Experience a Southern Rock Renaissance during the Sturgis Rally
Submerge your soul in the muddy waters of swampy, guitar-laden Southern rock when the band that’s leading the charge on the genre’s resurgence makes its way to the legendary Wolfman Jack Stage. You’ll see things come full circle on Tuesday, Aug. 8 when Blackberry Smoke makes its Sturgis Buffalo Chip debut during the Moto Stampede prior to a performance from the almighty Lynyrd Skynyrd.
While Blackberry Smoke has continued to carry the torch of bands like Skynyrd and The Allman Brothers, their sound is derived from a synthesis of styles that reaches far beyond the bounds of the Southern rock genre. In one 90-minute set, the Atlanta-based band will take you on a ride through red dirt, send you blasting into a new realm of heavy metal psychedelia and funk things up with some soulful R&B
|Blackberry Smoke, Lynyrd Skynyrd & Two Wheel
|Tuesday, Aug. 8, 2017
|Buffalo Chip Amphitheater
|Find out why the band has generated consecutive no. 1 albums, leading the charge on Southern Rock’s resurgence.
|Reserve your passes now!
No matter how you choose describe Blackberry Smoke’s sound, you can’t deny the band works hard to do it right. The quintet’s blue-collar work ethic has generated consecutive no. 1 albums on the country charts—most recently 2016’s “Like an Arrow”—and it’s brought about collaborations with the likes of Chris Robinson of the Black Crowes and Bob Weir of the Grateful Dead.
With a road dog attitude that averages Blackberry Smoke 250 shows per year on tours with greats like ZZ Top and Gov’t Mule, this group has already lit up renowned venues all over the globe. Now you can be there when they cross the Legendary Sturgis Buffalo Chip off that list!
Don’t miss your chance to see a show that’ll prove that the South has risen again. Reserve your passes now to see Blackberry Smoke and Lynyrd Skynyrd on the same stage during the Sturgis Rally!
“The Buffalo Chip is a damn good time, and that’s why we keep going back. The concerts are fabulous, and the beer is cold.”
– Ruphus Armstrong
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