Dodge Rocks Gas Monkey Dallas Concert Rocked the House
Last Saturday, the Dodge Rocks Gas Monkey Dallas Concert in Dallas, Texas, was the place to be. From all across the country, more than 2,000 Dodge Nation members flocked to the concert over the weekend; some even came from Canada for this event.
The event was free to anyone driving a Charger, Challenger, or Viper, and was held at Gas Monkey Live, the newest edition to Richard Rawlings’ sprawling business empire. During the Dodge Rocks Gas Monkey Dallas concert event, fans got to ride shotgun in a Dodge Viper SRT through a drift course and in a Challenger SRT Hellcat on a drag strip.
Throughout the day, a local band played live music while actors portraying the original Dodge brothers, John and Horace, roamed the crowds for photo ops. True to Rawlings’ fashion, t-shirts were launched into the crowd all day.
But of course, the highlight of the event was the private show played by Mötley Crüe as part of the band’s The Final Tour: All Bad Things Must Come To An End.
The event marked the Dodge Brand’s 100 year anniversary, but we’re hoping they don’t just make this a once in a century thing, because it sounds pretty awesome.
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