Carly Pearce will sing the national anthem ahead of the upcoming third instalment of the Big Machine Music City Grand Prix, which is due to take place across August 4-6.
Pearce will take the stage on the final day, before the NTT INDYCAR Series race, which will broadcast via NBC at 11:30am CST. Pearce's Star Spangled Banner performance is lined up for 11:11am.
The NTT INDYCAR Series race will serve as the culmination of the popular three-day weekend, which will also feature hotly anticipated races such as the NDY NXT, GT America, GR Cup, the Big Machine Spiked Cooler Trans Am TA2 Series and more.
Each day of racing will be coupled with an accompanying series of live performances, with Brian Kelley, Chris Janson, Vince Neil and Gavin DeGraw all set to serenade the crowd on Friday, August 4.
On Saturday, August 5, a variety of special guests will deliver performances to the packed-out crowd, while ticket-holders will also be treated to an eagerly awaited evening show from Flo Rida.
Alongside Carly Pearce's national anthem rendition on August 6, Sunday attendees will be able to enjoy live sets from Rascal Flatts’ Jay DeMarcus, Jason Crabb, Tim Dugger and more.
News of Carly Pearce's Big Machine Music City Grand Prix appearance comes hot on the heels of the release of her brand new single, ‘We Don't Dight Anymore’, featuring country music titan, Chris Stapleton. The duet is due to appear on Pearce's upcoming album, which is expected to be officially announced in the coming weeks.
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