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Luke Combs Announces Daytona 500 Performance on Valentine’s Day

by Kayla Zadel
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Luke Combs is going racing. The North Carolinian is announcing that he will be performing at the NASCAR Daytona 500 on Valentine’s Day.

This announcement came via Luke Combs’ Twitter. He writes, “Excited to announce I’ll be performing at the @DAYTONA 500 on February 14! Tune-in to @NASCARONFOX at 1 PM ET to see my performance. #DAYTONA500

“Hey race fans, I’m Luke Combs. If you love live music, be sure to catch my performance at the 2021 Daytona 500 Sunday, February 14th. I’ll see you there,” Combs says in the accompanying video. The singer-songwriter is standing in front of a garage door decorated with NASCAR race flags. Additionally, he’s flanked by a couple of Goodyear racing tires.

The official NASCAR Twitter account responds to Combs’ tweet with, “Let’s goooooo!”

Luke Combs Performing at NASCAR Season-Opener

The award-winning artist is performing at the DAYTONA 500 Pre-Race Show ahead of the 2021 NASCAR Cup Series season. According to NASCAR.com, Combs says that he is a longtime fan and he’s looking forward to the performance at the World Center of Racing.

“I grew up watching the NASCAR race every Sunday with my granddad; that was our thing,” said Combs. “I never could have imagined back then that I’d be playing the Daytona 500 one day, so this is super awesome and is something I’m really looking forward to.”

A limited number of fans will be at the pre-show performance because of COVID-19 restrictions. Additionally, the pre-show and race will be available for fans to watch at home on FOX.

“The tradition of the Daytona 500 Pre-Race Show has been an incredibly popular hit with race fans,” Daytona International Speedway President Chip Wile said. “Luke has been one of the most influential country music stars over the last few years and his fan appeal is incredible. It’s a bonus, too, that he loves our sport. He will help get another thrilling DAYTONA 500, as well as a new NASCAR season, off to an exciting start.”