Chris Young has announced a hometown show on his I'm Comin' Over World Tour 2015.

The Middle Tennessee native will headline a concert at Nashville's new Ascend Amphitheater on Sept. 30; Jerrod Niemann and Cam will join Young has his opening acts.

"Not only did I just really, really love ["I'm Comin' Over"] when I wrote it, but also, because of the way we cut stuff on this record, it seemed like the perfect way to kind of bridge the gap between what I’d done sonically on prior records and what we’ve done on this,” Young tells The Boot of his latest single. “And I thought it played real well and it balanced real well [with] what we were trying to evolve my sound as, and I think anybody that’s heard anything prior to this would go, ‘Oh, that sounds like something that he would do.’”

Tickets for the Music City concert are set to go on sale on Aug. 28 at 10AM CT, through Ticketmaster.com and ChrisYoungCountry.com.

The show will be the first on the singer's 2015 world tour, which previously was set to begin on Oct. 22 in Savannah, Ga., in support of his upcoming fifth studio album of the same name. Eric Paslay and Clare Dunn will serve as the opening acts at the rest of the shows on Young's I’m Comin’ Over World Tour 2015.

Eric Church opened the brand-new Ascend Amphitheater with two sold-out acoustic shows in July. Other artists scheduled to appear at the venue include Blackberry Smoke, Loretta Lynn, Lynyrd Skynyrd and Dierks Bentley.

Young has not yet revealed a release date for I’m Comin’ Over.

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