Carly Pearce To Flip The Switch At Annual “Opry Goes Pink” Event
There’s nothing more special than seeing some of your favorite country singers come together to play not only good music but to support a good cause on one stage.
The Grand Ole Opry will celebrate its 15th anniversary of “Opry Goes Pink” on Tuesday, October 10th. Five dollars from every ticket sold that night will be donated to the Susan G. Komen Foundation to help continue the fight against breast cancer.
Country star and Opry member Carly Pearce has been invited to flip the switch and turn the stage pink in Nashville, Tennessee this year. The “Country Music Made Me Do It” singer was previously inducted into the Opry family in August of 2021.
Once Pearce flips the switch on the Grand Ole Opry’s signature barn door, she will be joined by special guests throughout the evening. Fellow Opry members Gary Mule Deer, The Isaacs, Riders In The Sky, as well as Priscilla Block, Kelly Lang, and Victoria Shaw are among the lineup.
There will be additional performers and guests to be announced in the coming days. If you’re in the Nashville area or looking to head into town, you’ll want to purchase your tickets soon.
Always a grand time, and for a great cause! Opry Goes Pink returns for its 15th anniversary next week! 💕— Grand Ole Opry (@opry) October 2, 2023
This year, on October 10th, Opry member @carlypearce will be doing the honors to turn the stage pink for the night! pic.twitter.com/m1bAqloEpX
The love and support for Breast Cancer Awareness Month across country music doesn’t stop there. If you’re looking for another chance to donate or help a great cause throughout October, check out The 10Penny Fund.
Country singer Mitchell Tenpenny is selling “Never Give Up” t-shirts, with all proceeds going directly to the 10Penny Fund. There are also hats and necklaces available for purchase on the site.
“The last few years we have raised a lot of money together and I hope to continue that this year with your help! Buy your shirt now and let’s make a difference together,” Tenpenny shared on Twitter.
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