See Carrie Underwood for Only $50—for the VIP Seats?

Carrie will sing in a Beantown club with the songwriters who wrote her biggest hits.

This is the kind of show you'd see in intimate clubs in Nashville—a superstar mixes with songwriters for a night of acoustic songs and storytelling, and lots of laughs.

But country music fans in Boston will get a taste of Music City July 31 when Carrie Underwood joins four of Nashville's biggest songwriters—and it's only $50 for the VIP seats.

Carrie will share the stage with Brett James ("Jesus, Take the Wheel"), Luke Laird ("Last Name"), Hillary Lindsey ("Just a Dream") and Bob DiPiero (Faith Hill's "Take Me As I Am").

It happens at the Royale club in Boston's Theater District, which has hosted a few country events, but mostly has alt-rock and comedy acts. The event is sponsored by the Country Music Association.

FYI, Boston country fans, those tix go on sale at noon Friday (June 29).

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