National recording artists SMASH MOUTH will get the Register’s Annual Great Bike Ride Across Iowa™ (RAGBRAI) off to a rocking start when the event begins its 38th ride out of host community Sioux City, IA on July 24th. The outdoor show starts at 7pm on Historic Fourth Street in downtown Sioux City.
Multi-platinum recording artist SMASH MOUTH has collectively sold more than 10 million albums worldwide, and names two number one hits – Walkin’ on the Sun and All Star – to their credits. SMASH MOUTH has consistently impacted radio with recognizable hits like Then the Morning Comes, Can’t Get Enough Of You Baby, and a cover of The Monkees classic I’m a Believer, which was prominently featured on the Shrek soundtrack.
The immensely popular local band SIOUX CITY ROCKESTRA will perform prior to SMASH MOUTH. ROCKESTRA, billed as America’s only professional rock & roll orchestra, will play a collection of rock and roll hits as directed by John Luebke, who founded the group in 2004.
A $10 ticket will get you into the party on Historic Fourth Street in downtown Sioux City, and paid RAGBRAI participants will be admitted for free!
Tickets go on sale Saturday, April 17th, at 10:30am at the Tyson Events Center Box Office, all Ticketmaster outlets, online at Ticketmaster.com, or by calling 800-745-3000.
As a special bonus, buy your SMASH MOUTH tickets at the Tyson Events Center Box Office, and get an official Sioux City RAGBRAI t-shirt for only $5! Shirts will normally sell for $10, but with a concert ticket purchase, the price will be cut in half! T here will be special discounts and promotions the night of the concert for anyone wearing an official Sioux City RAGBRAI t-shirt, so don’t miss out!
With special guests SIOUX CITY ROCKESTRA
Saturday, July 24th – 7:00 pm
Historic Fourth Street Sioux City, IA
On sale Saturday, April 17th, at 10:30 a.m.
$10 per ticket, or $15 for a ticket and an official Sioux City RAGBRAI t-shirt!
Sioux City served as the starting location for RAGBRAI the first time the ride was held 38 years ago. RAGBRAI is the largest and oldest bike touring event in the country, and is expected to draw more than 20,000 overnight visitors this summer.