Kentucky Speedway

Country star Currington to entertain Speedway crowd in June

Fan Zone Pass holders
can enjoy it on the infield

SPARTA, Ky. (March 2013) – Platinum selling recording artist Billy Currington will entertain Kentucky Speedway’s NASCAR Sprint Cup Series "Quaker State 400" fans with a special infield prerace concert at 5:15 p.m. Saturday, June 29.
Currington celebrated a string of No. 1 singles including his fifth consecutive and seventh of his career, “Let Me Down Easy,” from his fourth album, "Enjoy Yourself."  The album also features the No. 1 hit “Pretty Good at Drinkin’ Beer” along with the popular “Love Done Gone.”  

Billy Currington

Photo provided

Billy Currington returns to his Kentucky roots to perform
at the track this summer.

Since his 2003 debut, Currington has sold more than 11 million albums, earned multiple Recording Industry Artists Association of America Gold and Platinum certifications, while creating 11 top 10 singles that earned him two Grammy Award nominations along with multiple Country Music Association and Academy of Country Music awards.
His performance is included with the purchase of a Quaker State 400 ticket and guests that purchase a race day Fan Zone pass will be able to view the show near the stage.

Single race tickets now available

Reserved single tickets and daily Fan Zone passes for five Kentucky Speedway races including the June 27-29 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Quaker State 400 tripleheader weekend went on sale Jan. 30.
The “Quaker State 400” serves as the finale of the first of two race weekends. Opening weekend also includes the June 28 NASCAR Nationwide Series' "Feed The Children 300" and June 27 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series' "UNOH 225."
Racing continues with a return NNS 300-mile engagement on Sept. 21 and the 20th all-time ARCA Racing Series Kentucky Speedway event on Sept. 20. 
Adult ticket prices will not increase for the 14th Kentucky Speedway season and seats will be reserved for all events. NSCS Quaker State 400 tickets range between $70 and $110. NNS race tickets are priced from $45 to $75 while NCWTS and ARS tickets will be $30 and $40.
Daily Fan Zone passes will provide guests access to a wide variety of infield activities along with a stage-side view of the Quaker State 400 race-day concert and driver introductions. "Quaker State 400" Fan Zone passes are $100, "Feed The Children 300" passes are $50 and "UNOH 225" passes are $30.
Kentucky Speedway is introducing half-price tickets and Fan Zone passes for children age 12 and younger for the NNS "Feed The Children 300," NCWTS "UNOH 225," NNS "Kentucky 300" and ARS "Kentucky 150." NNS children’s tickets will range between $20 and $37 while NCWTS and ARCA children’s tickets will range between $15 and $20. Children’s Fan Zone passes will be $25 for the NNS "Feed the Children 300" and $15 for the NCTWS "UNOH 225," NNS "Kentucky 300" and ARCA "Kentucky 150."
Fans can receive solid value by ordering Coca-Cola Four Packs for each June event. In addition to four race tickets, Coca-Cola Four Packs include vouchers that can be redeemed for four hot dogs and four Coca-Cola beverages at Kentucky Speedway concession stands. Packs are $169 for the NSCS "Quaker State 400," $99 for the NNS "Feed The Children 300" and $69 for the "UNOH 225."
Five-race season ticket packages and three-race "Quaker State 400" Weekend packages also remain on sale along with season and "Quaker State 400" weekend campsites.
All can be purchased at www.kentuckyspeedway.com, by calling (859) 578-2300 and by visiting the Kentucky Speedway offices at 1 Speedway Drive, Sparta, Ky., 41086.



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