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Summer Nights kicks off 14-week schedule of concerts on June 3
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Summer Nights kicks off 14-week schedule of concerts on June 3

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35th & Taylor performs at Summer Nights in downtown Rapid City. The 2021 Summer Nights schedule starts on June 3 and finishes on Sept. 2.

Summer Nights has released its summer lineup after a one-year hiatus.

Fourteen bands with genres ranging from rock to pop to country will perform on the Pepsi Stage in downtown Rapid City. 

Many of the artists have roots in the Midwest and play at county fairs, street dances and music festivals. Scheduled bands include 32 Below, Tripwire, Zeona Road and Flannel. 

32 Below is a rock and country group with six albums. They have performed with Keith Urban and The Band Perry and at an NFL halftime show at Soldier Field in Chicago. They will perform on June 10.

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Tripwire consists of four instrumentalists who each play more than five instruments. They will perform on July 1.  

Zeona Road is a sibling trio from South Dakota that will perform on July 15. Their band has a country-pop sound and features the fiddle, piano, and guitar. They were recently nominated for Best New Artist in the Rocky Mountain CMA Awards. 

Local cover band Flannel will perform July 29. The band plays pop, rock, and funk music with an emphasis on the ‘90s.

The rest of the schedule for summer nights is as follows: Brandon Jones on June 3, Jagertown on June 17, Dirty Word on June 24, October Road on July 8, Slamabama on July 22, Eskimo Brothers on Aug. 5, Crash Wagon on Aug. 12, Ryan Chrys & The Rough Cuts on Aug. 19, Brianna Helbling on Aug. 26, and Judd Hoos on Sept. 2. 

More information about Summer Nights can be found at

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