Rockers, Rollers & Riders kicks off this weekend at City Hall with Mighty 18 Wheeler and Hotgun

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This Sunday, May 29, City Hall is slated to kick off its new weekly Rockers, Rollers & Riders concert series with the Mighty 18 Wheeler and Hotgun, which features members of the Informants, Railbenders and GT & the Sidewinders. If you haven't heard about it yet, the weekly shows, Rockers, Rollers & Riders will run every Sunday until September 4, and feature rotating events with car, bike and scooter clubs, fashion and tattoo shows, gear swaps BBQ and more. KHOW's Peter Boyles hosts the show. Doors open at 1 p.m. and the festivities begin at 3 p.m. See the full line-up below.

  • May 25 - Mighty 18 Wheeler and Hotgun
  • June 5 - 4H Royalty
  • June 12 - Velvet Elvis
  • June 19 - The FTP Band
  • June 26 - The Cherry Poppin' Daddies and Redline Rockets
  • July 3 - Jonny Barber & the Rhythm Razors and the Vinyl Tops
  • July 10 - The Hillbilly Hellcats
  • July 17 - Ethyl & the Regulars
  • July 24 - Atomic Drifters
  • July 31 - The Hollyfelds
  • August 7 - The High Gear Daddies
  • August 14 - Cora Vette & Burlycute
  • August 21 - Mustang Lightning
  • August 28 - Lance Romance Trio
  • September 4 - The Calf Branders and special guests to be announced

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