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Great Live Music Lineup Joins NASCAR Thunder At Brickyard
Fans can enjoy an impressive variety of live music from 12 national, regional and local acts during the Brickyard 400 presented by Big Machine Records.com July 29-31 at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, with every show free to ticket holders each day at the track.
 
Leading the lineup will be Race Morning performances by Big Machine Records country artists Reba, Rascal Flatts, Justin Moore, The Band Perry and more Sunday, July 31, and a hard-rocking show by chart-topping stars Hinder at Brickfest, Saturday, July 30.
 
Another national artist performing at IMS is multi-platinum R&B, hip-hop and reggae fusion star Iyaz, who will headline the Brickyard Beach Bash in Turn 3 of the IMS infield on Race Day.
 
Tickets remain available for all three days of music and NASCAR Sprint Cup Series action at IMS. Great seats are still available in the Paddock Penthouse to see the legendary Reba sing “America the Beautiful” and Rascal Flatts perform a mini-concert and the national anthem, both on the Yard of Bricks.
 
General admission is just $10 Friday, $15 for Brickfest on Saturday and $30 on Race Day. Children 12 and under will receive free general admission to any IMS event in 2011 when accompanied by an adult general admission ticket holder.
 
The musical lineup for Brickyard 400 presented by Big Machine Records.com:
 
FRIDAY, July 29
 
Time
Performer
Location
11:30 a.m.-12:15 p.m.
Zanna-Doo
(Rock, Motown, disco, soul)
Coca-Cola Stage, Pagoda Plaza
2:15-3:15 p.m.
The Main Squeeze
(Funk, soul, rock, jam)
Coca-Cola Stage, Pagoda Plaza
 
SATURDAY, July 30
 
Time
Performer
Location
9-9:50 a.m.
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Great Live Music Lineup Joins NASCAR Thunder At Brickyard
Fans can enjoy an impressive variety of live music from 12 national, regional and local acts during the Brickyard 400 presented by Big Machine Records.com July 29-31 at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, with every show free to ticket holders each day at the track.
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