Tesla Added to 2013 Sturgis Buffalo Chip Music Festival

Tesla will rock the Buffalo Chip Music Festival at Sturgis

Tesla will rock the Buffalo Chip Music Festival at Sturgis

Sturgis Buffalo Chip Music Festival

The Sturgis Buffalo Chip today announced three more acts, Tesla, 4onthefloor and Jared James Nichols will join the already impressive 32nd annual Motorcycle and Music festival lineup during the 2013 Sturgis motorcycle rally.

Multi-platinum-selling rock legend, Tesla, joins country icon Toby Keith Tuesday Aug 6, guitar prodigy Jared James Nichols joins the Doobie Brothers and Kid Rock on Monday Aug 5, and foot stomping vocal growler 4onthefloor joins Halestorm and ZZ Top Sunday Aug 4.

The ever-expanding nine day Sturgis Buffalo Chip music festival lineup also includes Queensrÿche, The Cult, Buckcherry, Rob Zombie, Lynryd Skynyrd, Brantley Gilbert, Sublime with Rome, Alien Ant Farm, Fuel, and Lit.

Tesla’s 25-year musical journey has fostered a devoted following and generated a long list of hits that fans can expect to hear at the Sturgis Buffalo Chip. Songs like “Modern Day Cowboy,” “Love Song,” “Little Suzi,” “What You Give,” “Gettin’ Better” and “Signs” will keep fans on their feet and revving their engines during this Sturgis concert, making for a Tuesday night to remember. Information and campground admission passes are available at BuffaloChip.Com.

Rod Woodruff (President, Sturgis Buffalo Chip) says: “TESLA’s music captures the essence of the Chip,” says Rod Woodruff, president of the Sturgis Buffalo Chip. “Unpretentious and free-spirited, it’s Rock n Roll that festival fans can relate to.”

Concerts are free with camping and campground admission passes may be purchased for the entire festival or any portion thereof. Passes also grant guests access to the Bikini Beach swim paradise, 25 bars, thrilling exhibits, and outrageous events.

The annual Sturgis Buffalo Chip music festival runs July 29 through Aug. 11, 2013. More details are available at BuffaloChip.com or by calling (605) 347-9000.

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