Dolly Parton will be on hand Saturday in Knoxville to support her Tennessee Volunteers in one of UT’s biggest games of the year.

Parton took to social media to announce that she’ll be at Neyland Stadium for Tennessee’s game against No. 2 Georgia.

“Well hello, it’s Dolly and I am so excited to join 101,000 of my friends in the best place for college football, Neyland Stadium. I’ll see you there,” Parton said in a brief video posted Monday morning.

Parton, 77, is set to release her 49th solo album, “Rockstar,” on Friday. The Pittman Center, Tennessee native was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2022 and was inspired to record some of her favorite rock songs.

In September, Parton announced a special Vols edition of the double album, featuring the iconic singer in orange and white with a team logo and the checkerboard pattern. The album’s lengthy list of collaborators includes Sting, Steve Perry, Ann Wilson, John Fogerty, Steven Tyler, Stevie Nicks, Chris Stapleton, Elton John, Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, Rob Halford, Nikki Sixx and others.

Saturday’s game is set for 3:30 p.m. ET. Those who can’t join Dolly at Neyland Stadium can watch the SEC East clash on CBS.