Stars of “The Dukes of Hazzard” to Host Autotrader Pre-Race Concert For Food City 500

From Bristol Motor Speedway 

Autotrader will bring Tom Wopat and John Schneider, stars of the new Autotrader TV commercials and the hit TV series The Dukes of Hazzard to Bristol Motor Speedway as hosts of the Autotrader Pre-Race Concert.

Two-time Grammy winners Old Crow Medicine Show will headline the Autotrader Pre-Race Concert for the Food City 500, Sunday, April 19.  Guests at the Food City 500 will be entertained by the group some call the greatest string band in the world with punk-rock swagger and an old school country sound. The talented artists that are best known for “Wagon Wheel” will perform a 30-minute must-see show.

Prior to the Autotrader Pre-Race Concert, hosts Tom Wopat and John Schneider will make an appearance from 9:30 – 10:15 a.m.  at the Autotrader display in the Fan Zone on the Speedway grounds.

The stars of The Dukes of Hazzard will also cheer on Joey Logano in the Team Penske No. 22 Autotrader Ford Fusion.  Autotrader unveiled a special paint scheme showcasing their new logo on the No. 22 for the Food City 500.

Tickets are available for race weekend by calling (855) 580-5525 or visiting While supplies last, Food City 500 ticket holders may add on a Pre-Race SuperPass and be stage-side (on the track) for the concert featuring Old Crow Medicine Show. The SuperPass also includes a Track Walk and track access for Bristol’s wildly popular Food City 500 Driver Introductions.

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