(TOLEDO, Ohio – July 22, 2014) – Lucas Oil Raceway today announced City of Peace recording artist and actor Blake Rayne will perform the national anthem prior to Friday’s SCOTT Get Geared Up 200.
Rayne, star in the upcoming movie “The Identical,” will also perform a concert prior to the ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards race.
Rayne will join Darcey & Mo and The Morph Kings. The comprised band, from of the upcoming motion picture “The Identical,” will perform a concert on the main at Lucas Oil Raceway as part of the ARCA Racing Summer Concert Series on Friday, July 25.
Rayne is new to the film world yet has years of stage experience. Rayne recently completed his original music from the motion picture, which releases nationwide on September 5. He plays the dual role of Drexel Hemsley and Ryan Wade. Rayne’s film debut also includes his performance of many of the original songs in the movie. Appearing with Rayne and also in the movie is R&B group, Darcey & Mo, and The Morph Kings, a throwback to Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, aka a taste to today’s Black Keys.
City of Peace Films, which produced The Identical movie, has entered into a strategic marketing partnership with Venturini Motorsports to assist in promoting the September 5th release date of the movie.
The Lucas Oil Raceway pre-race concert featuring Rayne will be the second of five concerts produced for the ARCA Summer Concert Series leading into mid-September.
Rayne and the band performed their high energy show this past weekend at Chicagoland Speedway prior to the ARCA/NASCAR Nationwide doubleheader.
More information on the full scope of the project partnership will be released in August. For more information please visit www.TheIdenticalMovie.com.The SCOTT Get Geared Up 200 presented by Federated Car Care will be broadcasted live on Fox Sports 1 on Friday, July 25 at 9:00pm ET. ARCAracing.com w
ill provide live timing and scoring of practice on Friday from 1:35pm-2:20pm and 3:00pm-3:45pm. Menard’s Pole Qualifying will take place on Friday at 5:30pm ET.
Tickets, for $20 - which is $10 off the gate price - are now on sale at Menards stores in Anderson, Avon, Bloomington, Camby, Carmel, Columbus, Fishers, Fort Wayne East, Fort Wayne South, Fort Wayne West, Greenwood, Indy East, Indy South, Kokomo, Lafayette South, Lebanon, Muncie, Richmond, Terre Haute and West Lafayette. Tickets for anyone 11 and under will be $10 at the gate.