Performs Free Opry “Circle Throwdown” Set on

Downtown Nashville’s RYMAN PLAZA

THIS SATURDAY (8/15) at 3 pm CT


NASHVILLE, TN — RED BOW Records’ Chase Bryant is the latest Country star to perform an Opry “Circle Throwdown.” Bryant joins the ranks of Trace Adkins, Kristian Bush, Nashville actor Charles Esten and more in celebrating the Grand Ole Opry’s 90th Anniversary with both planned and impromptu performances for fans across the U.S. this year.

This Saturday (8/15), Bryant will perform acoustically on the Ryman Auditorium plaza in downtown Nashville at 3 pm CT, ahead of his opening slot as part of Tim McGraw’s Shotgun Rider Tour at Bridgestone Arena that night.

As part of the “Circle Throwdown,” a replica of the famed six-foot Opry Circle of wood cut from the Ryman stage and placed center stage at the Grand Ole Opry House will be placed on the Ryman Auditorium plaza. The Ryman Plaza is located at 4th Avenue South (between Broadway and Commerce St).

The performance is free and open to the public. For more information, visit:

Bryant’s latest hit – the critically lauded “Little Bit of You” – continues to ascend the Country single charts, landing in the Top 35 on the Country Aircheck chart (powered by Mediabase) this week, also earning a 16% increase in single sales. “Little Bit of You” is at digital retailers now:

Bryant is also featured on OPRY 9.0, Vol 1: Discoveries From the Circle. The compilation includes memorable live Opry performances from next generation artists Chase Bryant, JT Hodges and Drake White. OPRY 9.0, Vol 1: Discoveries From the Circle is available at the Opry’s four Nashville retail stores as well at