Wanda Sykes headlines updated Hard Rock Casino performance schedule through June

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Wanda Sykes (Photo provided)
Information provided by Hard Rock Casino Northern Indiana

GARY, Ind. (March 17, 2022) – The next few months at Hard Rock Casino will feature the venue’s new Country Music Fridays offerings, as well as paid offerings such as the “Live to Rock Tour,” “Jason Bonham’s Led Zeppelin Evening,” “Femme it Forward,” and comedian Wanda Sykes. The acts below are free unless otherwise indicated.

Friday, 3/18/2022

An Evening with Clint Black – Hard Rock Live! – 8 p.m. – Doors open at 7 p.m.

  • It’s been three decades since country superstar Clint Black released his ground-breaking debut album “Killin’ Time,” the genre-altering record that cemented this country music icon. The Houston-raised music producer and guitarist likes to create music that doesn’t fit a mold or conform to current popularity. During his career, he’s released 22 number-one singles, and he has won nearly two-dozen gold and platinum awards (U.S. and Canada), a Grammy Award, and numerous CMA, ACM, and American Music Awards. Tickets are $49.50 and up. Ticketmaster.com

Fareed Haque & Goran Ivanovic – Council Oak Bar Stage – 8 p.m.

  • Inspired by the rhythms and melodies of flamenco, jazz, classical, rock, and the Balkan region, this performance features the unrivaled guitar artistry of two of the finest players of their respective generations. Their music is carefully balanced between blazing virtuosity and sheer beauty.

The Tossers – Hard Rock Café Stage – 9 p.m.

  • One of the first and most enduring bands on the Celtic punk underground, Chicago’s The Tossers mix the attitude and swagger of punk rock with a muscular but respectful approximation of Irish traditional folk music. Formed in Chicago, Illinois in 1993 by Anthony “T.” Duggins, the group’s lead singer and mandolin player, The Tossers developed a reputation for their storming live show and busy touring schedule.

Saturday, 3/19/2022

Brooklyn Britches and The Whispers – Council Oak Bar Stage – 8 p.m.

  • Brooklyn Britches and The Whispers’ performances delight their audiences with old standards and modern songs with a slow, swanky twist. Upright bass (Martin Stonikas) and classic acoustic guitar (Charles Williams) underscore Brooklyn Britches’ smokey jazz vocals, transporting audiences back to the golden age of jazz.

The Breakfast Club – Hard Rock Café Stage – 9 p.m.

  • The Breakfast Club is the longest running, most recognized 80s tribute band in the United States. Formed in 1993, the group was the first of its kind. The mission was simple: create an entertainment group that embodied the enigmatic, creative, and buoyant spirit of music and live performances of the original MTV generation of the 1980’s. That mission remains today.

Friday, 3/25/2022

Mike Wheeler Band – Council Oak Bar Stage – 8 p.m.

  • Mike Wheeler has a vast knowledge of music and a voice that’s reminiscent of the late Sam Cooke. From jazz to rock, from popular music to Top 40, he is a staple in the Chicago blues community. Mike plays and writes songs for a variety of Chicago artists including Nellie Tiger Travis, Peaches Staten, Sam Cockrell, Demetria Taylor, Big Ray & Cadillac Dave. Mike was inducted in the Chicago Blues Hall of Fame in 2014.

Wayne Baker Brooks – Hard Rock Café Stage – 9 p.m.

  • Wayne Baker Brooks is considered one of today’s top guitarists whose signature style combines powerful vocals with liquid fire guitar playing that honors his rich blues heritage yet expands the boundaries of the genre. Born and raised in Chicago amongst the most prolific blues legends and blues masters in the world, Wayne Baker Brook’s blues roots run deep.

Saturday, 3/26/2022

Brooklyn Britches and The Whispers – Council Oak Bar Stage – 8 p.m.

  • Brooklyn Britches and The Whispers’ performances delight their audiences with old standards and modern songs with a slow, swanky twist. Upright bass (Martin Stonikas) and classic acoustic guitar (Charles Williams) underscore Brooklyn Britches’ smokey jazz vocals, transporting audiences back to the golden age of jazz.

The Spazmatics – Hard Rock Café Stage – 9 p.m.

  • The Spazmatics are renowned as “The Ultimate 80s New Wave Tribute”. The Spazmatics recapture all the best of the worst. Outstanding musicianship combined with creative flair and style makes for an evening of energy and entertainment.

