Kelsea Ballerini Goes Back Home for “High School” Concert

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Kelsea Ballerini is going back to her hometown of Knoxville, Tennessee for a concert at her old High School—Central High— to promote her upcoming album, Unapologetically.

The new album will feature Ballerini’s current single “Legends” and the nostalgic “High School” and is scheduled to be released on Nov. 3.

Ballerini teamed up with The Tennessee Department of Tourist Development for the high school show, as a part of Tennessee Tourism’s Snapchat Concert Series.

“How cool to be able to come home to Knoxville and celebrate this next big moment in my life with you! Central High is such a special place for me. I was in the glee club and got to perform in musicals on the same stage where I sang a song I wrote for the very first time,” Ballerini told PEOPLE.

The “Dibs” singer took to Twitter to share her excitement. First she teased fans about the upcoming announcement saying, “announcing something today that will be the highlight of my year. SO unbelievably excited. stay tune :),” she posted.

After the cat was out of the bag, Ballerini tweeted, “already crying. Knoxville, im coming home.”

Fans can get the chance to win free tickets to the Oct. 28 concert by following Tennessee Vacation’s snapchat and get new details from Ballerini herself.

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