Carrie Underwood Carrie Underwood's Play On tour kicks off tonight (March 11) in Reading, Pa., and the entertainer promises fans will not be disappointed with the "bigger" and "better" experience she has planned for them.

"We're kind of going for broke on this one just because I feel like it's time," Carrie tells the Associated Press. "At this point, the only thing it's about is putting on a great show, and we're going out with that in mind. I definitely think we have delivered."

Carrie says part of the new show will include her flying over the audience.

"As far as things getting bigger, it's just that," she says. "The stage is bigger, there are more lights, and there are more tricks up our sleeve. We have a lot of moving parts on the stage. It's really cool. It's just a lot of stuff. My band's great. Wardrobe's great. It's just more. It's all of the bells and whistles and sprinkles on the cupcake."

The Play On tour has more than 50 dates booked for the U.S. and Canada, with the trek running through June. Craig Morgan and Sons of Sylvia (formerly the Clark Brothers), winners of the 'Next Great American Band' TV series, will be Carrie's opening act.