UPDATE: 6/6/2024 to include Bret Michaels' ALL HIS KILLER POISON HITS Parti-Gras Tour on August 9th.

The famous Buffalo Chip in Sturgis, South Dakota, is making more concert announcements for the 2024 Motorcycle Rally and it's working its way into legendary status.

So far...

Friday, Aug. 2: Bad Wolves

Sunday, Aug. 4: Travis Tritt

Monday, Aug. 5: Quiet Riot / Aaron Lewis

Tuesday, Aug. 6: Dasha / Jelly Roll

Wednesday, Aug. 7: Hinder / Theory of a Deadman

Thursday, Aug. 8: Kid Rock (w/ appearance by South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem)

Friday, Aug. 9: Bret Michaels  ALL HIS KILLER POISON HITS Parti-Gras Tour!

Jelly Roll received huge accolades and made the nation cheer picking up the CMT Music Award for Male Video of the Year and the fan-voted People’s Choice Country Award for Male Artist of 2023 this week on national television.

“Not only is he one of the most popular country artists in the world right now, but he is also the number one requested artist to play the 84th Sturgis Rally according to Buffalo Chip social media polls. After seeing everyone’s requests for Jelly, we just had to have him here for a party like no other.” ~ Sturgis Buffalo Chip President Rod Woodruff via Black Hills Pioneer.

There will be more concert announcements coming soon and throughout the summer from the crew at the Buffalo Chip so stay tuned!

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Did you know you can reserve camping for the entire week that includes all of the concerts? Roughing it in your tent or the comforts of your own RV, this is the way to see all the shows and enjoy the party atmosphere of the entire rally!

The 2023 Rally concerts at the Buffalo Chip included ZZ Top, Koe Wetzel, Buckcherry, Steel Panther, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Lita Ford, Limp Bizkit, Styx, Def Leppard, Puddle of Mudd, REO Speedwagon, Whiskey Myers, George Thorogood & The Destroyers, Pop Evil, and more.

We're looking forward to another great Rally!

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