Top 5 Ways to Rock Out With Your Hawk Out-Live!
The first two weeks of August present a bounty of concerts and festivals to choose from. We can’t make them all, so careful choices have to be made to maximize your opportunity. Although some fans may want to pick one show over another, or take in one festival and skip the rest, follow our lead and you can brag about being at almost every important show and hear some of the best live music we’ve seen in recent summers. Fly along with us and Rock Out with your Hawk Out this summer.
Friday, August 5th
No More Mr. Nice Guy…The Evil Returns
Tuesday, August 9th
One of the world’s most iconic rock bands, will rock the Rimrock Auto Arena during their summer headlining tour with special guests New York Dolls.
Continuing to integrate the input of their fans, Mötley Crüe conducted a survey by listing every song they have ever recorded. Fans voted at Mötley.com for the final set list, which includes tracks the band hasn’t performed live together in almost 20 years.
Mötley Crüe’s drummer Tommy Lee shared that he will once again be thrill-seeking on the Crüe’s new “360″ drum rollercoaster. During his drum solo, Lee will be launched into multiple loops while continuing to perform.
Friday August 12th
Two days and two nights of world-class music in Downtown Billings. Magic City Blues is Montana’s Urban Music Festival. George Thorogood and The Destroyers take the Budweiser Stage Friday night at 10:30 pm.
Saturday August 13th
Bachman & Turner
You aint seen nothin’ yet!
After many years of fan demand, Randy Bachman and Fred Turner-two giants of rock n’ roll-are finally reuniting for the first time in more than 20 years. The musicians at the heart of legendary band Bachman-Turner Overdrive are ready to record and tour again as a new, full-throttle rock machine: Bachman & Turner. Reunited, Bachman & Turner are offering their legions of fans something new, and taking care of some “unfinished” business.
Rockin’ the Rivers has a great line-up Friday night with Great White, Uriah Heep and Creedence Clearwater Revisted, plus Pat Benatar and Neil Giraldo headline Sunday night. Camping is available for thne weekend.
Sunday, August 14th
Eddie Money and 38 Special