Friday, 4/1/2022

Cowboy Jukebox – Council Oak Bar Stage – 8 p.m.

  • Cowboy Jukebox is Chicago’s 5-piece country rock party band and plays country music for people who love country music and for people who hate it. The band plays top 40s country of the decades as well as a few surprises from the Pop Billboard charts all the way to hits of the 90s and 2000s.

Matt Stell – Hard Rock Café Stage – 9 p.m.

  • As hard as country music may try to fit Matt Stell into one of those tried-and-true boxes, it’s near impossible. In addition to the 6’7″ frame that helped Stell become a collegiate basketball standout, the Platinum-certified singer has shown via the songs he sings and the shows he puts on that he is too powerful of an artist to fit into a singular category, as referenced in the title of his recently released EP “Better than That.”

Saturday, 4/2/2022

Ivy Ford – Council Oak Bar Stage – 8 p.m.

  • Ivy Ford, is a singer, musician, and entertainer. Waukegan born and raised, at 26 she is an up-and-coming artist of the Chicago blues and live music scene. She plays piano, alto saxophone, drums, bass guitar, and guitar which are primarily self-taught. In late 2012, Ford joined a local blues band which in time evolved into Ivy Ford and The Cadillacs and gained fair amounts of popularity. Ford has since managed to take the Chicago scene by storm. In January, 2015, Ivy Ford opened for legend Buddy Guy at his club in Chicago and continues to share the stage with Chicago blues hall of famers.
Ivy Ford. (Photo provided)

Nate Venturelli – Hard Rock Café Stage – 9 p.m.

  • Country singer and songwriter Nate Venturelli is from Northwest Indiana. Venturelli’s new single “Union Man,” a song written about the story of his grandfather’s life growing up to becoming a Union Steelworker, has gotten recognition from unions, fans, and country music radio stations around the country. He has been featured in The Entertainer, The NWI Times, The Chicago Tribune, NWI Life, and on NBC news.

Friday, 4/8/2022

Vino Louden – Council Oak Bar Stage – 8 p.m.

  • Singer, songwriter, and guitarist Vino Louden can perform effectively for 20 or 20,000. He was handpicked by Koko Taylor to join her Blues Machine. When she saw Louden in an Otis Clay video, she knew she had to have him as her guitarist. Vino has also played with legends like Mighty Joe Young, Bobby Rush, and others. Vino has been leading his own band for over 10 years domestically and internationally, as well as performing as a solo artist.

Made in America: A Tribute to Toby Keith – Hard Rock Café Stage – 9 p.m.

  • Made in America: A Tribute to Toby Keith is self-described as America’s most authentic tribute to Toby Keith. The eleven-piece band recreates the energy, look, and feel of a Toby Keith concert. Chicago music scene veteran Paul Wenzel portrays Toby and has been honored to receive the award for Best Country Music Performer at the Chicago Music Awards. Made In America also features a horn section that has toured with the likes of The Ides of March and Ray Charles. The show is always dedicated to America’s veterans and first responders.

Saturday, 4/9/2022

Jason Bonham’s Led Zeppelin Evening – Hard Rock Live – 6:30 p.m.

Leslie Beukelman & Jim Tashjian – Council Oak Bar Stage – 8 p.m.

  • A Chicago native, Leslie has been described as an “edgy and adventurous jazz, pop and rock singer” (Neil Tesser, the Examiner) and an “exquisite vocalist who has mastered genres as vast as soul, melodic jazz, scat, rock and atonal experimentation” (Lucia Mauro, Chicago Tribune). She performs all over the city of Chicago in a variety of bands, including the 18-piece Big Band singing the swingin’ hits from yesteryear — to getting her indie-rock vibe belting out songs of her own. Jim Tashjian has played guitar since he was nine years old. His pursuits have taken him all over the country with various ensembles, playing a wide range of musical styles within the realms of jazz, rock, and classical music.

7th Heaven – Hard Rock Café Stage – 9 p.m.

  • 7th Heaven is a Pop Rock band from the Chicagoland area. 7th Heaven started in 1985 and is one of the biggest and busiest indie bands in the world. The band has released over 800 original songs.

Friday, 4/15/2022

Femme it Forward Presents: Ashanti and Mya – Hard Rock Live – 6:30 p.m.

