Dierks Bentley is headed to the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum this year. According to the Tennessean, an exhibit titled Dierks Bentley: Every Mile a Memory will open March 4 and run through Sept. 6.

“It’s crazy to be considered for something like this,” Bentley says in a release. “The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum is home to the most revered and influential country artists of all time. Just being in the building as a visitor is humbling, but to actually be featured in one of the museum’s exhibits is something I never would have believed if you’d suggested it back when I started chasing this dream down on Broadway. I’m going to have to go down there to see it for myself to really make it sink in.”

The exhibit will include stage clothes, guitars, song manuscripts and photos, among other items from his career catalog. On March 12, the star will perform at the museum and participate in a Q&A to introduce his exhibit to the community.

Bentley's 2016 is picking up, as he recently announced his  Somewhere on a Beach Tour featuring Randy Houser and Cam. A month after he co-hosts the ACM Awards for the very first time, the singer will head to New Jersey to kick off his tour on May 12.

“I’ve toured with Randy before, and he’s just a great dude — on stage and backstage,” Bentley says in his tour announcement. “And I’ve gotten to know Cam a little over the last year, and she’s fun as hell too and so talented. It’s going to be a big summer for sure.”

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