Harley-Davidson Motorcycles will be celebrating 120 years with a bang this year, welcoming Foo Fighters, Green Day, Joan Jett & the Blackhearts, and more for their Harley-Davidson Homecoming Festival, set to take place July 13 through 16 at multiple venues across Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Among the many events happening throughout the four-day celebration of the famed Milwaukee motorcycle company's 120th anniversary, on July 14, Green Day will headline a concert in Veterans Park joined by Social Distortion, Phantogram, and KennyHoopla. The following day, on July 15, the Foo Fighters will headline, joined by Joan Jett & The Blackhearts, White Reaper, and Cody Jinks.
Tickets for the Veterans Park concerts are on sale now, with single-day GA tickets at $99, while two-day GA tickets can be purchased for $180. VIP tickets are available for $205 (single day) or $355 (two day), and include access to an elevated deck, air-conditioned VIP lounge with restrooms, access to a VIP concierge, passes to ride in a motorcycle parade on July 16, and other perks.
Also during the celebrations, the Harley-Davidson Museum will act as a hub for free events, live music, food-and-beverage sites, and skills demonstrations, and will be open for general admission throughout the weekend celebration, wrapping with a motorcycle parade through the city of Milwaukee on Sunday.
For full details on ticketing options, venues, entertainment, scheduled events, parades, factory tours, lodging, and more, visit H-D.com/Homecoming.
"We are very excited to announce the FOO FIGHTERS and GREEN DAY as headliners at our Veterans Park festival location," said Jochen Zeitz, chairman, president and CEO of Harley-Davidson, in a statement. "We can't wait to host riders from all over the world in Milwaukee, as we come together as one Harley-Davidson family and welcome everyone to join us. With music at the heart of our festival, I can't think of two more iconic American rock icons to join our community in celebrating 120 years of Harley-Davidson."
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