The Opry Goes Pink this October, with a little help from Kelsea Ballerini and Trisha Yearwood

ABC/Paula Lobo/Randee St. NicholasKelsea Ballerini and Trisha Yearwood are teaming up to help the Grand Ole Opry fight breast cancer.  On October 24, the Opry Goes Pink for the ninth year in a row.

Kelsea will flip the ceremonial switch to turn the Opry’s iconic barn pink for the night, while Trisha will introduce this year’s Women Rock for the Cure honorary survivor. It’s a cause that’s very personal for Trisha, since she lost her own mother, Gwen, to cancer several years ago.

LANCOEaston Corbin, and Runaway June will also take the Opry stage that night, with five dollars from every ticket going to help Women Rock for the Cure in their efforts to fight breast cancer.

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