1. The Riverboat Gamblers: If you are in the mood for energetic punk, then catch this show. Lets just say these guys may piss off a stagehand or two before the end of the show. I first saw The Riverboat Gamblers perform on the Warped Tour a few years ago and word behind the stage was they were the band to see. If other bands are talking, thatâ€™s good! Riverboat Gamblers play at 6:30pm on Thursday June 25th
2. Stevie Wonder: Because Rolling Stone has named him the ninth greatest singer of all time. And itâ€™s Stevie Wonder! Everyone should appreciate any opportunity to see him live at least once in their lifetime. You’ll be surprised at how many of his songs you actually know a lot of the words to. Stevie Wonder plays at 7pm on Sunday June 28th.
3. Judas Priest: Calling all metal heads to Summerfest at the Harley Davidson Roadhouse. Come one come all, park your bike, put on your Slayer shirts and throw up those pitchforks. The â€œMetal Godsâ€ are coming to take you away. Judas Priest plays at 10pm on Thursday July 2nd.
4. Kid Rock: There is nothing more entertaining than people watching at a Kid Rock show. The only concert I have ever been to where the motorcycle parking lot was larger than the car lot was at Lynyrd Skynyrd and Kid Rock. So maybe I took my top off and swung it above my head while watching some good rock and roll from atop my friendsâ€™ shoulders. Itâ€™s not my fault, thatâ€™s just what you do at these types of shows. And thatâ€™s why you should go. Oh and in case you didnâ€™t know, Kid Rock is a talented rocker. Iâ€™m sure heâ€™ll demonstrate for you at 7pm on Sunday July 5th.