Chris Young knows how to throw an unforgettable party, and his fans are invited.

His 14th annual fan club party has been slated for June 10 at the Grand Ole Opry House in Nashville. Tickets are open to current and new fan club members only, and include a live performance by Young, followed by a meet-and-greet with photo opportunities and a guided Opry backstage tour.

Fans can visit Young's website to sign up for the exclusive club. Tickets are available for only $50 at the singer's website. The event is the perfect way for old and new fans alike to watch Young perform in a more down-to-earth, low-key environment.

Hopefully this year's event will turn out better for Young than it did in 2014. The singer had to undergo surgery to repair damaged tendons in his left hand after returning home late from his fan club party and accidentally cutting his hand with a knife while slicing an apple.

In the past, Young's fan club has supported causes including St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital, Susan G. Komen, and Stars for Stripes. Last year Young donated over $5,000 raised by his fan club to the Nashville School of the Arts.

At only 29, Young has established himself as one of country music's most consistent hitmakers since winning Nashville Star in 2006. He is a Grammy-nominated artist who has released four successful albums. Some of his most notable songs include "The Man I Want To Be," "Tomorrow," "Voices," and "Who I Am With You." Young is renowned as both a songwriter and performer.

His latest album, A.M., features his current single, "Lonely Eyes."

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