Guests who attend the NASCAR Food City Dirt Race weekend at Bristol Motor Speedway, April 7-9, will find an abundance of entertainment options in the BMS Fan Zone, located at BMS Entrance 1 (North) near the famed Bristol tower and It’s Bristol Baby monument.
In this special feature by Kelly Crandall of RACER Magazine, the next chapter in the rivalry between talented Cup Series rookies Ty Gibbs and Noah Gragson is about to get dirty. Bristol Motor Speedway dirty that is.
Country Thunder Bristol announced its complete 2023 mainstage with a superb cross-section of country music’s biggest, best and hottest new artists! Joining previously announced headliners Brooks & Dunn and Eric Church, will be Tennessee native and mega-star, Jelly Roll, Randy Houser, along with Jackson Dean, Parmalee, Chase Matthew, Cooper Alan, Lauren Watkins, and Megan Moroney.
With a nod to NASCAR’s 75th Anniversary, BMS Officials will hand the mic over to the versatile Kenny Wallace, who will be joined by his old pal John Roberts, to provide some fun pre-race entertainment for fans during the BMS Race Day Revival starting at 2:30 p.m. (ET) on Sunday, April 9 at the Food City Fan Zone Stage prior to the Food City Dirt Race.
Bristol Motor Speedway officials announced today that all fans will receive free grandstand admission to Bush’s Beans Practice Day on Friday, April 7. Track officials are asking fans who are able to donate cans of Bush’s Beans or other canned foods in exchange for the free grandstand admission to kick off the Food City Dirt Race weekend.