The Last Road Trip of Summer

The Last Road Trip of Summer

Summer is almost over but not before we hit the road one last time! This Labor Day weekend we’re crossing the globe to visit the stomping grounds that rock.

We’ll stop in Seattle for coffee and some tasty grunge. We’ll take trip across the Golden Gate bridge to visit Metallica, Green Day and Faith No More. We’ll take a bite out of the Big Apple with KISS, Lenny Kravitz and the Pretty Reckless.

Our midwest tour will take us to Des Moines (Stone Sour), KC (Puddle of Mud), St. Louis (Gravity Kills). Chicago – Chevelle, Smashing Pumpkins, Disturbed.

And we’ll head overseas, England (Zeppelin, Ozzy, Radiohead), Denmark (Volbeat), Germany (Scorpions). And we’ll be in LA for a long time, because there’s a lot to hear.

Come along for the ride and some awesome music.

 

 

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