Carrie Underwood will mark her first decade in country music with a string of performances during this year’s CMA Fest in Nashville, Tennessee.
The Country Music Association has announced that Carrie Underwood is the surprise artist that will round out the bill of performers for this year’s LP Field Nightly Concerts at Nashville’s CMA Fest. Her June 13 performance will be part of a week-long celebration for the artist that will mark the 10-year anniversary of her career in country music.
Before her LP Field performance, Underwood will play two sets at the Grand Ole Opry on June 9, where she will also hold her official fan club party immediately afterwards. The next day, she’ll take the stage at the 2015 CMT Music Awards, where she is nominated for five awards, to perform her current hit single, “Little Toy Guns.”
Tickets for her Opry performances are still available, and you can find out more about her CMA Fest appearances at the festival’s website. Underwood is currently supporting the release of her 25-track Greatest Hits: Decade #1 album, and will be performing at various festivals across the U.S. throughout the summer. You can find a full list of tour dates at her official website.