Introducing Road to Sturgis

Have you ever wondered what life on the road is like? We're following Midnight Mob, The Grizzled Mighty, and Low Volts as they travel to Sturgis, SD to perform at the Sturgis Buffalo Chip. These rockin' bands were selected through an exclusive ReverbNation opportunity to play along a lineup that includes Kid Rock, Miranda Lambert, Willie Nelson, and more. Over the next few weeks, they'll be documenting their journey with GoPros, photos, and more to give you an inside look at what life is really like. Come along for the ride and get to know the bands.

Take an inside look at life on the road with Midnight Mob, The Grizzled Mighty, and Low Volts. Road to Sturgis promises to take you on each band’s journey as the make their way to Sturgis Buffalo Chip to perform at the biggest motorcycle rally in the U.S.. Follow three unique bands, all with different stories, each coming from different parts of the country, but with one mission — making it to Sturgis, South Dakota for the performance of a lifetime.

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Midnight Mob
Four-piece rock ‘n’ roll band Midnight Mob are no strangers to the festival circuit and are playing a slew of shows on their way to Sturgis. Their signature rock meets punk with a touch of blues and soul sound is infectious, and their live shows are nothing short of memorable with badass babe Blackey Deathproof on lead vocals.
Set Times: August 6 – opening for 3 Doors Down on the Wolfman Jack Stage and August 7 closing for Kid Rock on the Kinison Stage

The Grizzled Mighty
Seattle-based gritty rock ‘n’ rollers The Grizzled Mighty are a force to be reckoned with. Their psychedelic, Southern rock pulsates venues and it’s impossible to not to dance and move around at their shows.
Set Times: August 8 closing for Lynyrd Skynyrd on the Kinison Stage and August 9 opening for Cheap Trick and Texas Hippie Coalition at the Sturgis Buffalo Chip amphitheater

Low Volts
Low Volts is an electrifying one-man, dirty-blues-rock n’ roller living in Nashville, and recently finished a 28-stop nationwide tour with Brian Setzer Orchestra. Armed with just an electric guitar, mic and a tambourine-laden bass drum, his shows are mesmerizing as he fills rooms with pure rock ‘n’ roll grit.
Set Times: August 10 – opening for Reverend Horton Heat and Five Finger Death Punch on the Wolfman Jack Stage

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