Trace Adkins, Country Cruising to Make Good on Lost Performances
Country Cruising has partnered with Trace Adkins and his Nashville team to allow the January cruise attendees see all the performances that they unfortunately missed on this month's ship.
As you may recall, Adkins was allegedly involved in a fight with an impersonator on the cruise earlier this month, which may have spurred the singer to get off the ship in Jamaica and head straight to a rehab facility to treat his alcoholism.
The singer, his staff and Country Cruising are offering complimentary tickets to the passengers who were aboard the ship during the scuffle. Although he is still currently in rehab, guests can email firstname.lastname@example.org when Adkins begins touring again to inquire about their tickets.
To make sure the guests feel extra special after dealing with the drama surrounding the quarrel, they'll also get backstage passes and meet and greet tickets to the show.
The altercation was spurred by Adkins taking his first drink in over a decade and then allegedly confronting an impersonator. Love and Theft‘s Stephen Barker Liles said Adkins just couldn't take anymore, especially after the impersonator starting signing fake autographs with his name. As a result, Adkins debarked, and his ship performances were canceled.
The country star has battled with alcoholism before, and is no stranger to rehab. In 2001, Adkins plead guilty to a DUI charges. The following year, he entered a a 28-day treatment program. He completed the program at the Cumberland Heights Alcohol and Drug Treatment Center near Nashville.