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CANCELLED: Trucks n Tunes Outlaw Weekend at PPIR

 

Last updated 8/19/2021 at 10:05am | View PDF

Ashlie Amber

UPDATE: Event organizers announced this event has been cancelled. They are working to reschedule it for 2022.

The aptly named Trucks n Tunes Outlaw Weekend at Pikes Peak International Raceway, Sept. 3-5, will feature full days of activity with country music concerts in the evening.

Arrive for the weekend in your truck and challenge your friends, or the clock, to all-day, 1/8-mile drag strip runs. Enter the burnout corral to burn some asphalt, make a smoke show and let your horses run. Or, show whose drive train is boss and compete in the Truck Tug-o-War.

Whether you're rockin' a late-model, super stock, or old-school ride, make sure to enter the Outlaw Weekend Truck Show for all to enjoy. 

After each day of track play, back into the tailgate viewing area to enjoy nightly concerts from the bed of your truck. Explore the truck show, refuel and refresh at one of the Outlaw bars, and visit one of the many onsite food trucks for dinner or late-night eats.

Live performances include:

Dylan Scott

Sept. 3 – Rodney Atkins, Justin Champagne, Christopher Shayne Band

Sept. 4 – Justin Calhoun, Nappy Roots, Brother Dege

Sept. 5 – Dylan Scott, Caylee Hammack, Allie Colleen

Also performing Sept. 5 is Colorado-native and international touring artist, Ashlie Amber, who will also be releasing her new single, "Runnin'," on Aug. 27. Named "a standout artist in many senses of the word" by American Songwriter, Ashlie Amber created her own brand of "Country Vogue" where she combines not only her love of artistic innovation and fashion, but the genres of country, pop and R&B. In 2021 alone, she has been spotlighted by Forbes, Billboard, Hollywood Life, Taste of Country and more. 

Get tickets at truckstunes.com.

 

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