“This is a dream come true!” he said. “I have wanted to perform on the Opry stage since I was a kid. I cannot wait until Saturday.”
Earlier in the week, Tate will also make his CMA Music Festival debut when he performs on the Chevrolet Riverfront Stage on Friday, June 7. From there, he will head over to the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum to perform on the plaza and meet with fans afterwards.
On June 8 (before his Opry debut), Tate will perform at the NRA Country Fan Club Breakfast at Margaritaville on Broadway. Later in the day, he will perform in the HGTV Lodge in Fan Alley. He will also appear in several booths at Fan Fair X in Music City Center to meet fans and sign autographs.
Tate recently released his self-titled debut album. The project features his first single, “Power of a Love Song.”