Country music singer/songwriter Annie Bosko will make her first appearance ever at Las Vegas Motor Speedway as she performs the national anthem prior to the South Point 400 on Sunday, October 15.

Bosko, the daughter of a Californian farmer and the middle child of five, has been praised by Rolling Stone as a country artist to watch. Both her parents greatly influenced Bosko's unique style. Her father was the one to introduce her to music from Patsy Cline, which influenced her appreciation of classic country. He also exposed her to major artists like The Beatles and the Beach Boys. On the other hand, Bosko's mother broadened her diverse musical palette with pop female vocalists such as Whitney Houston and Celine Dion.

She began singing in church at a young age and performing her original music at local clubs. Bosko's talent and vocals have attracted the attention of icons like Adele, with whom she shared a stage, to writing songs that have been recorded by legends such as Willie Nelson. Bosko's new music features collaborations with a few of her musical heroes, Vince Gill and Dwight Yoakam.

For the second year in a row, LVMS annual fall NASCAR weekend will offer fans a FREE Friday that will kick off with a NASCAR Cup Hauler Parade around LVMS on Friday morning, October 13, and follow with Xfinity practice and qualifying later that day. Racing action will conclude Friday night with The Star Nursery 150 ARCA Menards Series West race at the iconic Bullring, where race fans can attend for as low as $30, and kids 12 and under can attend for free.

For tickets or more information on the South Point 400, visit or call 1-800-644-4444. Weekend and single-day tickets are still available; race-day tickets for kids 12 and under are just $10 and free on Friday and Saturday with the advance purchase of an adult ticket.