New Buffalo Chip Band Announcement for 2021 - with UPDATES:

Our friends at the Sturgis Buffalo Chip have been busy in the off-season securing great entertainment for the 2021 Rally. They have already confirmed Kid Rock as a performer and now they've added that 'Little Ol' Band From Texas...ZZ Top!

The Buffalo Chip billed as the "Best Party Anywhere" will welcome you and your glorious iron, souped-up golf carts, and party tents for a rally you won't forget.

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So far...with many more announcements coming:

  • Kid Rock - Sunday, Aug 8, 2021
  • Stone Temple Pilots. Aug. 9, 2021
  • ZZ Top - Wednesday, Aug. 11, 2021
  • Black Label Society, August 12, 2021
  • Anthrax, August 12, 2021

Also announced: The Lingerie Fighting Championships (LFC) will also be held in 2021 at the Buffalo Chip PowerSports Complex on Tuesday, Aug. 10 & Thursday, Aug. 12, 2021

Secure your rally and camping passes today for the Greatest Party Anywhere.

Spread across eight locations, including local bars, campgrounds and indoor/outdoor stages, the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally regularly lures approximately 500,000 people to South Dakota every year. Reports show the occasion also brings around $800 million in revenue to the area.

With three quarters of a century of history and millions of attendees, who started it all?

The founder is generally considered to be Clarence "Pappy" Hoel. He purchased an Indian Motorcycle franchise in Sturgis in 1936 and formed the "Jackpine Gypsies" that same year.

The first rally was held on August 14, 1938, by the "Jackpine Gypsies" motorcycle club, who still own and operate the tracks, hill climb, and field areas where the rally is centered.

The first event was called the "Black Hills Classic" and consisted of a single race with nine participants and a small audience. The focus of a motorcycle rally was originally racing and stunts.

The event has grown to be one of the largest motorcycle rallies in the world.

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