Kelly Clarkson is on the verge of releasing her new album, 'Stronger,' and to celebrate, the 29-year-old is hooking up fans with a free show in New York City.

The 'Mr. Know It All' singer has teamed up with VH1 for an intimate concert, which will be filmed by network on Thursday, Oct. 27 at an undisclosed venue in the Big Apple. According to Oh No They Didn't, fans can email VH1Audience@GothamCasting.com with their contact information for a chance at scoring a pair of the limited tickets.

This isn't Clarkson's only free appearance. The Texas native is scheduled to perform a free show on Oct. 19 at the Troubador in Los Angeles. Tickets are first come, first serve on KellyClarksonShow.com, although, according to the website, a ticket doesn't guarantee admittance to the event, so fans should arrive early.

The two coastal concerts are to promote the release of Clarkson's highly anticipated new album, which arrives on Oct. 24. The singer recently performed 'Mr. Know It All' live on 'The Tonight Show With Jay Leno,' and made an appearance at the iHeartRadio Music Festival in Las Vegas last month. 'Stronger' marks the hitmaker's fifth studio album since winning the inaugural season of 'American Idol' in 2002.