Trace Adkins with Special Guest Aaron Lewis

Fredricks Outdoor is excited to announce our 2016 Spring Concert featuring Trace Adkins, with special guest Aaron Lewis. 

This is going to be a huge event, and you WON'T want miss it! 

Stay tuned as details become available and don't forget to head on over to Facebook to like us, share us, and invite all your friends.

ADMISSION

Getting in is easy, come to Fredricks Outdoor in advance of the show and purchase one of our branded t-shirts. That shirt will get you in to this concert, and ALL of our future concerts, for free. We have a big selection of sizes, colors, and designs. There's something for everyone. The best part? Each shirt is only $20. That's right, cheap entertainment for life. Awesome.

For the less adventerous types (wusses), you can pay at the gate. It's still going to cost you $20. And you won't get the awesome shirt. And you'll be sad.

Can't make it to the store? Give us a call and we'll take your order over the phone and ship it to your door (shipping charges apply). 

VIP ADMISSION

For this very special event, we will be offering a limited number of VIP passes to this event. VIP Access will include:

  • VIP Parking Area.
  • Exclusive VIP Lounge:
    • Beat the lines with access to VIP-Only Bar
    • Unlimited Chips and Salsa in Lounge
  • VIP Viewing area at Front of Stage.
  • Gift Package (with VIP-only t-shirt and more).

VIP Access costs $125 per person. You can purchase your VIP packages online! Just select your shirt size(s) for each package and add them to your cart!

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SNACKS AND DRINKS AND STUFF

As always, the trusty Snak Shak will be open for all your food and beverage needs. We'll have beer too, which I'm sure you're excited about. We are too.

Outside food and beverages are strictly prohibited. Violators will be hurled into space, as is tradition.

ABOUT TRACE ADKINS

Trace Adkins’ trademark baritone has powered countless hits to the top of the charts and sold over 10 million albums, cumulatively. His hit list includes “You're Gonna Miss This,” “Ladies Love Country Boys,” “Songs About Me,” “Every Light In The House,” “Hillbilly Bone (Blake Shelton & Trace Adkins),” and “Just Fishin’,” to name a few. The Grammy-nominated member of the Grand Ole Opry is a TV personality, actor, author, spokesman for the Wounded Warrior Program and the American Red Cross, for whom he raised over $1.5 million dollars as winner of NBC’s All-Star Celebrity Apprentice. In recent years, Adkins has performed 10 USO Tours.

In his 2007 autobiography, A Personal Stand: Observations and Opinions from a Freethinking Roughneck, the former oil-rigger recounted his rise to fame, brushes with death, and battles with personal demons. Trace has played a tough as nails biker in The Lincoln Lawyer (starring Matthew McConaughey), and a wise oracle of a tattoo artist in the family-friendly film Moms' Night Out (starring Patricia Heaton, Sean Astin, Sarah Drew). He also developed and hosted GAC’s “Great American Heroes” honoring every-day heroes.

ABOUT AARON LEWIS

"Life is circular. Country just came back to me. It's like the acoustic thing. I did that before the band [Staind]. This is full circle because this was the first music I was ever exposed to as a child." --AARON LEWIS

"Life is circular. Country just came back to me. It's like the acoustic thing. I did that before the band [Staind]. This is full circle because this was the first music I was ever exposed to as a child." --AARON LEWIS

If you want to get to know AARON LEWIS, just listen to The Road. On his first full-length album, the Grammy Award-nominated, multi-platinum singer, songwriter, and guitarist tells one story after another. Echoing traditional country, some of those tales are hilarious and heartwarming, while others are pensive and personal. Nevertheless, they're all equally powerful, vibrant, and unforgettable.  For Lewis, The Road continues to wind and surprise like it always has.

In 2011, the Staind frontman formally arrived in the country world with the release of his debut EP, Town Line. Highlighted by the success of gold-selling single "Country Boy" featuring the legendary George Jones and Charlie Daniels, the seven-song EP reached #1 on the Billboard Country Albums Chart and #7 on the Billboard Top 200 upon release. Critical praise followed: PEOPLE’s Chuck Arnold said, "He proves to be a natural on nostalgic ballads like 'The Story Never Ends,’ (3/14/11)," while the ASSOCIATED PRESS’ Michael McCall wrote, “He injects a flavor of his own into a polished, commercial country sound in a way that could win over country fans who've never heard of Staind (2/28/11).”

Lewis also received two Academy of Country Music nominations for "Vocal Event of the Year" for "Country Boy" (for his work as artist and as co-producer) as well as two CMT nominations--one for "USA Weekend Breakthrough Video of the Year" and another for "Collaborative Video of the Year."  Simultaneously, the music video for the single stirred similar fan fervor, surpassing 12 million views on YouTube and 3 million on CMT.com. After a whirlwind year, Lewis began working on what would become The Road in the fall of 2011.

In many ways, The Road brings things full circle for Lewis. In Staind, he has made an indelible mark on hard rock. The group has sold 13 million albums worldwide, yielding four consecutive top 3 debuts on the Billboard Top 200 as well as numerous radio hits. Their single "It's Been Awhile" also remains the most-played rock song of the decade. Still, this new chapter proves cyclical for Lewis, actually bringing him back to the first style of music he'd heard: country music.

Now, he's carrying on a tradition of storytelling and songwriting himself. "I'm really hoping the songs speak for themselves," he concludes. "I hope people hear the record and realize that this is all me. There's nothing more to say. I'm just writing songs like I have been for my whole career."

That's all he really has to do. For Aaron Lewis, The Road looks brighter than ever.