Sunday Mornin’ Country Announces Date for Upcoming 2024 Show on the Grand Ole Opry House Stage

Sunday Mornin’ Country returns in 2024 with another exciting lineup of the best Country and Gospel artists singing songs of inspiration in a wholesome, family-friendly atmosphere. This year’s event will take place on June 9, 2024 on the Grand Ole Opry House stage. Tickets available February 2, 2024 at Grand Ole

“I always get excited about Sunday Mornin’ Country. This is going to be a year you won’t want to miss. There will be a lot of surprises and a lot of fun! I’m going to be there and hope you are too,” exclaimed  Multi-Hall of Fame Member Brenda Lee 

“It has been an honor to be a part of Sunday MorningCountry over the past few years, and I’m looking forward to being back again this year, sharing the stage with some very talented friends. It’s a blessing and the perfect way to close out a busy week of CMA Fest,” shared Grammy Award® winning artist John Berry.

A stellar lineup of top Country and Gospel artists bringing inspirational tunes to a heartwarming, family-centric setting to be announced soon.

Past performers have included the talents of Jeannie Seely, John Berry, Skeeter Davis, Roy Acuff, Lynn Anderson, Jason Crabb, Chris Young, Jimmie Wayne, The Oak Ridge Boys, Roy Clark, Freddy Hart, Grandpa Jones, Charlie McCoy, Vestal Goodman, Paul Richey, Marty Raybon, Ricky Skaggs, Connie Smith, Rhonda Vincent, The Whites, Tammy Wynette, Brenda Lee, Linda Davis, Jean Shepard and many others.

Sponsored by the Nashville-based nonprofit Music City Christian Fellowship, the concert wraps up the week at the conclusion of CMA Music Fest each year, leaving fans and guests with an uplifting memory of Nashville. Sunday Mornin’ Country is the longest-running Country/Gospel event during the music festival.

Keep current with Sunday Mornin’ Country on the Music City Christian Fellowship website and stay in touch on their social media platform Facebook.

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