Sopchoppy Opry

If you have never been to the Sopchoppy Opry, you have certainly missed one of the most entertaining live county music showcases in North Florida! A variety of musical acts peppered with witty jokes and amusing stories recreates the Grand Ole Opry experience to the delight of fans that travel near and far to attend this great country, bluegrass and gospel show. Since the show first debuted in July 2001 guest performers have joined the regular house band on stage the last Saturday of every month, except December. The Opry is held in the auditorium of the historic Sopchoppy High School, beautifully restored through revenues generated by ticket sales, raffles, concessions and sponsorships. Hundreds of volunteer hours have been generously donated by musicians, school alumni and friends to help in the continued restoration effort.

The Sopchoppy High School was the first high school in Wakulla County built in 1924. It was used continuously without interruption as a public school until 1996. Over the years, the school has been the single most important structure in community affairs, serving as the focal point of all public gatherings and civic events for the community and surrounding area. Now home to the Sopchoppy Opry, one of the longest and most successful regularly scheduled stage performances of live country music in North Florida, a visit is not to be missed. Demand for Sopchoppy Opry tickets has made it necessary to sell all seats in advance. 

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History & Culture
164 Yellow Jacket Ave
Sopchoppy, FL 32358
(850) 962-3711