Rock band Jackyl, which kicked off Kansas Speedway’s post-race concerts in 2011, is returning to the facility as part of a 98.9 the Rock “Low Dough” show.
The Georgia-based band, who has toured with Aerosmith, Kiss, ZZ Top, Ted Nugent and others throughout their career, is best known for the song “The Lumberjack,” which features a chainsaw used by lead singer Jesse James Dupree during the song. The band’s self-titled first album, released in 1992, went platinum.
In addition to the concert, Mike Ballard’s Full Throttle S’loonshine lends its name to the ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards season finale with the Full Throttle S’loonshine 98.9. There will also be a Full Throttle Saloon set up in the Turn 1 area during the race weekend (must be 21 to enter). A “Low Dough” ticket is required for entry into the Saloon on Friday, while a ticket to the Kansas Lottery 300, which starts at $40, will allow entrance on Saturday, Oct. 17. For admission on Sunday, Oct. 18, a ticket to the Hollywood Casino 400, which start at $64, is required.
Tickets for the Jackyl concert, along with a full day of racing which includes the Full Throttle S’loonshine 98.9 and qualifying for the Hollywood Casino 400, are $9.89 for general admission tickets through Oct. 15; tickets will be $10 for general admission on the day of the race and concert. Fans can purchase reserved tickets for the ARCA race only, and includes admission into the Jackyl concert, for $15.
Don’t miss any of the action at Kansas Speedway as racing returns this October with the ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards season finale (Full Throttle S’loonshine 98.9) on Oct. 16, the NASCAR XFINITY Series (Kansas Lottery 300) on Oct. 17, and the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series (Hollywood Casino 400, the fifth race in the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup) on Oct. 18, and tickets are currently on sale.
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