The Midwest's premier party band is returning to the Quad Cities. The Pork Tornadoes, who have performed in Davenport and Clinton, are returning to the Quad Cities area and this time, they are coming to The Rust Belt in East Moline with special guests Not Quite Brothers.

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One of our favorite local, Iowa bands, The Pork Tornadoes, is coming back to the Quad Cities to put on another concert awesome concert. This time, they are going to be at The Rust Belt in East Moline.

The Pork Tornadoes with special guests Not Quite Brothers will be at The Rust Belt in East Moline on Saturday, March 19th. Doors open at 7 p.m. with the show starting at 8 p.m.

In case you haven't heard of The Pork Tornadoes, they are a powerful party band that has played all around the Midwest at the best and biggest bars, venues, and festivals.

Having played more than 600+ shows in the last 12 years, this band has perfected their live show into an experience you won’t find anywhere else. Their first time performing in the Quad Cities was at the Rhythm City Casino Resort in Davenport and shortly after, the Wild Rose Casino in Clinton.

 

The band is led by singer Mason Greve, who is arguably one of the best vocalists in the State of Iowa and was one of 100 finalists on a Not-To-Be-Mentioned television singing program in 2014. Putting their own spin on an eclectic mix of songs from Justin Timberlake, Beyonce, Katy Perry, and Taylor Swift to Lizzo, The Killers, Coolio, and Phil Collins, The Pork Tornadoes are truly one of the most versatile bands around.

The Pork Tornadoes' debut EP peaked on the Apple iTunes Pop charts at #20 and was streamed over half a million times in 2020. They recently achieved viral success with the 5th-most viewed cover of 'Tennessee Whiskey' on Youtube and an impromptu performance of 'In the Air Tonight' with a drum line that was featured in Rolling Stone.

Regularly setting attendance records and shattering bar sales numbers, this band is a force like no other, creating a party wherever they go for their ravenous fan base, who sings along and begs for more.

Tickets for the show are on sale now and prices range from $20-$25. You can purchase tickets to The Pork Tornadoes at The Rust Belt in East Moline in March, here.

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