Another concert is coming your way Quad Cities! The Pork Tornadoes are taking their talents to Clinton this time. They are going to be performing on Saturday, June 26th at Wild Rose Casino & Resort in Clinton in Clinton and entry is free!

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One of our favorite local, Iowa bands, The Pork Tornadoes, are coming back to eastern Iowa for another concert. This time, they are going to be at the Wild Rose Casino & Resort in Clinton.

In a press release on Wednesday, officials announced to celebrate 30 years of gaming in Clinton, Wild Rose Casino & Resort in Clinton will host a free, outdoor concert. Headlining the show on June 26th is the The Pork Tornadoes. The concert will be held in the courtyard, beginning at 6:00 p.m.

Officials from the Wild Rose Casino & Resort say that local trio, Tokyo Train, will be the opening act and will start playing at 6:00 p.m. They perform classic rock through contemporary hits.

Admission for the June 26th show in Clinton is free and open to all ages. Attendees are welcome to bring lawn chairs. There will be food and drinks available at the event, and no coolers allowed. More information can be found on the Wild Rose's Facebook page or website.

Personally, I'm so excited for my hometown of Clinton to get the chance to experience The Pork Tornadoes! I was pumped when they came to the QC a few weeks ago, but now, they are heading to my real home turf and hopefully I can get a chance to show them around.

The Pork Tornadoes performed for the first time in the Quad Cities back on May 8th at Rhythm City Casino & Resort. I got the chance to speak with Mike, drummer of The Pork Tornadoes before their show on May 8th. If you missed it, check out the interview here.

The Pork Tornadoes are the Midwest's premiere party band and one of the best cover bands in the country. They cover artist from Taylor Swift to Phil Collins, Lizzo to Chris Stapleton, and many other incredible artists.

The Pork Tornadoes consist of four band members. Mason (lead vocals/guitar), Cory (bass), Mike (drums) and Jerry (keys). Formed in Cedar Falls, IA, The Pork Tornadoes  have played over 600+ shows around the country in the past 12 years.

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