Revs & Riffs NASCAR Weekend music festival will complement the slate of on-track action during Atlanta Motor Speedway’s summer NASCAR weekend. The rising stars of the NASCAR Xfinity Series hit the high banks on Saturday, July 9, for the Alsco Uniforms 250. Then on Sunday, July 10, NASCAR Cup Series stars like Chase Elliott, Ryan Blaney, and Kevin Harvick race for glory in the Quaker State 400 Presented by Walmart. See the list of performers below!
Grammy award nominated singer Flo Rida will be the headline act for the Revs & Riffs NASCAR Weekend Music Festival July 8-10, Atlanta Motor Speedway announced Saturday.
Flo Rida – known for chart-topping hits like “My House”, “Whistle”, and “Low” - will perform a pre-race concert on Sunday, July 10. His concert will be the final act of the inaugural summer music festival which will see as many as 12 performances around the speedway during the weekend.
With a pre-race pit pass, fans in attendance will be able to get stage-front access to Flo Rida’s concert and driver introductions before the Quaker State 400 Presented by Walmart.
Multi-Platinum rockers Candlebox will perform a pre-race concert on Atlanta Motor Speedway’s fronstretch on Saturday, July 9, as part of the Revs & Riffs NASCAR Weekend Music Festival.
Candlebox – known for chart-topping hits like “Far Behind” and “You” – will rock the pre-race stage ahead of the Alsco Uniforms 250 NASCAR Xfinity Series race. Fans who purchase a grandstand seat for the race will also enjoy Candlebox’s concert before racers hit the track for 250 miles of racing at AMS. All grandstand ticket holders will have pre-race stage access for the concert and Xfinity Series driver introductions on a first-come, first-served basis.
Georgia rock band Blackberry Smoke will take the stage to perform a concert in Atlanta Motor Speedway’s Peach Pit on Saturday, July 9, as part of the Revs & Riffs NASCAR Weekend Music Festival at the speedway.
When the Alsco Uniforms 250 NASCAR Xfinity Series race ends that evening, Blackberry Smoke will headline the party in the infield with songs like “Waiting for the Thunder” and “One Horse Town”.
Fans camping at the track or attending the races during the weekend will enjoy the concert – as well as all the other activities in the Peach Pit – for free.