Harley-Davidson announced that the iconic rock band Foo Fighters has been added to the already stellar line-up of musical talent performing during the Motor Company’s 105th Anniversary Celebration in Milwaukee.
Foo Fighters, along with special guest Three Days Grace, will play Friday, August 29, 2008, at the outdoor venue dubbed Roadhouse at the Lakefront, which is located just north of the Milwaukee Art Museum. Stand-alone concert tickets will go on sale at 8:00 a.m. CDT on Saturday, May 31, 2008, at www.ticketmaster.com. Purchasers do not need a Harley-Davidson 105th Anniversary ticket to secure tickets for the Foo Fighters concert. All tickets for Foo Fighters are general admission lawn seating and cost $27.50, plus shipping and handling charges.
Over the past ten years, Foo Fighters has established itself as one of the biggest rock acts in the world, and the epitome of the American rock band. Opening for Foo Fighters will be platinum-selling rock band, Three Days Grace. Three Days Grace released their sophomore album in 2006, One-X, which debuted at number five on the Top 200 chart.
Harley-Davidson’s 105th Anniversary celebration is poised to be the must-see music event of the summer. Blending a diverse mix of music, the Motor Company will showcase the classic genres that are at the core of American influence.
In addition to Foo Fighters and Three Days Grace, American icons like Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band and ZZ Top, as well as rising stars like Daughtry are scheduled to perform during the 105th Anniversary. The Motor Company also plans to feature other popular acts including The Black Crowes, Dierks Bentley, Los Lonely Boys, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Buddy Guy, Cameo and more.
“Foo Fighters and Three Days Grace are incredible additions to our already stellar line-up for the 105th Anniversary,” said Ken Ostermann, Harley-Davidson’s general manager of Outreach Marketing. “We’re gonna rock Milwaukee, so you definitely won’t want to miss this once-in-a-lifetime event.”