The robust sounds and dynamic vocals of Wynonna and The Big Noise spice up an already powerful Built Ford Tough Pre-Race. Spirits soar and tensions mount during the Saturday night show as The University of Tennessee's Pride of the Southland Band fires up fans with their rendition of Rocky Top, and for the third consecutive year, Michael Buffer readies drivers to rumble after entrances accompanied by music of their own selection.

The Aug. 23 performance marks the five-time Grammy winner's first show at Bristol Motor Speedway, but not her first visit to the Last Great Colosseum. BMS officials are proud to include the legendary country artist among its fans and growing list of talent performing during the IRWIN Tools Night Race week.

"Wynonna's distinctive country sounds and high-energy hits are perfect additions to the electric atmosphere of the IRWIN Tools Night Race," said BMS Executive Vice President and General Manager Jerry Caldwell. "I'm confident she will put on a great show for our guests, and we're thrilled to welcome her back to Bristol as part of pre-race entertainment."

Tickets still remain to witness Saturday night under the lights of the Last Great Colosseum. Single-day tickets start at just $75 with weekend packages as low as $99.

Guests may attend Friday's full day of racing, including Bass Pro Shops Qualifying and the newly expanded Food City 300, for as little as $35 with half-price admission for children 15 and under.

Tickets for the Wednesday night tripleheader featuring the Whelen Modified Bush's Beans 150, NASCAR Camping World Truck Series UNOH 200 presented by ZLOOP and full-length Dierks Bentley concert presented by Mountain Dew start at just $30 for adults with children 15 and under free. All ticket prices increase by $5 starting Aug. 17.

For information on reserving your seat at Bristol, visit BristolTix.com or call (855) 580-5525.