Brothers Osborne are to play the pre-race concert ahead of the 2022 Ally 400 NASCAR Cup Series race on Sunday, June 26, at Nashville Superspeedway.
The hit country duo will start their performance at 2pm that afternoon from the stage on the pit road. A Track Access Pass will be available for race-goers that allows not only stage-front access for the concert but driver introductions, views down pit road, and the chance to view the race from within the infield. The pass must be accompanied by a race day ticket.
Nashville Superspeedway president Erik Moses says: “As the home for NASCAR Cup Series racing in Middle Tennessee, we understand the importance of infusing the heart of Music City into our events. We’re excited to have Brothers Osborne turn up the heat on our #NASHCAR weekend and know the fans in attendance from across the country, will enjoy this award-winning superstar duo before America’s best drivers take the track for the Ally 400.”
This year’s show follows the pre-race concert at last year’s sellout event by Chris Janson, while the role of grand marshal was filled by one of country’s biggest current stars, Luke Combs. Christian artist CeCe Winans gave the invocation and the national anthem was sung by Priscilla Block.
Brothers Osborne, who already have five CMA Awards, six ACMs and a Grammy this year for Best Country Duo/Group Performance for “Younger Me,” are currently touring in the UK. After a sellout London show on Monday (9) at the Roundhouse, and with the deluxe edition of their Skeletons album on release, they play tonight in Cambridge, with further shows in Manchester, Leeds, and Edinburgh.
The duo then return to the US for an an entire summer of shows leading into the fall. Dates include a Milwaukee show on May 28 at American Family Field as guests of Eric Church, along with Parker McCollum, and the Riverbend Festival in Chattanooga on June 3.
Buy or stream the deluxe edition of Skeletons.