, Cole Swindell, Larry Gatlin & The Gatlin Brothers, Ashley Campbell, Parker Millsap, and more!
Be sure to purchase tickets soon! Seating is limited and will surely sell out quick!
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