Trace Adkins Country Festival
July 13 2013
Hey country fans, y’all won’t want to miss this smokin’ hot country lineup with Trace Adkins, Aaron Lewis, Blackberry Smoke and Drake White.
Drake White – 4:00 p.m.
He’s the next big thing in the country music world. With a Kid Rock country sound, Drake White puts on a hell of a show. Give the guy a guitar, and he’ll make you an instant fan. He loves what he does and it shows as he puts it all out on the stage and has fun with the audience singing songs from his singles list, including his newest hit single “The Simple Life.”
Blackberry Smoke – 5:30 p.m.
This group of five friends is a true southern rock country band. Imagine Lynyrd Skynyrd with a little twang. Blackberry Smoke’s country-rock singles include “Good One Comin’ On” and “Pretty Little Lie.” Having opened for Zac Brown Band, ZZ Top and Lynyrd Skynyrd, there’s no doubt they have the perfect sound for this outdoor summer concert.
Aaron Lewis – 7:00 p.m.
You may remember Aaron Lewis from the rock group Staind, but he’s now leaving his mark on the country music world. With hits like “Country Boy,” “Forever,” and “Endless Summer,” Aaron has proven he’s got the heart and soul to bring a unique sound and powerful songs to country music fans. With a voice like no other, Aaron will draw you in and show you a wave-your-hands-in-the-air and lighters-at-a-rock-show good time.
Trace Adkins – 8:30 p.m.
It’s the beard, the long ponytail, the cowboy hat, the Barry White-ish deep voice – Trace Adkins can take over any room, any stage, any venue. He’s the dreamy southern gentleman all the girls crush on and the guy’s guy that all the men want to party with. This country singer, actor, humanitarian, husband, father – the list goes on – has made a name for himself with his long list of country hits including “Honky Tonk Badonkadonk,” “You’re Gonna Miss This” and “Just Fishin.’”
Trace most recently appeared on NBC’s Celebrity Apprentice All-Stars playing for the American Red Cross, who helped him tremendously after he lost his home to a fire back in 2011. With more than 20 singles on the Billboard Country Music charts, Trace is going to rock RiverEdge Park and bring the honky-tonk to Aurora.
Seating Details and Policies
To view seating chart, click here. Preferred GA is first-come-first-serve bench seating in front of the stage. Feel free to bring a padded seat cushion for added comfort. General admission ticket holders are allowed to bring low back bag chairs (shoulder height) or a small blanket. Please be considerate of your neighbors when setting up chairs and blankets. Children 2 years of age and under are admitted free to general admission only. Children under 7 are not permitted in the preferred general admission bench section. For a full list of RiverEdge Park policies, click here.