Trace Adkins Returns to Ft. Sill’s Polo for Free Armed Forces Day Concert
The Fort Sill Family and MWR announce an Armed Forces Concert! Headlining the show is Multi-Platinum recording artist Trace Adkins! This is the 3rd (or 4th) time Trace Adkins has been at Fort Sill to perform for our troops. What a fitting way to celebrate Armed Forces Day!
Trace Adkins performed previously on July 7, 2000 with Alabama, and again July 5, 2013. There is a question on whether he was here again between those dates, but one thing that is for sure is that he will be here on Saturday, May 15 for a FREE show at Fort Sill Polo Field.
The 77th Army Band will be preforming prior to Trace taking the stage at 6:30pm, and special guest The Powell Brothers will take the stage at 7:20pm.
Patrons should enter through Gate 2, off of Rogers Lane, for special event entry and parking. You will not need a Fort Sill visitors pass for access through Gate 2, however, if you are entering through another gate for this event, a visitors pass will be required. You will need a valid driver's license or military ID. Parking will be on Conklin Field.
Trace's career has spanned decades now with his debut in 1995 with the album “Dreamin’ Out Loud," which spawned hits like, 'This ain't no Thinking Thing', 'I left Something Turned on at Home', and 'Every Light in the House was On'.
Make plans now to attend the FREE show, May 15th at Fort Sill's Polo Field with the one and only Trace Adkins!
For more info, visit sill.armymwr.com.
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