Country Music superstar Dierks Bentley will be performing a post-race concert at Bristol Motor Speedway on Aug 20.
Bristol Motor Speedway revs up Wednesday night (Aug. 20), adding a full-length concert by award-winning country music star Dierks Bentley to its already competitive racing doubleheader. Tickets for Wednesday's tripleheader start at just $30 with free entry for children 15 and under, until Aug. 16. All tickets increase by $5 starting Aug. 17. A limited number of VIP passes for the Mountain Dew CMT Summer Concert Series are available. VIP passes give fans on track, front-stage access following the NCWTS race. VIP passes are $35 for the general public and $25 for Bristol iBelong season ticket holders. A Wednesday event ticket is required for the VIP pass upgrade.
http://www.bristolmotorspeedway.com for more info or contact the BMS ticket office toll-free at 1-866-415-4158
Leo Rondeau and Deslondes at BORDER BASH is historic Downtown Bristol on August 15. Border Bash features live music on select Friday nights from May to August. The evenings' events will start with children's activities, crafters, and concessions at 6PM. Live music begins at 7PM. Open FREE to the public.
Historic Downtown Bristol, State Street Bristol TENNESSEE
Bristol Rhythm & Roots Reunion Festival
Emmylou Harris • Moon Taxi • Willie Watson • St. Paul & the Broken Bones • The Seldom Scene • Gregory Alan Isakov • Billy Joe Shaver • Dale Watson & His Lone Stars • Red Molly • Marty Raybon & Full Circle • Joshua James • Robbin Thompson • 18 South • The Dustbowl Revival • Folk Soul Revival • If Birds Could Fly • Jeff Tweedy • The David Grisman Bluegrass Experience • J. Roddy Walston & the Business • White Denim • Ray Wylie Hubbard • Balsam Range • The Black Lillies • The Kruger Brothers • Parker Millsap • Swear & Shake • Honey Island Swamp Band • Truth & Salvage Co. • Tumbleweed Wanderers • Holy Ghost Tent Revival PLUS 100+ MORE BANDS & ARTISTS!
Tickets, lodging, shuttles and info: http://www.bristolrhythm.com
Whether you're looking to hit the stage, or just sit back and listen, Bristol provides the perfect soundtrack to your vacation.
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In Bristol, you’ll find the stories of yesterday are still being written today. Stories that started with humble beginnings have grown to legendary proportions. Like the recording sessions that spawned a musical movement. Or the old-fashioned racetrack that grew into NASCAR’s most beloved track. They’re just two of the reasons we say Bristol is Layin’ down tracks—Livin’ up to legends.
Country music traces its roots back to Bristol, and that legacy finally has a home. Learn more about how it all began, and get a hands-on interactive peek into its future.
The Birthplace of Country Music® Museum, in affiliation with the Smithsonian Institution, will tell the story of our musical heritage. From the Bristol Sessions and beyond, our region continues to influence music around the world. The 24,000 square foot facility, located at 520 Birthplace of Country Music® Way in Historic Downtown Bristol, houses 12,000 square feet of exhibit space, a rotating exhibit gallery, music mixing and listening stations, multiple theater experiences, and interactive, technology-infused media.BCMM will also host live, year-round performances and educational programming. Opening August 1, 2014, the museum will be a touchstone for visitors seeking comprehensive knowledge of the music of our region and Bristol's important role in the evolution of recorded music history.
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