Country singer Tate Stevens will fulfill a lifelong dream when he makes his debut on the Grand Ole Opry. the 'X Factor' Season Two winner and SYCO/RCA Nashville recording artist is slated to perform on the hallowed stage on Saturday, June 8.

"This is a dream come true!" Stevens says in a press release. "I have wanted to perform on the Opry stage since I was a kid. I cannot wait until Saturday."

The special performance will cap off a busy week for Stevens. On Friday (June 7) he will make his CMA Music Festival debut with a performance on the Chevrolet Riverfront Stage, followed by a performance and autograph session at the Country Music Hall of Fame.

On Saturday the singer will also perform at the NRA Country Fan Club Breakfast and make several other appearances before taking the Opry stage for the first time.

Stevens recently released his self-titled first album, which debuted at No. 4 on the Billboard Country Albums chart. The album's first single is 'Power of a Love Song.' The singer will be touring extensively in support of that release. His tour dates are available here.