Get out and enjoy a summer night with I-Rock 93.5.

July 13 we'll rock the awesome outdoor stage at Gypsy Highway with Alborn, Etched In Embers, and Five AM.

The all-ages show will start at 7:00 p.m. under the stars on the outdoor stage at Gypsy Highway.  And if the weather doesn't cooperate with us rocking the outdoor stage, we can always move the party to the stage inside Gypsy Highway so no matter what we can make sure July 13 rocks hard!

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Formed in 2016, Northern Illinois-based alternative metal band Alborn consists of Justin Taylor [guitar/lead vocals], Alex Raser [Drums/vocals], Zame Lewis [bass], and Nate Guske [guitar/vocals]. Their sound has been compared to Deftones or a heavier version of Alice in Chains.  But Alborn has created something unique, hard, and melodic.

Etched In Embers

Missouri Rockers Etched in Embers burst onto the scene in January of 2020. After spending the early months of their existence working to lay the foundation of their debut album, they were faced, as many others, with the world coming to a screeching halt.  But pushing through the madness, Russ Rhodenizer (Vocals/Guitar), Tyler Kenyon (Lead Guitar/Vocals), Chance Rhodenizer (Bass/Vocal), and Josh Newlon (Drums/Vocals) have pushed through and have reached over 1,000,000 streams.

Five AM

This time, we won't have to worry about a blizzard when Quad Cities own Five AM will rock with Alborn at Gypsy Highway on July 13.  Way better way to get the party started in the warmth of the night!


Tickets are only available at Gypsy Highway for $10.  We'll see you there!  Sign up to win your tickets below.

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