CANDLEBOX TO PERFORM AT BUDWEISER ROLL-BAR
CANDLEBOX TO PERFORM AT BUDWEISER ROLL-BAR AT PHOENIX INTERNATIONAL RACEWAY
Live Concert Scheduled for 11 a.m. Sunday, March 4
PHOENIX — Legendary rock band Candlebox will energize the crowd at Phoenix International Raceway with a live concert this Sunday, March 4, to celebrate the SUBWAY Fresh Fit 500™ event weekend. The concert begins at 11 a.m. at Budweiser ROLL-BAR, PIR’s showcase venue for live music and entertainment.
“Candlebox is going to get the crowd rocking on the main stage at Budweiser ROLL-BAR,” said Phoenix International Raceway President, Bryan R. Sperber. “By the time the concert is finished, fans are going to be as fired up as the drivers for the start of the SUBWAY Fresh Fit 500™.”
Known for their blend of hard rock and a contemporary sound, Candlebox is scheduled to release their fifth album, Love Stories and other Musings, on April 3 and will begin a six-week U.S. tour two days later.
Live entertainment on the Budweiser ROLL-BAR main stage and access to the custom Budweiser ROLL-BAR Beer Garden is available to all grandstand ticket holders. Hours for the Budweiser ROLL-BAR for the March 2012 NASCAR event weekend are 10 a.m. until one hour after the checkered flag waves for the Bashas’ Supermarkets 200 and the SUBWAY Fresh Fit 500™.
Single-day tickets to Budweiser ROLL-BAR are available for $99 on Saturday, March 3 and for $149 on Sunday, March 4. A Budweiser ROLL-BAR Club Pass and a Pre-Race Pit Pass for Sunday, March 4 is available for $179 and a weekend Budweiser ROLL-BAR pass (Saturday, March 3 and Sunday, March 4) including a Pre-Race Pit-Pass is $249. Additional purchase of a grandstand ticket is still required for track admission.
– PhoenixRaceway.com –
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