Carrie Underwood Blown Away by Hall of Fame Exhibit
Carrie Underwood capped off an exciting day Tuesday, June 4, with the opening of her new exhibit Carrie Underwood: The Blown Away Tour at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum in Nashville. Earlier in the day, Carrie hosted her annual fan club party, which is always a part of her CMA Music Festival week.
The Hall of Fame exhibit features items and artifacts from Carrie’s recent Blown Away Tour, which played to sold-out audiences nationwide.
Among the items on display are gowns and other stage wear created by award-winning costume designer Marina Toybina, band members' instruments and stage clothes plus gifts and signs presented to Carrie by her fans during the tour.
Before the official ceremony, Carrie met with reporters to talk about the exhibit.
“This is such an amazing place,” Carrie began. “If you just walk up and down the hallways, there are just the most amazing pictures and artifacts from people that are way more important than I’ll ever be. Just to have this is really an honor,” she added. “I was very happy that they wanted to do this.”
Carrie kicked off the ceremony by thanking the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum for the exhibit. She then mingled with guests and took pictures and signed autographs.
Carrie Underwood: The Blown Away Tour exhibit opens to the public Wednesday, June 5, and runs through Nov. 10. For more information on the exhibit and the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, visit countrymusichalloffame.org.