Keith Jackson and The Triple Dose Band – Council Oak Bar Stage – 8 p.m.

  • Northwest Indiana is a known stomping ground for many highly acclaimed artists and “The Triple Dose Band” keeps that list going. Making their debut in 2001, these talented musicians met doing a jam session in Hammond. As a very versatile group, their performances lean towards the genre of variety music allowing them to satisfy the desires of all their listeners. The founder of “The Triple Dose Band”, Keith Jackson, first cousin to Michael Jackson, and the rest of the band have performed with greats such as: Tito Jackson of the Jackson 5, The Chi-Lites, Tyrone Davis, The Staple Singers, Chicago, and The Winans, to name a few.

Tyler Reese Tritt – Hard Rock Café Stage – 9 p.m.

  • A true entertainer at heart, Tyler Reese Tritt has always imagined herself growing up to sing professionally. She first got that chance in 2012 recording the classic Don Henley and Patty Smyth duet, “Sometimes Love Just Ain’t Enough,” with her father, Travis Tritt, at 14-years-old. Since that pivotal moment, Tyler has played for thousands at venues and festivals across the country while opening for a variety of acts, such as Sheryl Crow, Travis Tritt, and Runaway June. She also released her debut single, “Perfect,” a song about young romance, in 2017.

Saturday, 4/16/2022

The Smiley Tillmon Band featuring Kate Moss – Council Oak Bar Stage – 8 p.m.

  • Smiley knows how to have a good time and makes sure his audience does too. After 55 years on the local blues scene, Tillmon serves up the blues and soul standards that people never seem to stop craving, his rich vocals and fluid guitar backed by a band that keeps his grooves tight and right. He joined forces with bassist Tom Rezetko, and they’ve been inseparable onstage ever since. Kate Moss shares guitar duties with Tillmon. Drummer George Baumann completes one of the Windy City’s toughest blues combos.

Infinity – Hard Rock Café Stage – 9 p.m.

  • Formed in 1985, Infinity grew from being not only a Journey Tribute band, but one of the top drawing cover bands in the Midwest. Two-plus decades rocking hundreds of local music festivals and lighting up the Chicago suburbs each summer have put Infinity in front of hundreds of thousands of fans.

Friday, 4/22/2022

Fletcher Rockwell – Council Oak Bar Stage – 8 p.m.

  • With Americana-tinged Rock & Roll steeped in the blue-collar charm of their hometown, Chicago’s Fletcher Rockwell has been building a loyal fanbase throughout the Midwest since 2009. While widely known for their original songs, the group is also revered for clever versions of the most popular cover music, spanning everything from vintage Tom Petty, Paul Simon, and Talking Heads to contemporary roots revivalists Chris Stapleton, Dawes, and Mumford & Sons.

Hillbilly Rockstarz – Hard Rock Café Stage – 9 p.m.

  • The musicians in Hillbilly Rockstarz grew up with the love of country and Rock n’ Roll music. Each member brings a unique musical aesthetic to the band and over the years they have grown comfortable with mixing it up, ddding genres and mashing up influences from pop, rock, and dance. Country music is the band’s first love, but they’ll surprise audiences with other music as well.

Saturday, 4/23/2022

Leslie Beukelman & Jim Tashjian – Council Oak Bar Stage – 8 p.m.

Ally Venable – Hard Rock Café Stage – 9 p.m.

  • The pandemic might have silenced the music scene, shuttered the live circuit and divided artists from their fans, but with Heart Of Fire, Texas’ new gunslinger Ally Venable is coming off the ropes swinging. This fourth release from the acclaimed singer-songwriter is a record to rattle speakers and signpost better times ahead. “My vision was to really spread a positive message of love,” said Venable. “The world needs that right now.”

Friday, 4/29/2022

Dave Specter – Council Oak Bar Stage – 8 p.m.

  • Dave Specter has earned an international reputation as a premier talent on the Chicago music scene. Since 1985, Specter has performed regularly at top Chicago venues and locations throughout the USA. International performances include Argentina, Brazil, England, Northern Ireland, Denmark, France, Italy, Spain, The Netherlands, Germany, Norway, Belgium, Sweden, Switzerland, Poland, Luxembourg, Israel, Canada, and Mexico.

Maddie Walker – Hard Rock Café Stage – 9 p.m.

