According to the Opry’s website, Alaina will be part of lineup beginning at 7 p.m. CST that includes The Steeldrivers, Riders in the Sky, Edens Edge, Joe Diffie, and Old Crow Medicine Show, with tickets running from $25 to $57.
According to Alaina’s Twitter feed late Thursday night, she plans on rewarding one Twitter follower with two front-row tickets to tonight’s show.
“I’m playing the @Opry tomorrow & want one of YOU front & center,” the tweet read. “RT (re-tweet) #Opry for a chance to win 2 front row tix! Hope to see you there!”
On Saturday at 3:30 p.m. CST, Alaina will appear at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum at 222 Fifth Ave. in Nashville, where fans will have the opportunity meet and talk with the star as she signs copies of her debut album “Wildflower.”
The meet-and-greet will be open until 5 p.m. Tickets are $24 for adults and $17 for ages 6-17.
Alaina will wrap up her weekend in Nashville by taping an episode of a new interactive cooking series and webcast that will be shot at the historic Ryman Auditorium.
The series, “Sing For Your Supper with Bob Waggoner,” is a show that combines America’s love affair with food and music.
Each episode features a music star and their special guest, in addition to Chef Waggoner and a special “guest chef” that will be chosen from the studio audience of 60.
Chef Waggoner will teach the guest chef how to prepare a French-influenced Southern entrée while also discussing wine pairing, before the dish will be presented to the episode’s musical guest, who will then have to “sing for their supper.”
Earlier in the week, the former “American Idol” runner-up also took to Twitter to express how much fun she had in Savannah, Ga., visiting with Food Network star Paula Deen.
“Great time in Savannah with the lovely @Paula_Deen,” the tweet read. “Thank you for dinner & for teaching me a few of your best dishes!”
Deen and Alaina also both tweeted pictures of them together.
According to friends and family, Alaina is currently working on her second album.