Jon Pardi is racing toward a unique headlining concert. He’ll top a bill on Saturday (August 7) in Nashville, taking the pole position for a high-octane set during the Big Machine Music City Grand Prix.
Announcing the news today (July 7), organizers say Jon Pardi will bring his supercharged brand of modern honky tonk to the main stage of a three-day “festival of speed.” The night-two concert will take place in the middle of a whole weekend of street racing in Music City — and just ahead of the main event, Nashville’s first-ever IndyCar street race.
Set for August 6-8, the Big Machine Music City Grand Prix features three days of racing and only-in-Nashville thrills, including daily races, live music on multiple stages, food experiences and a nightly headline concert. A temporary 2.17-mile grand prix circuit will be built on the streets of Nashville and around the Nissan Stadium campus, giving new meaning to the phrase “Nashville traffic.”
Pardi’s Saturday (August 7) headline show will start 8:30 pm CT, with fireworks over the Cumberland River planned to follow. Previously announced artists for the weekend include Alan Jackson, Brooks & Dunn, Tyler Farr, Vince Neil, Danielle Bradbery, Justin Moore, Callista Clark, Riley Green, Jamey Johnson and Tim Dugger, with more information to come.
Now just a month out from the green flag, a variety of three-day packages and single-day tickets are on sale. Fans can attend the Saturday show or the Big Machine Music City Grand Prix starting at $65 by visiting musiccitygp.com/tickets, Ticketmaster.com or by calling the Tennessee Titans’ ticket office at 615-565-4650.