Legendary country music artist Trace Adkins will perform at 5 p.m. Aug. 27 at the 100th anniversary of the Kitsap Fair and Stampede in Bremerton.
Tickets range from $35 for general admission standing-room-only to $150 for a section near the front of the stage for the “Somewhere in America Tour” and are available at kitsapfair.strideevents.
Since his debut in 1996, Adkins has sold over 11 million albums. Among his 37 charted singles, 15 in the Top 10, are four No. 1’s (This Ain’t) No Thinkin’ Thing; Ladies Love Country Boys; You’re Gonna Miss This; and Hillbilly Bone, along with other favorites like Just Fishin’, Every Light in the House is On and Honky Tonk Badonkadonk.
He collaborates with musicians of many genres. His latest video, “Love Walks Through the Rain,” features Melissa Etheridge. She’s also on his 2021 album “The Way I Wanna Go,” along with Pitbull, Keb Mo, Snoop Dog and Stevie Wonder, and fellow country singers Blake Shelton and Luke Bryan.
Adkins is well-known for his baritone voice and fiery concerts. He’s won American Country Music and Country Music Television awards, along with being nominated for numerous Grammys.
Joel Gibson is the opening act.
On Aug. 26, tribute bands Heart by Heart and Queen Nation, along with Spike and the Impalers, will perform. Tickets also start at $35 at kitsapfair.org.