  • Maddie Walker is an up-and-coming country music singer and songwriter hailing from Ankeny, Iowa. Her sound can be described as a wildly spacious evolution of country western with a blend of rock & soul influences. In 2015, at an early age of 17, Walker became a finalist on American Idol. Shortly after the show, she left the cornfields of her family’s farm to pursue her music career in Nashville where she spent several years finding her artistic identity. In 2018, she joined Hard 8 Working Group management (known for discovering and developing acts such as Morgan Wallen, Billie Eilish, Tate McRae, and Brantley Gilbert) and is recording her first EP later this year.

Saturday, 4/30/2022

Ivy Ford – Council Oak Bar Stage – 8 p.m.

  • Ivy Ford, is a singer, musician, and entertainer. Waukegan born and raised, at 26 she is an up-and-coming artist of the Chicago blues and live music scene. She plays piano, alto saxophone, drums, bass guitar, and guitar which are primarily self-taught. In late 2012, Ford joined a local blues band which in time evolved into Ivy Ford and The Cadillacs and gained fair amounts of popularity. Ford has since managed to take the Chicago scene by storm. In January, 2015, Ivy Ford opened for legend Buddy Guy at his club in Chicago and continues to share the stage with Chicago blues hall of famers.

Ronnie Baker Brooks – Hard Rock Café Stage – 9 p.m.

  • Ronnie Baker Brooks is a Chicago Blues and Soul staple. Brooks has been declared “blues royalty”, as his style honors the torch-bearers of this unique sound which includes Willie Dixon, Buddy Guy, B.B. King, Luther Allison as well as his father — Lonnie Brooks.

Friday, 5/6/2022

Ivy Ford – Council Oak Bar Stage – 8 p.m.

Josh Abbott Band – Hard Rock Café Stage – 9 p.m.

  • “My rearview don’t hold grudges or regrets,” Josh Abbott Band croons on “The Highway Kind,” the reflective title track off their sixth studio album. The uplifting 10-track project finds lead singer Josh Abbott embracing life as a loving husband and doting father of two after 12 years as a road warrior and frontman of his country band.
Josh Abbott Band. (Photo by Joseph Llanes)

Saturday, 5/7/2022

Fletcher Rockwell – Council Oak Bar Stage – 8 p.m.

Jackie Venson – Hard Rock Café Stage – 9 p.m.

  • Jackie Venson is a multi-instrumentalist, singer, and songwriter known for her complex music and blazing guitar skills. Born and raised in Austin, Texas, Jackie has played to crowds across the world. In April 2020, Jackie released a new EP titled “jackie the robot vol 1” composed entirely of remixes that re-imagine Jackie’s critically acclaimed catalogue. In October 2020, Jackie released “Vintage Machine,” which was featured heavily on Jackie’s taping for Austin City Limits’ 46th season, and she released the full set on “Live at Austin City Limits” in December 2020. Her latest album “Love Transcends,” released in September 2021, is her first collection of music to focus on a central genre: the blues.

Friday, 5/13/2022

Ivy Ford – Council Oak Bar Stage – 8 p.m.

Walker County – Hard Rock Café Stage – 9 p.m.

  • Warner Music Nashville sister duo Walker County adds to the “family tradition” of country music with blood-thick harmonies and solid musicianship. Born and raised in rural Sulphur Springs, Indiana, sisters Ivy Dene (lead vocals) and Sophie Dawn (percussion and harmony) have been performing almost as long as they can remember. Sophie’s hard-driving rhythms and Ivy’s strutting, soulful vocals create a unique blend of country music that was inspired by the sounds of middle America. And now, having spent years honing their skills, Walker County is ready to carry on the heritage of country music with their modern-traditional blend.

Saturday, 5/14/2022

Fletcher Rockwell – Council Oak Bar Stage – 8 p.m.

TBD – Hard Rock Café Stage – 9 p.m.

Friday, 5/20/2022

Old Grand Dad – Council Oak Bar Stage – 8 p.m.

  • Bred for rockabilly, these Chicago musicians have started sneakin’ out by the light of the moon to taste the “Devil’s music.” California bass man Cody “Goose” Siragusa and Hoosier drummer Danny Lee Beasley share a love of the old man’s music. Their duet turned into a trio with guitarist and North Avenue homeboy Colin Brennan, and then a foursome with the addition of the harmonica-wielding Mississippian Chauncey Davis-Mauney.

