Who’s playing Hard Rock A.C.? Glad you asked

By ROI-NJ Staff
Atlantic City | Apr 18, 2018 at 2:04 pm

The lineup for the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City, as released by Hard Rock officials Wednesday and gathered from listings already on Ticketmaster.

More acts will be added in the coming days, weeks and months.

As it stands, Steve Byrne, a comic from Freehold, will perform on Opening Night (and on the two nights prior).

Other notable Jersey performers include Frankie Valli (July 27-28) and Southside Johnny (Aug. 4).

The lineup includes a number of country acts, including Florida Georgia Line (July 13-14), Blake Shelton (Aug. 18) and Toby Keith with Trace Adkins (Aug. 26).

Some additional country acts appear under the title “Country Fridays.”

(READ MORE from ROI-NJ on the Hard Rock opening announcement.)

Howie Mandel (July 3-4), Third Eye Blind (July 5) and Jon Lovitz (July 5) are scheduled to appear around the Fourth of July, which falls on a Wednesday this summer.

Amy Schumer (Sept. 1) will perform on the Saturday of Labor Day weekend. No other acts have been announced for that weekend.

Here’s a look:

  • Steve Byrne: June 26- 28
  • Motor City Live: July 1 and Sept. 16.
  • Howie Mandel: July 3-4
  • Third Eye Blind: July 5
  • Jon Lovitz: July 5
  • Country Fridays (Kellie Pickler): July 6
  • The Dan Band: July 7
  • Ted Nugent: July 12
  • Florida Georgia Line: July 13-14
  • Country Fridays (A Thousand Horses): July 20
  • Gin Blossoms: July 21
  • Chris Young: July 21
  • Pat Benatar, Neil Geraldo and Rick Springfield: July 26
  • Rascal Flatts: July 26
  • A Thousand Horses: July 27
  • Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons: July 27- 28
  • Greg Hahn: July 31
  • Bush, Stone Temple Pilots, The Cult: Aug. 1
  • Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes: Aug. 4
  • George Thorogood: Aug. 9
  • The Million Dollar Quartet: Aug. 11
  • Blake Shelton: Aug. 18
  • Counting Crows and Live: Aug. 23
  • Toby Keith and Trace Adkins: Aug. 26
  • Amy Schumer: Sept. 1
  • The Fab Faux: Sept. 8
  • Cole Swindell: Sept. 22
  • Steely Dan: Oct. 13
  • Kid Rock: Oct. 19-20
  • Rock of Ages: Nov. 1-4
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