Harley-Davidson added John Fogerty, Uncle Cracker and Two-Day Tickets for Milwaukee 110th Anniversary Celebration
Rider Magazine Staff
July 10, 2013
Filed under Latest News
The Harley-Davidson 110th Anniversary Celebration in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, over Labor Day weekend is fast approaching, with non-stop events geared toward all kinds of Harley fans—riders, locals, visitors and families. The three-day event (August 29-31, 2013) is expected to draw 100,000 motorcycles and will be highlighted by 60-plus bands and a massive motorcycle parade.
In addition to the three-day ticket already being sold, Harley-Davidson has created a two-day ticket option that was driven by customer feedback as many nationwide reached out requesting more ticketing options.
The two-day ticket is $79 plus convenience fees and is now available at www.h-d.com/110tickets. The ticket is good for any two days of the three-day party. The three-day ticket sells for $95 plus convenience fees. Harley-Davidson will not offer one-day tickets.
The tickets provide access to the 110th Anniversary party headquarters—the Milwaukee Summerfest Grounds. During the three-day event, fans can see dozens of bands on five different stages ranging from emerging stars to legendary groups, as well as check out police and H.O.G. motorcycle stunts, precision riding shows and special Harley-Davidson product displays and exhibits.
A headlining concert will be held each night of the event, and a UFC fight will be held Saturday night (Aug. 31). Country superstar Toby Keith will take the stage Aug. 29, Rock n’ Roll Hall-of-Famers Aerosmith will perform Aug. 30 and Kid Rock will be the headline performer on Aug. 31 at Marcus Amphitheater. Country music singer-songwriter Kip Moore will open for Toby Keith. Rocker Uncle Kracker will open for Kid Rock, while music legend John Fogerty will sit in with the American ‘Badass’ for one set during Kid Rock’s concert Aug. 31.
The UFC 164 Harley-Davidson Hometown Throwdown at the BMO Harris Bradley Center will be held on Saturday evening, Aug. 31. The card will feature more than 10 bouts, including a UFC Lightweight Championship challenge between the current champion Benson Henderson and top contender TJ Grant and a fight between two former UFC Heavyweight champions—Frank Mir and Josh Barnett.
Tickets for all three concerts and the UFC fight are available at h-d.com/110tickets.
The complete Harley-Davidson 110th Anniversary Summerfest music schedule and other events news can be found at h-d.com/110.