Hannah Ellis – Hard Rock Café Stage – 9 p.m.

  • Campbellsville, Kentucky-born country music singer and songwriter Hannah Ellis boasts a resume most would have a hard time envisioning, let alone accomplishing. It includes graduating from the University of Kentucky on a full-ride academic scholarship in less than four years, competing during Season 8 of The Voice on NBC, being named to Rolling Stone’s “Artists To Watch” list, touring as part of CMT’s “Next Women of Country,” singing The National Anthem at a University of Kentucky basketball game, and being invited back by her college alma mater to be featured in a national television advertising campaign about pursuing and achieving your dreams. The artist, who made her Grand Ole Opry debut in September 2021, has toured with Gavin DeGraw, Dwight Yoakam, Devin Dawson, and many others.

Saturday, 5/21/2022

Fletcher Rockwell – Council Oak Bar Stage – 8 p.m.

Boy Band Review – Hard Rock Café Stage – 9 p.m.

  • Boy Band Review is a premier boy band tribute show. Bringing full production lights, video, choreography, harmonies, and energy, Boy Band Review has captured the hearts of fans with their boy band shows that transport audience members back in time to the days of frosted tips and hunky frontmen professing their undying love. Boy Band Review shows are an incredible throwback experience where fans relive great years.

Friday, 5/27/2022

Cowboy Jukebox – Council Oak Bar Stage – 8 p.m.

  • Cowboy Jukebox is Chicago’s 5-piece country rock party band and plays country music for people who love country music and for people who hate it. The band plays top 40s country of the decades as well as a few surprises from the Pop Billboard charts all the way to hits of the 90s and 2000s.

South City Revival – Hard Rock Café Stage – 9 p.m.

  • South City Revival is a workingman’s band from Chicago, IL. Forged in the city of frigid winters and ferocious wind, the band continues to expand on their vision of Midwest Americana with, “Where There’s Smoke, There’s Fire”. The new album, the band’s first full-length effort, is at its core an exploration of country and roots-rock music. Drawing on the energy and storytelling from the likes of Bruce Springsteen, Brooks & Dunn, Tom Petty, and Steve Earle, listeners are immersed in a landscape filled with abandoned steel mills, sticky bar floors, and rusted-out Chevys.

Saturday, 5/28/2022

Ivy Ford – Council Oak Bar Stage – 8 p.m.

7th Heaven – Hard Rock Café Stage – 9 p.m.

  • 7th Heaven is a Pop Rock band from the Chicagoland area. 7th Heaven started in 1985 and is one of the biggest and busiest indie bands in the world. The band has released over 800 original songs.

Friday, 6/3/2022

Jillian Jacqueline – Hard Rock Café Stage – 9 p.m.

  • Jillian Jacqueline’s her first collection of songs, titled “Side A,” reached the Spotify US Top 50 Viral charts and garnered over 20 million streams. She won the ASCAP Abe Olman Scholarship in 2015, was named one of Rolling Stones Country Artists to Watch, is a VEVO DSCVR artist of 2018, made her late-night television debut on Seth Meyers in January, was recently nominated as AIMP Rising Artist/Writer of the Year, and was featured in the March issue of Billboard as their monthly chart breaker immediately following her first radio single “Reasons” being #2 most added in the country. Her first full length album is in the works with her longtime collaborator and producer Tofer Brown.

Live to Rock Tour Featuring Skid Row, Warrant, and Lita Ford – Hard Rock Live – 6:30 p.m.

  • Metal rockers Skid Row formed in the 1980s in New Jersey. They have had two albums that certified multiplatinum. Their self-titled debut album contained several popular singles including “18 and Life” and “Youth Gone Wild.” Their second album “Slave to the Grind” hit Number One on the Billboard 200 chart and featured “Monkey Business” and “Slave to the Grind.” Glam metal band Warrant’s double platinum album “Dirty Rotten Filthy Stinking Rich” launched them into the national spotlight in 1989. Their single “Heaven” reached Number Two on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. They followed that up with a second double platinum album “Cherry Pie” which climbed into the Billboard Top Ten and featured two major hits “I Saw Red” and “Cherry Pie.” Guitarist, vocalist and songwriter Lita Ford joins Skid Row and Warrant for “Live to Rock” at Hard Rock Casino Northern Indiana. Ford got her start with Joan Jett in the 1970s in the all-female rock band the Runaways. In the late 70s she left the Runaways to launch a solo career and had several popular songs on the Billboard Hot 100 chart including “Close Your Eyes,” her duet with Ozzy Osbourne, and “Kiss Me Deadly.” Tickets $50 and up. Ticketmaster.com.

