2012 Sturgis Rally. Modern Rock At The Buffalo Chip On Saturday August 4th.

Building a sustainable motorcycle business for the future includes addressing Generation X & Y as your prime targets. Many in the industry already do it, and many activities during the big rallies reflect such priorities. As example, during the 2012 Sturgis Rally, the 9-day Buffalo Chip Music Festival will mix Classic Rock & Roll and Country Music with Modern Rock bands of the youngest generation. On Saturday Aug 4, 2012 on its main stage, the Buffalo Chip will offer a triple threat of Modern Rock as two of today’s hottest chart topping bands, Adelitas Way and Finding Clyde join previously announced Shinedown for a one of a kind concert experience.

Adelitas Way, from Las Vegas, Nevada took over the hard rock scene in 2009 with their mainstream hit “Invincible” which was used as the theme song for the WWE Superstars TV show. Known for their edgy music and empowering lyrics, Adelitas Way is leading the pack of young American active rock bands that have found a home with listeners that hunger for a brave new sound. Buffalo Chip campers and rally goers look forward to hearing Adelitas Way crank out hits such as “Sick”, “Dirty Little Thing”, “Last Stand”, “Closer To You” and “Scream”

Finding Clyde is a band that features three family members and a close friend. The group’s tight bonds have led to their unique signature sound that has garnished them recognition from Active Radio stations around the country. Haling from Michigan, Finding Clyde brings grit and passion to their music and to their on stage performances. Cut from the tradition of great American Rock ‘n Roll bands, Finding Clyde is set to take the Buffalo Chip main stage by storm on Aug 4, 2012, expected to play some of their break through hits such as “Let Me Be”, Get Higher”, ‘Feels The Same” and “Answer Me”.

 You can buy all concert tickets and make your lodging reservations (tents/RV’s/Cabins) by calling (605)347-9000 or online at Buffalo Chip.

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11 Responses to “2012 Sturgis Rally. Modern Rock At The Buffalo Chip On Saturday August 4th.”


  1. 1 Romeo May 24th, 2012 at 10:15 am

    I don’t know these 2 bands, yet…

  2. 2 Rodent May 24th, 2012 at 9:47 pm

    Only problem is these bands followers don’t do motorcycles..they do Facebook

  3. 3 The Supreme Team May 25th, 2012 at 9:38 am

    Adelita’s Way’s a pretty decent metal band. They play them constantly around Vegas radio stations with them being local and such. The other band, never heard them before.
    Either way…Buffalo Chip has made me a believer with bands I didn’t care if I ever saw…great vibe with all the people having a good time. Looking forward to Boston and Journey this year!

  4. 4 Jeff May 25th, 2012 at 9:56 am

    I’ve been a fan of Adelitas Way for couple years now but Finding clyde, I’m not familiar with but will def check out. I am 33 years of age, a big fan of this type music, I “DO” motorcycles….DAILY. I don’t & never will “DO” facebook or any other bullshit media outlet. I’m not tryin to be a dick Rodent, just clearing up a common stereotype placed on the younger gen. I think it’s a great idea to incorporate some newer type rock with some of these events/rally.

  5. 5 Rebecca May 25th, 2012 at 10:09 am

    It’s about time! I’m so sick of almost dead 70’s and 80’s hair bands. If I hear one more George Thorogood song at a rally I’m going to scream…LOL

  6. 6 Jeff May 25th, 2012 at 10:32 am

    Haaaha…..I’d rather take an ass-whooping than have to listen to some cover band whale out their version of “Back in Black” or “Freebird” I grew up listening to this music, but damn – it’s been played enough.

  7. 7 Johnny Wolf May 25th, 2012 at 11:22 am

    Hey Rodent, you know not what you say. Open your eyes and wake up….not everyone at the rallies sport doo rags, chaps, sleeveless denim shirts and like to here “Born To Be Wild, Bad To The Bone, or Free Bird, or Midnight Rider for the 100,000th time.

  8. 8 Harlan May 28th, 2012 at 7:59 am

    Rod is always thinking and doing. Always moving Forword!

  9. 9 Otis May 28th, 2012 at 8:27 am

    Embrace the youth and respect the experienced. H-D is trying to do the same. It’s a good idea.

  10. 10 Sara Brown May 29th, 2012 at 7:04 am

    Dont care for the bands ….but I strongly agree with Johnny Wolf….either way ….see ya’s there 🙂

  11. 11 Biker Week Aug 21st, 2012 at 8:43 pm

    These guys Rocked Sturgis!

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