38 Special Showing Kansas Speedway Fans Some Southern Hospitality
Rock band 38 Special, with Billboard chart toppers like “Second Chance,” “If I’d Been the One,” “Hold on Loosely,” and “Caught Up in You,” will rock race fans with a pre-race concert prior to the Price Chopper 400 presented by Kraft Foods on Oct. 3.
“Our fans have responded extremely positively to our pre-race concerts and I’m sure they will enjoy the high energy show that 38 Special is sure to have,” said Kansas Speedway President Pat Warren. “This concert will pump up our fans even more as they count down to the green flag of the Price Chopper 400 presented by Kraft Foods.”
38 Special was formed in Jacksonville, Florida in 1975 with roots in southern rock. In the 1980s, the band switched to his current arena rock style. In addition to their number one songs on the Billboard charts, their song “Back Where You Belong” has long been considered a radio favorite.
Season ticket holders with a track pass can watch the concert from the tri-oval starting at 10:30 AM. The crossover gates will open at 9 AM for access to the infield. The crossover gates for entrance into the infield will close at 11 AM.
Kansas Speedway tickets are on sale now for the Oct. 2-3 weekend that includes the Price Chopper 400 presented by Kraft Foods and the Kansas Lottery 300. Tickets are also on sale for O’Reilly Auto Parts Qualifying Day on Oct. 1. Tickets can be purchased by calling 866.460.RACE or logging onto www.kansasspeedway.com. Parking is always free at Kansas Speedway and fans can bring in a 6x6x12-inch soft sided cooler with their favorite food and beverages.
Don’t miss out on the Kansas Lottery 150 ARCA Series race on Sept. 30. A non-winning Kansas Lottery ticket can be used for free admission. Fans 18 and under are free.
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