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Little Nashville Opry Ticketholders To Receive Refunds

The attorney general is ordering Little Nashville Enterprises to refund ticketholders after the music center caught fire in 2009.

Nashville Little Opry

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The Little Nashville Opry burned in September 2009.

The wait is just about over for Little Nashville Opry ticketholders who want their money back. Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller says the theater and the state have reached an agreement and 159 ticketholders will receive a refund for the shows they missed when the music center caught fire in September 2009. The agreement requires Little Nashville Enterprises to immediately pay $10,000 toward the $26,500 the company owes ticketholders. The remaining balance must be repaid within a year, or fines will be added. Some ticketholders are waiting for a check for $48, but others spent up to $2,066 dollars for seats inside the 2,000 seat auditorium. The shows were canceled when the Little Nashville Opry was set on fire. No one has been arrested in connection to the fire.

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