(CNN) - Sarah Palin says she's "looking forward to heading down to the Lower 48 for some great events," as she speaks in Texas, Virginia, and Georgia over the next week.
The former Alaska governor and 2008 Republican vice presidential nominee will address the crowd at the Oil Palace in Tyler, Texas, as part of the tourist attraction and entertainment venue's Conservative Voices in America, according to her facebook page and The Oil Palace website.
"Sarah Palin's appearance caps a year of providing a forum for some of the most important Conservative Voices in America," says Oil Palace manager Jim Couch, in a statement on the venue's website.
Texas Gov. Rick Perry will also attend, but a campaign spokesman says his appearance is not a political event. Palin has endorsed Perry as he run's this year for re-election for a third full term in office.
The next day Palin addresses the audience at the Freedom Fest 2010, in Norfolk, Virginia. The event, sponsored by a conservative talk radio station, is billed as a "salute to our military and first responders."
"If you're free that day, you can join me, Oliver North, and George Allen at the Ted Constant Convocation Center on the campus of Old Dominion University," says Palin on her facebook page.
On Tuesday, June 29, according to her facebook page, Palin heads to Atlanta for the P.U.R.E. Celebration sponsored by Zachariah's Way at the Gwinnett Arena.
Palin says Zachariah's Way is "a wonderful organization committed to serving our special needs community."
Palin's two-year old son Trig has Down syndrome.