A dance troupe ready to soar on silk and light a fire!
Sturgis, SD – The Flaunt Girls will leave audiences dazed and amazed when they perform their full show with aerial acrobatics on the Wolfman Jack Stage prior to Skid Row on Friday, Aug. 2. The dance troupe will also be performing nightly and offering their renowned ‘School of Burlesque’ on the Buffalo Chip’s Kinison Stage at the Flaunt Playground. Each show is uniquely different; part dance, part cirque and 100% tease performed to a variety of classic rock, current rock, country and pop. See the announcement video here: BuffaloChip.com/BANDS.
The Flaunt Girls Performance Schedule Friday, Aug. 2 – Saturday, Aug. 10:
• 6:00 P.M. nightly – Flaunt Playground - Aerial bartending babes who cast an occasional burst of flame.
“These girls put on a fantastic show and draw a considerable crowd to the Kinison Stage each evening,” said Rod Woodruff, Sturgis Buffalo Chip President. “They are real dance pros and not only can the performers light a fire, they reach out and teach the art of Burlesque to anyone who wants to show up for the class. Their performances are a real treat!”
The 2019 Growing Lineup of Entertainment Announced So Far Includes:
Friday, Aug. 2 Skid Row
The Flaunt Girls
Saturday, Aug. 3 Keith Urban
George Thorogood and The Destroyers
Hunks The Show
Sunday, Aug. 4 Godsmack
American Flat Track Buffalo Chip TT
Monday, Aug. 5 Styx
Tuesday, Aug. 6 Disturbed
Hunks The Show
Wednesday, Aug. 7 Snoop Dogg
Theory of a Deadman
Thursday, Aug. 8 Toby Keith
Friday, Aug. 9 Volbeat
Saturday, Aug. 10 Zakk Sabbath
About the Sturgis Buffalo Chip
The Sturgis Buffalo Chip® is the Largest Music Festival in Motorcycling®. It is the world’s first and leading entertainment destination for the motorcycle enthusiast, awarded AMA Track of the Year in 2016, American Flat Track Event of the Year and South Dakota Excellence in Tourism Innovation award winner in 2017. Since 1981, the venue’s high-profile, nine-day festival, known as The Best Party Anywhere®, remains one of the world’s most televised and longest running independent music festivals. Located three miles east of Sturgis, SD on 600 creek-fed acres, it offers six stages of entertainment, a swimming hole, bars, mouth-watering food, showers, cabins, RVs, camping and more to visitors traveling from all corners of the world. The Chip's concerts and races are free with camping. The Motorcycles as Art exhibit curated by Michael Lichter showcases the works of the world’s best bike builders. Numerous bike and stunt shows and all shopping, live music and events at the CrossRoads are free and open to the public. More details are available at www.BuffaloChip.com.