Grab your spandex and start teasing your hair now! Hairbangers Ball is heading to the Quad Cities!

Hairbangers Ball will be rocking the District of Rock Island, along with special guest Corporate Rock, for Daiquiri Factory’s 15th Anniversary and RIBCO’s 40th Anniversary Party! The fun will happen on the stage outside of Daiquiri Factory (1809 2nd Ave Rock Island) on Saturday Jul 20. Gates open at 7 p.m.

Admission for this all ages show is just $10.

Hairbanger’s Ball was established out of Chicago in 2001. What started off as a “What If” idea quickly turned this band into one of the most sought after “80’s Hair Rock Tribute Bands” in the United States. Performing over 150 shows a year for 15 years says it all. Their show is in high demand for club venues, private parties, and corporate events. This band has even been named “Best Rock Band” by the public in their hometown of Chicago.

Quad Cities’ own, Corporate Rock, brings a little bit of everything to the stage. Playing hits from the 60’s, 70’s, 80’s, 90’s, 00’s and New Country, there’s something for everyone to enjoy! Band members Brad Benny (guitar/vocals), CJ Cervantes (drums/vocals) and Ian Farmer (bass) will guarantee you have a good time.

Corporate Rock was founded by Brad Brenny in 1996. This 3-piece power rock trio has played over 1 million shows at nearly every venue in Eastern Iowa/Western Illinois. The band opened for Ted Nugent in 2002 and currently plays with some of the best regional bands. Brad Brenny went to Musicians Institute in Hollywood California for the Guitar Institute of Technology programs from 2003-2004. C.J. Cervantes has music in his DNA and is the driving force behind the band. Bill Bryant keeps the low-end thumping on the bass guitar!

Do not miss the party of the year this weekend, in the District of Rock Island!

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Tess Abney was born and raised in the Quad Cities. Her passion for writing and entertainment was apparent at a very young age. Whether it is sharing local events and businesses with readers or sharing her thoughts on life, she finds comfort in the way words can bring people together.