The Woodbine Opry

Friday Night Opry

Friday Night Opry

Saturday Night Opry

Saturday Night Opry

The Woodbine Opry is a family oriented musical event held every Friday and Saturday night in the auditorium of the Old Woodbine School.  This is a free event that features bluegrass and gospel music on Friday nights and old country music on Saturdays.  Each night’s program begins at 7:00PM and lasts until 10:00PM.  A cake raffle is held each evening with proceeds supporting the maintenance and upkeep to the old school through The Old School Renovation Committee.

The Friday night bluegrass/gospel program is open mic under the direction of Hoydt Drury.  For information on this program, contact Hoydt at 912-552-5113, or hhdrury@tds.net

The Saturday night old country program is a structured program under the direction of Bob Staats.  For information on the Saturday program contact Bob at 912-270-1858, or bob.staats@comcast.net

A snack room is available during The Woodbine Opry hours with coffee, sodas, tea, and various snacks.  Also on site is a gift shop and a thrift store.  All proceeds go to The Old School Renovation Committee.

This is a county owned facility and no alcohol is allowed on the premises.

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5 Responses to The Woodbine Opry

  1. Jana Wise says:

    I love all the people,and the dancing! The people and music make it worth while!!!!

  2. Elizabeth Purvis says:

    My husband and I vusit the Wiodbine Oprey every year during Labor Day weekend. It is always a highlight of our anuak trip to Saint Mary’s. Love it!

  3. Colleen loescher says:

    Great nite , great poeple very friendly , it was hard to find, asked 2 poeple , please put some directions on your webpage

  4. My husband & I started attending The Woodbine Opry last June of 2015 whenever we can make the trip of some 127 miles from Soperton, Ga. Yes, this is where I wanted to go for my birthday last June. We have been called up to sing upon every visit there. We attend on the Friday night program. You can get the feeling you are hearing the old time grand ole opry from Tenn. I have learned to love the musicians & singers there so very much. I feel right at home when I am there. Mr. Hoyt is such a good singer as is all of the others. Little Roy & Lizzy was featured last Friday night on Feb. 19th. It was a good time of good bluegrass. May God bless you all.

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