All Female AC/DC Tribute, ThundHerStruck Steals the Show @ Moondance Jam Festival 2021 Opening for Cheap Trick, Grand Funk Railroad, Don Felder
"But arguably, the best performances of the festival was saved for the final night. ThundHerStruck packed the fairgrounds & once again didn’t disappoint."
The Final Dance at Moondance Jam 30 — Campin’ and Jammin Event of the Summer goes out in style
As brilliant as the nearly full moon that shone over Moondance Jam 30 for four days, so were the performances as the Classic Rock Fest came to a close for the final time last weekend.
Thousands of Jammers came out for Moondance’s Grand Finale. The Final Dance. And they were greeted by nearly perfect mid-summer weather all four days.
“I was overwhelmed all weekend long with compliments from people,” said Kathy Bieloh, the owner of Moondance. She, along with her late husband, Bill Bieloh, built Moondance from a small regional outdoor concert that attracted maybe a thousand people the first year to a venue that brought in more than 20,000 people one night. “It was a real emotional weekend for me, which I knew it would be, but I didn’t think it would affect so many other people they way it did. There were a lot of people coming up to me, very emotional that this is the final Jam.”
But arguably, the best performances of the festival was saved for the final night. ThundHerStruck packed the fairgrounds and once again didn’t disappoint. Grand Funk Railroad and Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Don Felder followed with Cheap Trick closing the night.
The fairgrounds were packed during Felder’s performance that included many of the Eagles’ greatest hits when he was with the band for 27 years. He brought his double necked guitar on stage when he sang “Hotel California.”
Since their beginning in 1973, Cheap Trick has been one of rock’s most entertaining bands, and they brought that same enthusiasm to the stage to wrap up the Moondance Jam 30.