Tommy Vext - formerly of Bad Wolves

Tommy Vext
Lead Vocalist (formerly) Bad Wolves, Five Finger Death Punch

Event Date: Friday, August 13, 2021

Ages: 21+

Show: 10:30 PM

Tickets: No tickets required.  All rally concerts are free of charge.

Concert Upgrades:
NEW! - Budweiser® Upper Deck
VIP Stage Side Reserved Seating - drink for free!
Standing Room VIP Balcony - drink for free!
Private Cabanas
Chrome Club Front Row Passes

Dennis Kirk Main Outdoor Stage
Iron Horse Saloon
888 Junction Avenue
Sturgis, SD 57785



Westfield Massacre
Fill-in for Five Finger Death Punch

Bad Wolves
In 2016, Vext formed a new band, known as "Bad Wolves"with former DevilDriver drummer John Boecklin. Guitarists Doc Coyle (Vagus Nerve, God Forbid) and Chris Cain (Bury Your Dead), and later, bassist Kyle Konkiel formerly of In This Moment were recruited for the project. During the summer of 2016, they entered AudioHammer Studios with longtime collaborator Mark Lewis (Trivium, All That Remains) and tracked what would become the group's debut studio album. On May 2, 2017, Bad Wolves independently premiered a song titled "Learn to Live" accompanied by a music video The video was streamed over 600,000 times. In November 2017, it was announced that Bad Wolves signed with Eleven Seven Music and Zoltan Bathory, the founding guitarist of Five Finger Death Punch, took them under his wings as the band's manager.

The band released their debut studio album, Disobey on May 11, 2018 through Eleven Seven Music.

The album reached number 23 on the US Billboard 200. In May 2017, Bad Wolves released their debut single, "Learn to Live".  In November 2017, Bad Wolves released their second single, "Toast to the Ghost". On January 18, 2018, they released a third single, which was a cover of "Zombie" (originally by The Cranberries), which charted on multiple Billboard charts.