Raleigh Keegan will take the stage for the next Kentucky Football Pregame Concert on Saturday before the Wildcats host Tennessee.

The concert will take place on the stage in the plaza outside Gate 12 of Kroger Field. Keegan will play immediately following the Cat Walk presented by Chevy, which is set to begin at 5:15 p.m. The game between the Wildcats and Volunteers will kick off at 7:30 p.m.

Raleigh Keegan is a singer-songwriter whose dynamic performances mix country, rock and soul in a laid-back style which can be attributed to his Ohio upbringing by adoptive parents after being “born in a jail cell,” as one of his songs states. He has come a long way since those humble beginnings, establishing himself as a proud Kentucky resident and performing in 20 states across the Midwest, South, Northeast and Southwest.

Keegan was a finalist in UK’s preseason Open for the Cats fan voting contest, where he was edged out by Walker Montgomery to play the season-opening concert. Montgomery will sing the national anthem before Saturday’s game.

Tickets for Kentucky’s return to Kroger Field are on sale now and can be purchased at UKFootballTix.com. Ticket offerings also include Finish Packs – three-game packages for UK’s final three home games of the season against Tennessee, Ole Miss and Louisville starting at $144.

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For more information contact:
Guy Ramsey

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