Elle King Brings Dirt, Depth and Determination to the Chip’s August Music Festival

Embrace the Uncensored Musings of this Fiesty Entertainer Monday, Aug. 8

Get ready to fall under the spell of the gritty, gutsy and gorgeous sounds of singer Elle King when she takes to the Wolfman Jack Stage prior to Lynyrd Skynyrd on Monday, Aug. 8. This up-and-coming artist combines unapologetic rock’n’roll, vampy rhythm and blues and a slight twinge of country sadness for a stiff yet smooth musical cocktail that’s sure to get your party going.

Whatever you do, don’t let King’s ‘50s pin-up girl look fool you into thinking she’s America’s sweetheart. According to The New York Times, this spitfire is “a sassy, hard-drinking, love-’em-and-leave-’em hellion with bad tattoos and a broad pedigree across rock, pop and country.”

You won’t be able to wipe the smile from your face when you year the bouncy rhythm and biting innuendo of King’s Grammy-nominated, platinum-selling smash hit “Ex’s & Oh’s,” and that smile may even erupt into howling laughter should she decide to play her often covered, completely uncensored version of Khia’s “My Neck, My Back.”

King’s debut album “Love Stuff” has been receiving non-stop critical acclaim ever since its 2015 release, and her magnetic live shows at enormous festivals like Bumbershoot, Lollapalooza, Bonnaroo and SXSW have created a buzz louder than the roar of the entire Sturgis Rally.

Don’t miss your chance to see the bad girl everyone’s been buzzing about before she blows up into the next big mega-star Reserve your passes now!