Aerosmith, Toby Keith, Kid Rock tapped to celebrate Harley anniversary

Aerosmith, Toby Keith and Kid Rock will each headline a night at the 110th anniversary of Harley-Davidson over Labor Day weekend at the motorcycle chain's hometown of Milwaukee.

Aerosmith, Toby Keith and Kid Rock will each headline a night at the 110th anniversary of Harley-Davidson over Labor Day weekend at the motorcycle chain's hometown of Milwaukee.

The three-day event will take over the city's Henry Maier Festival Grounds and will feature Aerosmith headlining Thursday, Aug. 29; Toby Keith Friday, Aug. 30; and Kid Rock wrapping up the weekend Saturday, Aug. 31. Those performances, which will take place at Marcus Amphitheater on the festival grounds, are just the icing on the celebration cake, as each day will also feature a handful of bands, as well as organized rides, a custom bike show and parades, among other options.

Tickets for the three headlining performances, which will be sold separately from the rest of the celebration, go on sale Monday, May 6, via the event's website. Celebration passes to the rest of the event are available now.

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All three headlining acts have recent albums to support. Aerosmith dropped its 15th studio effort, "Music from Another Dimension!," in November, around the same time Kid Rock unveiled his latest release, "Rebel Soul." Country superstar Toby Keith's last studio album, "Hope of the Rocks," surfaced in October.

Full lineup

Thursday, Aug. 29
Whiskey of the Damned
Lynyrd Skynyrd (H.O.G. members only)
Elvin Bishop
Blue Oyster Cult
Dropkick Murphys
The Doobie Brothers
Joan Jett and the Blackhearts
Lupe Fiasco

Friday, Aug. 30
Gabriel Sanchez & The Prince Experience
Mad Mex
Jonathan Tyler and the Northern Lights
ZZ Ward
Shooter Jennings
The Dirty Heads
Foxy Shazam
ZZ Top
Gaslight Anthem
Sublime with Rome
Buckcherry

Saturday, Aug. 31
D.B. Bryant Band
Moderatto
The White Buffalo
Tyler Bryant & the Shakedown
The Whigs
Halestorm
Katey Sagal & The Forest Rangers
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Brantley Gilbert

 

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