In a summer packed with 8,000 things to do, the big Harley-Davidson Homecoming stands out as a single event with 8,000 things to do. From July 13-16, Harley will celebrate its 120th birthday with a dizzying array of demos, races, stunt shows, vintage shows, food and drink blowouts, beach bonfires, and more. The bulk of the action will take place at both Veterans Park (1010 N. Lincoln Memorial Dr.) and the H-D Museum (400 W. Canal St.) It’s gonna be nuts. And LOUD.

Oh, and there’ll be music! Like, “Hell yeah, Foo Fighters and Green Day are headlining this thing” music! You can find the full Homecoming schedule of events HERE; you can find the full musical lineup below. BUCKLE UP. WEAR EAR PROTECTION. THE NEW FOO FIGHTERS RECORD IS REALLY GOOD.


H-D Museum
5 p.m. American Progress
7 p.m. The War Hippies
9 p.m. Hairball


Veterans Park
3 p.m. Abby Jeanne
4 p.m. KennyHoopla
5:15 p.m. Phantogram
7 p.m. The Cult
8:45 p.m. Green Day

H-D Museum
5 p.m. God’s Outlaw
6 p.m. The Jimmys
8 p.m. The Now Band


Veterans Park
3 p.m. Ghost Hounds
4 p.m. White Reaper
5:15 p.m. Joan Jett & The Blackhearts
7 p.m. Cody Jinks
8:45 p.m. Foo Fighters

H-D Museum
5 p.m. Cactus Brothers
6 p.m. Rustbucket
8 p.m. Road Trip


H-D Museum
11 a.m. The Toys
1 p.m. Rebel Grace

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