Seventeen-year-old Sadie Robertson of "Duck Dynasty" announced to her fans on Thursday that she will be heading to Nashville this summer with friends and family in August for the first "Live Original" college tour show.
The teen role model, who has more than 2 million followers on Instagram, took to her social media to tease the annoucement.
"We have some big news for y'all follow me on periscope @legitsadierob for an announcement from me at 3:00 pm CST tomorrow :-)," she wrote on Wednesday, accompanied by a photo with her family and friends.
Robertson announced on Periscope that on August 29, she will host "Live Original LIVE," described as an "inspirational gathering" that will kick off at Lipscomb University's Allen Arena in Nashville.
The stop will "highlight those who are following Robertson's call to 'live original' in all areas of their lives, such as in their schools, communities and relationships."
Other speakers, including Max and Bonnie Kate Zoghbi, Sadie's boyfriend, and daughter of Candice Bure, Natasha Bure, will share their stories of faith.
Sadie's brother John Luke Robertson and his fiancée or soon-to-be wife Mary Kate McEachern, Reed Robertson, Cole Robertson, The Bachelor couple Sean and Catherine Lowe and the band King & Country will also be featured as guest speakers and performers.
"This is the most excited I have ever been about any event, and that's saying a lot!" Robertson wrote. "We have been praying that this message will touch a lot of lives."
Earlier this year, the daughter of Korie and Willie Robertson shared an inspiring message in a viral YouTube video to "be yourself and live original" as she opened up about her own insecurities and how looking to superficial goals will only bring you down.
"I'm going to hit you with a reality," she says in the seven-minute video, which now has millions of views. "I'm just going to be straight up honest with everything," before diving into her insecurities.
"I struggle with jealousy, and I struggle with comparing myself to other people," Sadie, who went make-up free, disclosed. "I struggle with worry, and I'm really hard on myself. I'm just like any other girl - I look in the mirror and I pick out a flaw."
She said that trying to reach superficial goals will do nothing but bring you down and you are never going to be content with who you are unless you let God in.
"Don't look at somebody and say 'that's what I want to be' because in reality, if you're seeking self-approval or human approval you're never gonna reach your goal. You can only reach it by God."
She noted that some of the biggest struggles many deal with involve jealousy and worry. "The Bible says jealousy is 'cancer to the bones,'" Robertson said, while citing several verses from the Bible, including 1 Samuel.
"You can sit here and you can try to reach this 'goal' -- this image that you have in your mind that you wish you could be but it's just going to tear you down."
"If you're like me and you were out there searching at one point and you were comparing yourself to others and you were looking at goals, maybe talk to God; maybe try something new; maybe open your Bible; maybe pray about it; maybe just see what God has to say about it."
Robertson echoed her book, Live Original: How the Duck Commander Teen Keeps It Real and Stays True to Her Values, which encourages readers to embrace their flaws and find confidence in God.
Tickets and information for "Live Original LIVE" will be posted on Robertson's website, LiveOriginal.com.