Gladiators to have country night March 28 vs. Kalamazoo
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The Atlanta Gladiators of the ECHL will have country night on March 28 versus the Kalamazoo Wings at the Infinite Energy Arena in Duluth. The Gladiators are encouraging fans to attend the contest and a post game concert performed by Duluth's own Hamrick & Haynes. 

The Gladiators will also be raffling off two tickets to future concerts at the Infinite Energy Arena. The concerts are being performed by Little Big Town on April 21 and Sugarland on August 2.

Little Big Town has won three Grammy Awards over the years. They won in 2013 for "Pontoon", in 2016 for "Girl Crush" and in 2018 for "Better Man". All three songs won awards in the Best Country Duo/Group Performance category. Sugarland won two Grammy Awards for the song "Stay" in 2009.  

There will also be two interesting drink specials that night. Fans can purchase Lynchburg lemonade (made with Jack Daniels) and All-American lemonade (made with vodka). 

The Gladiators are battling for a playoff spot in the ECHL's South Division. With six games to go, the Gladiators are in fourth place and have a six point lead over the Jacksonville Icemen and Norfolk Admirals. The Icemen currently have two games in hand on the Gladiators, however. 

Like the Gladiators, the game is extremely important for the Wings. They are at 68 points and are tied for fourth place in the Central Division with the Kansas City Mavericks and two points up on the Indy Fuel. 

For tickets to see the Gladiators and Wings at the Infinite Energy Arena in Duluth on March 28, please click here.