Travis Tritt Takes Over Presque Isle Downs & Casino

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Wednesday, August 19th, 2015 at 1:00 PM
Travis Tritt Takes Over Presque Isle Downs & Casino by Alex Bieler
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It’s not often that you’ll find an artist who’s performed at a World Series game, two Super Bowls, and an Olympic ceremony, but Travis Tritt is not your ordinary musician. The Grammy Award-winning country star will be in Erie Friday, Aug. 28 as part of Presque Isle Downs & Casino’s Outdoor Summer Series.

Ever since his first No. 1 single with “Help Me Hold On” in 1990, Tritt has endeared himself to country fans with his Southern rock-inspired tunes, earning him four Country Music Association awards. Now you have the chance to see Tritt dip into his deep discography for a special live performance right in Northwest Pennsylvania. – Alex Bieler

8 p.m. // 8199 Perry Hwy. // presqueisledowns.com

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