The Best Party Anywhere just got as chart-topping rockers, Adelitas Way, joins the legendary Concert lineup at the Sturgis Buffalo Chip with Shinedown and Finding Clyde on Aug. 4th during the Sturgis rally. This triple threat of some of the hottest bands in modern rock brings a one of a kind concert experience to Largest Music Festival in Motorcycling™.
Adelitas Way took the hard rock world by storm in 2009 as they emerged from Las Vegas, Nevada with their hit “Invincible” which was used as the theme song for the WWE Superstars TV show. Blasting powerful lyrics and brave new sound, Adelitas Way is leading the wave of new American rock bands. Adelitas Way is ready to crank out their hard rock hits like “Dirty Little Thing”, “Last Stand”, “Closer To You”, “Scream” and “Sick”.
“The Sturgis Buffalo Chip is known for offering a great mix of music during our 9 day music festival,” says Rod Woodruff, owner of Sturgis Buffalo Chip. “Shinedown, Adelitas Way and Finding Clyde are three modern rock powerhouse bands that are sure to entertain and leave fans breathless with their great show when they hit the Chip stage. Campers and rally goers are in for a wild ride.”
Get ready to rock the Largest Music Festival in Motorcycling™. The chart-topping Rockers Finding Clyde, Adelitas Way and, Shinedown, are bringing their hard rock and fist pumping performance to the Sturgis Buffalo Chip on Saturday, August 4th, 2012. Fresh off their new albums, Adelitas Way with Home School Valedictorian, and Shinedown with Amaryllis, the groups are ready to blast the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally crowd with their legendary American rock.
Adelitas Way brings their hard rock show to an already stellar lineup of Sturgis concerts during the motorcycle rally including Journey, Shinedown, Buckcherry, Eric Church, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Candlebox, Finding Clyde, Sugarland, Loverboy, Boston, Zac Brown Band and many more. Passes to see this spectacular Finding Clyde / Adelitas Way / Shinedown show and more of the best Sturgis rally music and entertainment are available now at www.buffalochip.com.