Country music superstar Trace Adkins is set to headline the entertainment for this year's Toyota Bass Classic. On Friday, the rest of the entertainment lineup was announced and it includes some East Texas talent.
Golden's Kacey Musgraves will perform on Saturday, April 19th along with Adkins. On Sunday, April 20, Roger Creager and Robert Earl Keen will perform.
Three-day passes, valid Friday, April 18 through Sunday, April 20, can be purchased for $20 in advance of the Tournament, or $25 at the gate. The Tournament pass includes admission to all concerts and parking on-site.
The concerts will be held in a natural amphitheater area along Lake Fork with open lawn seating. Blankets and soft-back chairs or stools with no arms are allowed onto the concert site. Lawn chairs, coolers, cameras, duffels and backpacks are not allowed into the Tournament. All bags are subject to being checked.
For tickets or additional Tournament information, please visit www.toyotatexasbassclassic.com or call 1-866-907-0143.
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