Red White And Boom To Go On Despite Rain

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Updated: 7/05/2013 6:01 pm
Despite the rain, country music fans gathered at Whitaker Bank Ballpark in Lexington Friday night for Red, White, and Boom.

Nine country music acts including Rodney Atkins, Josh Thompson, Randy Houser, and Cassadee Pope are set to perform for the crowd. This is the first the Red, White, and Boom concert has been sold out. Organizers said times of the acts could change due to the weather, and some could be cancelled. Some fans said no matter how much it rains tonight, they're going to stick it out.

"I think it will make it more fun actually, being a little bit different, we're usually at an indoor concert, so I think it will fun with the kids to get out and muddy or whatever, we're ready," said Kristina Williams.

The concert is expected to kick off at 6 p.m.
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