Uncle Kracker To Headline September 2nd Freeboot Friday | Eastern North Carolina Now | Freeboot Friday, the official pep rally of all ECU home football games, will kick off the 2022 season with headlining act Uncle Kracker.

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    GREENVILLE, NC     Freeboot Friday, the official pep rally of all ECU home football games, will kick off the 2022 season with headlining act Uncle Kracker. Join Uptown Greenville and the City of Greenville on September 2nd from 5:30pm-8:30pm in Five Points Plaza for this free concert.

    Uncle Kracker is a multi-platinum selling artist, with #1 hits such as "Follow Me," "Smile," and Kenny Chesney duet "When TheSun Goes Down." His Dobie Gray cover of "Drift Away" set a Billboard record for most weeks at #1 on any chart, a staggering 28 weeks.

    Uncle Kracker will be showcasing his tried and true hits along with some new tunes in sheds across the country. His live show continues to get bigger and better with every tour. "It's very interactive," he says. "It's meant to be a party, and I want everybody involved. Each time we go on stage, I want people to leave smiling." He has played sold-out shows across the country and appeared everywhere from the American Country Music Awards to Late Night With Conan O'Brien.

    For more information, please contact kyle@uptowngreenville.com.

    Website Article: https://www.uptowngreenville.com/events/uncle-kracker/


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