Sturgis, SD (June 26, 2014) – Motorsports Music and Motorcycle Festival guests can grab one final fistful of Rally-style rock ‘n’ roll on the last Saturday of the Sturgis Buffalo Chip’s 2014 Festival with performances from Buckcherry, Sevendust and A Course of Action. Screaming hot, heavy metal rockers, Buckcherry, will headline this last-chance bash on the Wolfman Jack Main Stage Saturday, Aug. 9, taking the party to a new crescendo and ending the Sturgis Rally on a high note with hits such as “Crazy Bitch” and “Sorry.”
A Course of Action will drive the beat in the right direction and get the party started at 7 p.m. Then as things get hot and sweaty, Sevendust will ratchet up the action with new hits and old favorites at 8:30 p.m. Sevendust will shred tunes such as “Enemy” and “Black” with its trademark alternative metal styling, driving the audience to its feet before Buckcherry takes over at 10:30 p.m.
“We pulled together a great line-up for the final day of the Rally this year,” said Rod Woodruff, Sturgis Buffalo Chip President. “The whole Festival is amazing but we wanted to send off the 2014 Rally with a bang.”
The full headline concert line-up for the Buffalo Chip’s nine-day Motorcycle and Music Festival published at www.buffalochip.com is:
Friday, Aug. 1 – Loverboy and Friday Fest with six bands, dance troupes and free beer
Saturday, Aug 2 – The Cult, Queensrÿche and Lovebettie
Sunday, Aug. 3 – Lynyrd Skynyrd, Collective Soul and Jared James Nichols
Monday, Aug. 4 – Zac Brown Band, John Mayall and 4onthefloor
Tuesday, Aug. 5 – Mötley Crüe – The Final Tour with Alice Cooper, and Sweet Cyanide
Wednesday, Aug. 6 – ZZ Top. Florida Georgia Line and Winner of the Big Sturgis Gig
Thursday, Aug. 7 – Train, Pop Evil and Pistol Day Parade
Friday, Aug. 8 –Cheap Trick, The Pretty Reckless and Sweet Cyanide
Saturday, Aug. 9 – Buckcherry, Sevendust and A Course of Action
More than forty bands will be performing this year on the seven Buffalo Chip stages scattered throughout the campground. Passes for the Largest Music Festival in Motorcycling™ may be reserved online at www.buffalochip.com or by calling 605-347-9000.