James Otto Comes Back Home to Tri-Cities for Concert at TRAC
KENNEWICK, Wash.-- On Friday, May 29th a country music star is making a big homecoming.
James Otto is scheduled to play in Pasco. We talked to Otto who tells us he grew up in Benton City and graduated from Ki-Be High School.
He then joined the Navy and later moved to Nashville to pursue a singing career. He says he's very excited about coming back home to play his music.
"Benton City is my home town, it's one of those places I'll never forget, I know the Tri-Cities like the back of my hand, it's been years and years that I've lived there, and I have a lot of friends that are there, so I feel a deep connection to it, I feel like my childhood is there," said Country Singer James Otto.
The concert is on Friday May 29th at the TRAC center in Pasco. Doors open at 6 p.m. and shows starts at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are still available for $15. Law enforcement and armed forces staff get in for free. Veterans are included.