The Hog Washington Tour, featuring Christian singer Bryan Duncan, comes to the Tri-Cities on Aug. 26 at Life Church Tri-Cities, 1110 Stevens Drive in Richland.
Duncan, a four-time Dove Award winner, also has been nominated for multiple Grammy awards.
The concert starts at 6 p.m. But before the music begins, there will be an all-wheels show and shine from 2:30 to 5:45 p.m. in the church parking lot.
There will be motorcycles, cars, tractors, trucks and just about anything else you can put on wheels, as well as a bounce house for kids, organizers said. Admission is free to the concert, the show and shine and the bounce house.
There also will be a barbecue on site serving up pulled pork sandwiches, potato salad, baked beans, cole slaw and beverages. Cost for the barbecue is $8.
The event is made possible by a partnership between the Tri Area Trinity Riders from Sequim and Tri-Cities Cycles for Christ groups, which are chapters in the national Christian Motorcycle Association. The Trinity Riders are fronting the cost for bringing Duncan to Eastern Washing-ton. Proceeds from the barbecue benefit motorcycle club's annual mission fundraiser.
Duncan, 59, was the lead singer for the group Sweet Comfort Band before embarking on a solo singing career 27 years ago. He also performs with the NehoSoul Band and plays host to the Radio Rehab podcast on the internet.
His hits include Traces of Heaven, Things are Gonna Change, United We Stand and Don't Look Away, all from the Slow Revival album. He was inducted into the Christian Music Hall of Fame in 2007.
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