Mississippi Heat – Council Oak Bar Stage – 8 p.m.

  • Led by harmonica master and songwriter Pierre Lacocque, Mississippi Heat is a world-class Chicago Blues Band. Their motto is “Traditional Blues with a Unique Sound” as they present fresh yet vintage-based musical ideas.

Serendipity – Hard Rock Café Stage – 9 p.m.

  • Serendipity is a pop/rock band from the Chicago suburbs most notable for playing a combination of popular 60s, 70s, and 80s covers as well as current pop hits at events all over the Chicagoland area. Serendipity has been seen and heard on live television, radio stations, and commercials. They are well known for their high energy and great musicianship.

Friday, 6/10/2022

Brass Buckle Band – Hard Rock Café Stage – 9 p.m.

  • Inspired by and compared to the likes of major touring acts such as Kenny Chesney, Luke Bryan, Eric Church, Toby Keith and many others, Brass Buckle Band come to do one thing — get audiences out of their seats and rock the night away.

Saturday, 6/11/2022

Mississippi Heat – Council Oak Bar Stage – 8 p.m.

Ivy Ford – Hard Rock Café Stage – 9 p.m.

Friday, 6/17/2022

Wanda Sykes – Hard Rock Live – 7 p.m.

  • Wanda Sykes became known for her outstanding wit as a writer on The Chris Rock Show, for which she won a Primetime Emmy Award in 1999. She has continued to dazzle audiences for the past two decades with her work as a stand-up comedian and through starring roles in movies and on television. Sykes’ appearances on Comedy Central have become classics on YouTube. And she continues to be a sought-after guest on primetime shows such as The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, Jimmy Kimmel Live, and The Ellen Show. Ticketmaster.com.

Jo Dee Messina – Hard Rock Café Stage – 9 p.m.

  • Jo Dee Messina is a seasoned veteran in the music industry, always evolving and reintroducing herself and her sound as she gains new experiences in life. Jumpstarting her career, Jo Dee’s breakout song, “Heads Carolina, Tails California,” made her a household name. Following the success of her debut, Jo Dee posted nine No. 1 hits, sixteen Top 40 songs, sold over five million albums worldwide, and was honored by the ACM Awards, CMA Awards, and GRAMMY Awards. As Jo Dee’s resume grew, she proved to be a trendsetter and history-maker, becoming the first female in country music history to celebrate three consecutive multi-week, chart-topping songs.

Saturday, 6/18/2022

Mississippi Heat – Council Oak Bar Stage – 8 p.m.

Without U2 – Hard Rock Café Stage – 9 p.m.

  • Based in Chicago, Without U2 recreates the sight and sound of the legendary Irish rock band U2 in an incredible fashion. The band performs at all types of venues all over the USA, from small Irish pubs to outdoor fest stages, in full costume and using authentic gear.

Friday, 6/24/2022

Brandy Clark – Hard Rock Café Stage – 9 p.m.

  • An eight-time Grammy nominee and a CMA Award-winning singer, songwriter and musician, Brandy Clark is in the midst of a breakthrough year following the release of her Grammy-nominated album, “Your Life is a Record.” The album was created after the dissolution of a long-term relationship and features Clark’s most personal songwriting to date. The record landed on several “Best of 2020” lists including NPR Music, Rolling Stone, Entertainment Weekly, Variety and Slate. Clark also recently wrote “A Beautiful Noise,” a new duet performed by Carlile and Alicia Keys, along with an all-female team of musicians. Continuing her triumphant year, Clark was nominated for two awards at the 63rd GRAMMY Awards—Best Country Album (Your Life is a Record) and Best Country Solo Performance (“Who You Thought I Was”).

Saturday, 6/25/2022

Mississippi Heat – Council Oak Bar Stage – 8 p.m.

Ronnie Baker Brooks – Hard Rock Café Stage – 9 p.m.


Hard Rock Casino Northern Indiana is located at 5400 West 29th Avenue, Gary, IN.

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