We’re Ready to Rock the D!
Are you ready to rock? Chevrolet Rockin’ on the Riverfront, the annual FREE concert series (no tickets necessary), will return for its 13th season at the Detroit Riverfront this summer, welcoming crowds every Friday night for classic rock and roll in Detroit.
The concert series is set to amaze audiences of all ages with shows running from 7:30-10 p.m. on Friday nights. Rockin’ on the Riverfront takes place on the GM Plaza, directly behind the GMRENCEN – located along Detroit’s beautiful RiverWalk. Convenient parking is available for $10 per vehicle (after 5:00 p.m.) in the GM surface lot at the intersection of St. Antoine and Atwater, adjacent to the GMRENCEN. Only credit cards will be accepted.
This Year’s Rockin’ Lineup Includes:
VINCE NEIL of Mötley Crüe has entertained rock fans independently and as the lead vocalist for rock band Mötley Crüe for the last 30 years.
With hits likes “Girls, Girls, Girls” and “Home Sweet Home,” Neil will “kick start” this concert series with classic hits.
Mount Clemens native, UNCLE KRACKER is ready to “drift fans away” with his country-rock crooning sound.
Initially known for his role as DJ in Kid Rock’s legendary Twisted Brown Trucker band, Uncle Kracker kicked off a stunning solo career of his own. The singer/songwriter made his solo debut with hits like, “Follow Me” and “In a Little While.”
JOHN KAY AND STEPPENWOLF have sold more than 25 million records worldwide with hits like, “Born to Be Wild” and “Rock Me.”
This legendary rock band will take Detroit on a “Magic Carpet Ride” during their performance this summer.
SURVIVOR released their first album in 1980 and is best known for their 1982 hit “Eye of the Tiger.” New lead vocalist Cameron Barton is now breathing new life into 80s hits “I Can’t Hold Back” and “High On You.”
WAR fuses elements of rock, funk, jazz, rhythm and blues to create sound of their own.
They debuted to international success with the overall bestselling album of 1973, “The World is a Ghetto,” and have had continued success with hits “Spill the Wine,” “The Cisco Kid” and “Why Can’t We Be Friends?”