Tickets for that Trace Adkins shows at Fort Bliss I told you about earlier are on sale. They're dirt cheap if you're active duty military.
The show, which is from 5-10 p.m. Oct. 5 at Biggs Park, is open to the public, who'll have to shell out $30 for GA seating on the ground ("low profile" beach chairs are suggested).
Tickets are $10 for anyone with a valid Department of Defense ID, which you must show at the gate.
And they're only 5 bucks for activity duty military, with ID, which must be shown at the entrance.
Tickets are on sale at the two ITR outlets on post -- the Freedom Crossing kiosk and the Soldier Activity Center, 20732 Constitution -- and you can get 'em online at mkcent.com.
Texas' own Aaron Watson and the BQ Girls, a vocal quartet comprised of women who've competed, and won, beauty contests run by Donald Trump, including 2005 Miss USA Chelsea Cooley.
Adkins, who won Trump's "The Celebrity Apprentice," is best known for the novelty hit "Honky Tonk Badonkadonk," but had a string of hits in the late '90s and early '00s, including "(This Ain't) No Thinkin' Thing" and "I Left Something Turned On at Home," before "Badonkadonk" took his stardom to a new level in '05.
He followed that with hits such as "Ladies Love Country Boys" and "You're Gonna Miss This."
Adkins, a former college football player, first competed on "The Celebrity Apprentice" in 2008. He won the all-star version this year.
His military connections include tours for the USO and his role as a spokesman for the Wounded Warrior Project.