Hard rockers Queensryche will be making their way to the Sturgis concert stage as they join ZZ Top, Toby Keith and Brantley Gilbert at the 2013 Largest Music Festival in Motorcycling. Queensryche will be brining their hit “Silent Lucidity,” among others, to the Wolfman Jack stage to melt your ear drums on Friday, Aug. 2, 2013.
Queensryche was formed in 1981 and hit the ground running with the release of a four track EP in 1982. The hard rock riffs of Queensryche has been played generation through generation, releasing 12 albums and gaining popularity worldwide, often playing to sold out shows. Known for legendary rock songs “Silent Lucidity,” “I Don’t Believe in Love,” “Jet City Woman,” and “Revolution Calling,” Queensryche brings a rock solid show to any stage they set foot on, including at the Sturgis Music Festival.
Queensryche is sure to rock the revving motorcycle crowd at the Sturgis Music Festival with their hits from one of their 12 albums that have sold more than 30 million worldwide. This is one band that you will not want to miss, for to miss a Queensryche Sturgis concert is to miss out on once-in-a-lifetime memories and ear splitting rock riffs.