The "Red, White & Boom" concert Saturday, July 2 features 10 national artists, including headliner Craig Morgan, along with popular regional performers Eddie Barber & Off the Wagon. Gates will open at 11 a.m. The music will go from noon to 10 p.m. and will be followed by fireworks. The event is sponsored by WBUL-FM 98.1 The Bull, Hardee's and Paul Miller Ford.
Admission for the entire day, including all 11 music acts plus the fireworks show, is five dollars. Children age 3-12 will be admitted free, but will be required to have a ticket. Children age two and under will be admitted free with no ticket required.
"This could potentially be the biggest event ever at our ballpark," said Legends General Manager Andy Shea. "Realizing that we'll most likely endure some mid-summer heat, the Legends have teamed up with our concessions provider, ARAMARK, and will be selling bottles of water for 20 percent less than usual. Ten national artists have been engaged to perform at the ballpark throughout the day, and we want to make it as easy as possible for people to come out and celebrate their July 4th weekend with us. Ten national acts for five dollars is unbelievable value. Value like that is extremely rare for events such as this."
The schedule: Noon Stage 1: Eddie Barber & Off The Wagon 12:40 p.m. Stage 2: Bush Hawg 1:30 p.m. Stage 1: Lunabelles 2:20 p.m. Stage 2: Stealing Angels 3:15 p.m. Stage 1 - LoCash Cowboys 4:10 p.m. Stage 2 - Hunter Hays 5:05 p.m. Stage 1 - Randy Montana 6:00 p.m. Stage 2 - Ashton Shepherd 7:00 p.m. Stage 1 - Heidi Newfeld 8:00 p.m. Stage 2 - David Nall 9:00 p.m. Stage 1 - Craig Morgan 10:00 p.m. - Fireworks
All times are approximate and subject to change due to production or weather delays.)
For more information, contact the Whitaker Bank Ballpark box office at 859-422-7867 or email@example.com
Red, White & Boom is a rain or shine event. No outside food or beverages allowed. Blankets ARE allowed on the field, but chairs ARE NOT allowed. No re-entry. Red, White & Boom is organized by Clear Channel Radio-Lexington.