Trace Adkins comes to the Rabobank Arena

June 6, 2012 by  

Country star Trace Adkins has added the Rabobank Theatre and Convention Center to his latest tour.

Adkins’ Songs and Stories Tour was inspired by the release of his tenth album entitled “Proud to Be Here,” and a promotional special on Country Music Television. Answering questions and performing some of Adkins’ most popular songs gave him the impetus to go on tour.

“The point of this Tour is to get together and share meaningful songs, stories and some laughs ‘around the campfire’ – it’s the Country music tradition.”

Adkins said.

To better bring fans into the whole concert experience, a website has been set up for fans to write in about their own inspirational experiences relating to Adkins’ songs and to ask questions on his Songs & Stories page on his website.

Adkins has been performing for 20 years, most recently performing for military personnel in a free concert at the Hard Rock Café in New York a PBS special on Memorial Day. He pours his heart and soul into his music which reflects his life as moved from living in Louisiana to becoming one of the biggest names in country music today. Adkins is not only a singer but has also recently begun acting and writing.

Brochure printing is often used for events like this, not just to promote the event, but as a take-home souvenir too. Tickets are on sale now for the June 18th concert, and prices are $62.25 for orchestra, $51.55 for terrace and $41.35 for balcony seating, and doors open at 8:00 PM.

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