Three-Day Motorcycle Rally and Festival Features Concerts by The Fryed Brothers Band and Rev Theory, All New Attractions: Circus Una Thrilling Motorcycle Highwire Act and Crowd-Participated NTC Drift Trike Races, Ride-In Bike Show, Classic Motorcycle Rodeo Events, and On-Site Campout
The Fryed Brothers Band
Easyriders Events announces its annual Motorcycle Rodeo at the Fowlerville Fairgrounds from August 19th through the 21st where more than 5,000 motorcycle enthusiasts will converge for three days of on-site camping, dirt track motorcycle rodeo competitions on 2-wheeled steel ponies, live concerts from biker blues to hard-hitting rock, death-defying performances by the ladies of Circus Una Thrilling Motorcycle Highwire Show, the best motorcycle-lifestyle related vendors in the country, ride-in bike show and more.
From 50 feet above the crowd and without a safety net, watch the fearless women of Circus Una perform their motorcycle highwire thrill show as they perform trapeze acrobatics while suspended from a motorcycle in truly death-defying fashion! When the sun goes down, the party gets started at the stage. Coined as “America’s Greatest Biker Band”, the Fryed Brothers Band will set the tone for a rockin’ weekend on Friday night, followed by Saturday night’s heavy rock stylings of Rev Theory as heard on WWE! A weekend wristband grants the holder access to all event areas, while a day pass will allow one-day access to the venue, limited to the event’s midway (excludes campsite). All are able to view concerts and attractions at no additional charge.
Beyond the stage, Rodeo attendees will be able to camp on-site for the duration of the event, with early bird camping beginning on Thursday, August 18 at 12pm. Easyriders Events offers all amenities on-site for guests including shower and bathroom facilities, allowing enthusiasts to maximize their time on-site throughout the weekend. “Easyriders Rodeos are strictly 18 and over events that offer unparalleled opportunity for participants to transcend their normal everyday lives and really let their hair down. For many, these events are an annual getaway from work, the kids and the stresses of everyday life,” said Kari Roben, Event Manager. Read More