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Trace Adkins to Perform at USFL Playoffs in Canton


Trace Adkins announced on Tuesday (June 7) that he will be performing at the inaugural USFL Playoff games to be held on Saturday, June 25 at Tom Benson Stadium at the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton.

“Everybody in my organization, my family, we’re thrilled about the chance to go to Canton and be a part of this,” Adkins said during a USFL press conference. “And I’ve been through the museum and I’ve been there at the field, and it’s a great opportunity to go back again and I’m just looking forward to it.”

The USFL Playoff game tickets include a 30-minute performance by the multi-platinum singer at no extra charge.  Adkins will take the stage at the conclusion of the first of two playoff games, which starts at 3pm. The second playoff game begins at 8pm. Both games will be televised — the first broadcast on Fox and the second on NBC.

“I’m just very proud to be associated with this inaugural season of the USFL,” Adkins added. “My friends at Fox have been great to work with, and I’ve been thrilled to see the support that the USFL has got from Fox and NBC, and everybody — it’s just been great.”

Tickets start at $15 and include both playoff games and Adkins’ concert. They can be purchased at Tickets are $5 for children under age 15. Reserved tickets with club access cost $30 for adults and $15 for children under 15.

The USFL championship game between the division winners will be on Sunday, July 3 at Tom Benson Stadium. General admission tickets are $20 for the championship and $40 for reserved seating with club access (and half that price for kids 15 and under).

In the semi-final playoffs, the New Jersey Generals will play against the Philadelphia Stars in the North Division for a spot in the USFL championship. In the South, the undefeated Birmingham Stallions are waiting to find out if they’ll take on the New Orleans Breakers or Tampa Bay Bandits.

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