Buffalo Chip News

Entries for April 2018


Chevelle and Queensrÿche will floor it into the red zone for the Sturgis Buffalo Chip®’s  checkered flag finale.

Sturgis, SD – The “Largest Music Festival in Motorcycling®” is packing the final night of its 2018 event with two of the top names in heavy metaldom, ending 9 days of virtual non-stop, world-class live music on a high note. The Chicago-based power trio Chevelle will headline on the Sturgis Buffalo Chip’s Wolfman Jack Stage on Saturday, Aug. 11, following a performance by progressive metal pioneers Queensrÿche.

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Theory of a Deadman to Top Off Explosive Night of AFT Championship Races at Buffalo Chip®

Rock and race fans with severe heart conditions warned to seek doctor’s approval before attending this night of intense action, thrilling moto-combat and high-energy rock!

Sturgis, SD – Driving adrenaline levels to the danger zone, the Sturgis Buffalo Chip is bringing one of the top names in alternative hard rock to top off a night of intense American Flat Track moto-combat. Theory of a Deadman will be taking the Wolfman Jack Stage immediately following the Buffalo Chip TT American Flat Track Grand National Championship races presented by Indian Motorcycle on Sunday, Aug. 5, 2018. This is set to be a really big show, incorporating groundbreaking visual effects and familiar favorites to the setlist of Theory’s own no. 1 hits.

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Pop Evil to Kick Off 2018 Rally at Sturgis Buffalo Chip®

Chart-topping rock stars will bust 2018 open with an explosive night of hard rock at "The Best Party Anywhere!" ®

Sturgis, SD – A strong knockout punch from chart-topping, metal-rockers Pop Evil will break open “The Best Party Anywhere!”® in 2018. The band’s crunchy guitars and propulsive metal rhythms will boost the party at the Sturgis Buffalo Chip into high gear straight out of the gate when they take the Wolfman Jack Stage onFriday, Aug. 3, 2018. To accommodate Pop Evil’s performance and provide a solid night of American country rock, The Marshall Tucker Band will move to Tuesday, Aug. 7 to open for former Staind frontman turned chart-topping, country-rock artist Aaron Lewis. Watch the announcement video here


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