Bruce Springsteen To Rock Harley-Davidson 105th Anniversary Celebration

Harley-Davidson’s 105th Anniversary Celebration in late August is shaping up as the music event of 2008 with today’s announcement that Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band, along with Billboard 200’s top-selling artist Daughtry, will headline separate concerts over the course of the four-day event in Milwaukee. Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band will perform a concert on Saturday evening, August 30, at a venue Harley-Davidson has dubbed Roadhouse at the Lakefront, located just north of the Milwaukee Art Museum. Daughtry, who burst onto the music scene in 2006 to become today’s hottest-selling artist, will perform at the Summerfest grounds, also on Saturday evening, August 30. Additional acts include Los Lonely Boys, Black Crowes, ZZ Top, Peter Frampton and Buddy Guy. These artists, along with Daughtry and others will perform during two days of entertainment and activities at the Summerfest grounds on Friday, August 29 and Saturday, August 30, 2008.
Admission to the Daughtry concert at the Summerfest grounds is included with the two-day Harley-Davidson 105th Anniversary Celebration ticket package. Admission to the Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band concert requires a separate ticket purchase in addition to the Harley-Davidson 105th Anniversary Celebration ticket. Ticket packages are currently on sale for $60.00 plus $5.00 tax, shipping and handling at Harley Davidson 105th.    

3 Responses to “Bruce Springsteen To Rock Harley-Davidson 105th Anniversary Celebration”

  1. 1 hoyt Jan 30th, 2008 at 1:56 pm

    I’m all for a party and Springsteen knows how to bring it, but what is so special about the One Hundred and FIFTH anniversary?

    Are they going to introduce a special paint and model scheme every 5 years? Won’t this dilute the whole concept/value of the bigger anniversaries?

  2. 2 Nicker Jan 31st, 2008 at 1:53 am

    So, zat mean Elton didn’t make the “A” list…?


  3. 3 Rodent Jan 31st, 2008 at 10:29 am

    I’m going to pass on the 105thand prepare for the 106th which will be monumental

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