Country music’s John Anderson, Jaida Dreyer among performers set for race weekend concerts near Martinsville Speedway
Legacy country music act John Anderson and up-and-coming performer Jaida Dreyer will be part of the musical action Oct. 26-27, as the Rooster Walk festival takes over the Turn 5 Concert Grounds by Martinsville Speedway for race weekend to put on some shows.
The shows will raise money for three organizations — the Virginia Wounded Warriors Project, Martinsville’s Carlisle School, and a charity to be selected by whoever wins the pole for the Oct. 28 Tums Fast Relief 500.
Anderson, known for such hits as “Seminole Wind” and “Swingin,’” headlines on Oct. 26 (Friday. His set begins at 9 p.m. Martinsville acts Fatz and Broken Glass will open the show.
Dreyer, who recently made her Grand Ole Opry debut in Nashville, Tenn., headlines on Oct. 27, with Rebel Guns opening the show, and possibly another group to be announced.
The Turn 5 Concert Grounds are adjacent to Martinsville Speedway’s campground entrance.
Tickets are $10 each, with $15 advance tickets for both nights. Buy them at roosterwalk.com.
Now check out some of Dreyer’s music.