Broken Spoke Campground announces a 10% off Independence Day special:
Book now through July 5th and receive 10% off Sturgis campground reservation!
Enter discount code ‘4th‘ when booking online or over the phone.
The music lineup for the 71st Sturgis Rally at the Broken Spoke Campground is taking shape with a few bands announced and many more to come.
The one and only Foghat is heading back to the Broken Spoke in Sturgis. The British rock quartet continues to be one of the most recognizable bands touring today. Hits include: Slow Ride, Fool for the City, Drivin Wheel and I Just Want to Make Love to You.
Foghat has brought their energy and fantastic hits to the Broken Spoke Saloon many times and we are so excited to have them back.
Foghat will play the Broken Spoke Campground on Tuesday, August 9th. All concerts are FREE for campers.
Australia’s Little River Band will stop at the Broken Spoke Campground on their 35th anniversary tour. The band They has claimed their place as one of the great vocal bands of the ‘70s and the ‘80s with hits such as It’s a Long Way There, Help Is on Its Way, Cool Change, Lonesome Loser, Lady and Take It Easy On Me.
From LittleRiverBand.com: “The current lineup brings new energy and arrangements to the classic hits, making new memories for the audience out of each live performance. It’s always fun to watch as people are swept up by the show’s vitality and the volume of hits from LRB’s history. You’ll see plenty of people mouthing the words…’I love this song…I forgot it was one of Little River Band’s hits!'”
Little River Band will play live at the Broken Spoke Campground on 79 North in Sturgis on Sunday, August 7th. All concerts are FREE for campers.
South Dakota’s own Jasmine Cain graces the Broken Spoke stage once again.
From JasmineCain.com: “Jasmine’s music is both raw and sweet. In September 2009, she broke the record for most awards in the history of the Just Plain Folks (JPF) Awards in Nashville, winning a mind blowing six awards for all unsigned artists worldwide!” Also Playing in 2011 at The Original Broken Spoke Saloon!
Check out the beautiful, sultry rocker Jasmine Cain on Thursday, August 11th at the Broken Spoke Campground on 79 North in Sturgis. All concerts are FREE for campers.
Early Bird Rates still in effect – book now at: www.BrokenSpokeCampground.com
See you on the road in 2011!
You still have time to save some cash with our early bird specials, deal ends on January 15Th!
Rise and shine folks, The Broken Spoke Campground has a deal for you!
Still talking about the great time you had at the Broken Spoke Campground during the 70th Sturgis rally and wish you could do it again? Well folks, the time is now! We are running an early bird special, and all you need to do is register before January 15th 2011, when rates increase.
In addition to acres of grassy camping spots, we have oversized RV sites and an array of private cabins, where you can rest on the most comfortable beds after a long day of riding. All of the cabins have air conditioning, a microwave and a mini-refrigerator to keep your beer cold. Wake up every morning to the breathtaking view of Bear Butte. Just think…next year you could be taking a photo of your motorcycle parked in front of your own private cabin!
We have the cleanest showers and restrooms, the biggest biker pool, non stop action in our 45,000ft drive-thru bar and endless events and concerts planned for the week.
For more information on your #1 campground for the Sturgis Rally, please go to http://www.brokenspokecampground.com/
Check out the Paul Sr. interview on American Chopper "Senior vs. Junior" on TLC, Thursday 10/7 at 8pm EST! Paul Sr. was interviewed by Susan Traub of Iron Horse Magazine and Jay Allen, at the Broken Spoke Campground in Sturgis.
Main photo by Geno Stull
Everyone was on pins and needles to see if the promoter, John Red Cloud, would come through with his promise for rewarding William Barclay the 500,000 check for completing the Hoka Hey Challenge. Well he did and the response from the crowd was overwhelming. I spoke to many riders and it wasn’t about the money, it was about the journey! Most of them seemed to have a new way of looking at things and seemed to be at peace. If this could be the outcome of any race, maybe more people should take part in it, the world would be such a happier place.