Grand Ole Opry Tours Get Updated With New Immersive Film

Tours at the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville have gotten an update thanks to a new immersive film. The AP reports that iconic venue has introduced a new 14-minute film that is hosted by Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood and is projected onto three screens inside the new Circle Room, which is the first stop for fans on the Opry’s daily tours. The visual features clips of more than 100 different artists on the Opry stage, including Loretta Lynn, Johnny Cash and Reba McEntire. “It is so alive. It is so realistic,” country singer Jeannie Seeley says of the new film. “I think the pacing they did creates that excitement.” The film is projected onto thousands of reflective threads that make up the screens, and the movement of the threads, as well as the curve of the screen creates a sense of dimension. 

Grand Ole Opry tours get updated with new immersive film

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