Old Dominion will serve as grand marshal for the Ally 400 NASCAR Cup Series race on June 25 at the Nashville Superspeedway.
The chart-topping band received its eighth consecutive Academy of Country Music Awards nomination for Group of the Year earlier this spring and claimed the past five straight such accolades. They are set to give NASCAR’s Cup Series drivers the command to start their engines before the 6 p.m. CT race under the lights.
With eight No. 1 singles, Old Dominion has surpassed one billion on-demand streams, earned several Platinum and Gold single certifications and headlined arenas and amphitheaters around the globe.
“We’re honored to have Old Dominion serve as grand marshal for Middle Tennessee’s can’t-miss event of the summer,” says Nashville Superspeedway General Manager, Matt Greci. “The Ally 400 race week is one of NASCAR’s brightest stages, and it could not be more fitting for one of country music’s finest groups to be a part of this spectacular event.”
“NASCAR definitely brings us down Memory Lane, so to be asked to say the most famous words in motorsports at NASCAR’s Ally 400 race at Nashville Superspeedway is an honor and a privilege,” says Old Dominion. “We are excited to make even more NASCAR memories with our friends, family, and the NASCAR fans!”
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