Danielle Peck, whose hit single "I Don't" has soared up the country music charts, will headline in   the Neon Garage prior to Saturday's Smith's Las Vegas 350 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.

Peck, who has opened for many notable stars including Toby Keith, is scheduled to appear on the Neon Garage stage at 4:15 p.m. Peck also will serve as the race's grand marshal and will give the command to start engines prior to the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series event.

Peck will be joined in the Neon Garage by Cowboy Crush.  The all-female country quintet is headlining this weekend at the South Point Hotel & Casino and will take the Neon Garage stage at 3:30 p.m.  Halfway To Hazard, originally scheduled to appear in the Neon Garage, was forced to cancel due to a family emergency. Two Las Vegas-area bands will kick off the music in the Neon Garage at 12:30 p.m.

In addition to the Neon Garage entertainment, Mary Wilson will perform the National Anthem prior to Saturday night's race. Wilson won multiple awards as an original member of the Supremes, which was fronted by the legendary Diana Ross and recorded such hits as "Baby Love" and "Stop in the Name of Love."

Neon Garage passes are only $10 but must be accompanied by a race ticket. Race fans will be allowed to purchase Neon Garage passes at the speedway on Saturday.

Tickets for Saturday night's Smith's Las Vegas 350 are available by calling 1-800-644-4444, logging on to www.lvms.com or at the gate on race day.