Keith Urban to Play at IMS

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One of the biggest stars in country music is set to headline a concert event the day before the 101st running of the Indianapolis 500. Four-time Grammy winner Keith Urban will take the stage May 27 as part of the annual Firestone Legends Day Concert.

The rest of the bill for the event includes Dustin Lynch and Clayton Anderson.

IMS President Doug Boles says "Firestone Legends Day has become an awesome way to celebrate the night before the Indianapolis 500 each year and having Keith Urban headline this year's concert is going to be fantastic. Keith's many chart-topping Billboard hits, along with his appreciation for racing, will give thousands of spectators a can't miss show to help celebrate the 101st Indy 500 Race Weekend."

Tickets are set to go on sale Monday January 16. In addition to the concerts, Legends Day will also feature the annual Public Drivers' Meeting on pit road, autograph sessions with the Indianapolis 500 starting field, former Indy 500 drivers and a memorabilia show. You can connect to more information by clicking here.

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