Dealership announces 16-date concert schedule; kicks off with Scotty McCreery
January 21, 2014
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A.D. Farrow Co. and Centennial-Park Harley-Davidson welcome country music sensation Scotty McCreery to Columbus, Ohio as the first of 16 acts in their "A.D. Farrow Co. Pop-Up Performance Series." Scotty will be in central Ohio Thursday, January 23rd. America’s Oldest Harley Dealer will host Scotty at their Centennial-Park Harley-Davidson store in Pataskala, Ohio. Second in line to perform in the Pop-Up Series will be David Allan Coe at The Bluestone for the A.D. Farrow Co. Harley-Davidson 3rd Annual Easyriders After Party.
Scotty McCreery, the 2011 American Idol winner, was born October 9, 1993. Clear as Day, Scotty’s debut album, has been certified platinum in the Unites States. Scotty is making history in the county music scene by being the youngest man to open at the top of the chart with his debut release. In addition, Scotty is the first country music act to debut at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 with his first studio album.
A.D. Farrow Co. and Centennial Park Harley-Davidson will be giving away tickets to see Scotty perform at Centennial-Park in Pataskala, Ohio for what will undeniably be a once in a lifetime opportunity. Winners should arrive at the dealership no later than 11:30am to see Scotty perform beginning at 12:00. To win tickets to see Scotty perform, click here.
The world famous family of dealerships plans to host several Pop-Up Performances at their three locations in Sunbury, Columbus, and Pataskala as well as host additional performances at the A. D. Farrow Co. and Centennial-Park Harley-Davidson Performance Studio.
The A.D. Farrow Co. Pop-Up Performance Series will also include two huge charitable rides that will begin at dealership locations and end at musical festivals. Country music stars and local radio celebrities, Zuko and Woody, will be leading the rides. To end the rides, the company plans to give away a Harley-Davidson motorcycle via a raffle. Proceeds raised from the bike raffle will benefit Wounded Warrior.
The company is no stranger to hosting monumental fundraising rides. In 2011 A.D. Farrow Co. hosted The Dierks Bentley Miles and Music for Kids event held in Columbus and raised approximately $149,000.