Bikes, Bands, & Brews: Apple Road Rage This Weekend

This is going to be a hootenanny for sure.  It’s two days of awesome this weekend on the East Side.  What could be better than bikes, bands, and brews?  What are we talking about exactly?  Read on, good buddy.

Nashville Bicycle Lounge presents Apple Road Rage Bike Fest benefitting East C.A.N. (a neighbors helping neighbors charity)
OK, I guess I still haven’t told you much.  This Saturday it’s a rolling party with stops around East Nashville, and each stop includes some live music and cold beerfreshment.  Things get started on Friday night at The Basement for a night of the same (well, you can’t ride your bike inside The Basement).  Full details are below.

Apple Road Rage Kickoff Party: Friday, July 20th at The Basement 8pm
music by Caleb Owens, Justin Kalk Orchestra, Heavy Sole

Apple Road Rage Bike Fest: Saturday July 21
11am: Registration at the Grassy Knoll (beside Bongo Java)
12pm: Bicycle fest begins!
1230pm: Eat Well Market – Music – 25% off for VIP
1pm: Village Pub – Music by Kiernan McMullan – ½ off all drafts
215pm: Eat Well Market – Music -25% off the menu for VIP
3pm: Drifter’s – Music by Feedback Revival – 2 for 1 domestic drafts
430pm: The 5 Spot – Music by The Future & Fake Brad – Pizza Buds 2 for 1 slices for VIP

Do I have to pay to play?  This event is free…  that’s right, it is FREE TO RIDE.

Don’t have a bike?  Oh snap, you don’t have to ride a bike to purchase a wristband and get all the same benefits.

What’s all that VIP stuff up there?  $10 VIP Wristband includes Kickoff Party Admission, charity donation, live music, t-shirt, food & drink specials at each stop, & raffle prizes from local businesses.

Who’s paying to make all this happen?  Oh just some of your favorite local businesses like: Nashville Bicycle Lounge, Friendly Arctic Printing & Design, Jive! A Digital Print Factory, Fanny’s House of Music, Nuvo Burrito, Pizza Buds Food Truck, The Grassy Knoll, Eat Well  Market, Village Pub, Drifter’s, The 5 Spot, Wild Cow Vegetarian Restaurant, & East Nashville Underground.

Where does this thing go?  I know you love maps.

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