A steady stream of quality rock concerts is hitting Junction in the next couple months. Here's a run down as what's scheduled as of today.

Tomorrow April 4th it's Wayland and City Of The Weak at The Mesa Theater. Wayland is on Jesse James Dupree's label. The band released their first self-titled album in 2010. They have since released a four-song EP, "Welcome To My Head." Wayland has built their reputation the hard way, on the road. They routinely average 300 shows a year.

Phillip Vilenski

Originally from a small town in Montana, City Of The Weak moved to Minneapolis and took that city by storm. After years of hard work and relentless touring, they're on the brink of a breakthrough. In the four years since they've played festivals like Chicago's Open Air, Northern Invasion, Warped Tour dates, and Rock Fest. They starting touring in 2012 and have been averaging about 120 shows a year.

Tim Binder

It's right back out to The Mesa Theater next Wednesday, April 12th for Jackyl! This isn't a show for the faint of heart. This is the biggest rock show we've had at The Mesa Theater since Buckcherry. Get your tickets today by clicking HERE! While they last you can snag $5 off tickets at Grand Junction Harley Davidson.

Ray Michaels

I got word today that HellYeah is coming to The Mesa Theater too. That show is set for Monday, June 5th with Sons of Texas. HellYeah is really a "super group" with former members of  Mudvayne, Nothingface, and Damageplan. Sons of Texas are the real deal too.

Ray Michaels

I was excited we have a show at the Two Rivers Convention Center downtown. Everclear is celebrating the 20th anniversary of the "So Much For The Afterglow" album with a tour featuring special guests, Vertical Horizon and Fastball. That show is Sunday, May 21st. Tickets are on sale now at Monumental Events or calling 800-626-8497.

Ray Michaels