“Music, Motorcycles, Motocross and More to Highlight Bike Time 2015”
MUSKEGON, Mich., July 2, 2015 – Muskegon Bike Time’s Weekend Pass Special admission ticket offer for all of its concerts, stunt shows, motocross races and other attractions will end at close of business on Saturday, July 11, 2015. The current weekend Pass Special admission price is $30 for the entire weekend of events and attractions. Tickets can be purchased on line by visiting www.muskegonbiketime.com.
Patrons will also be able to purchase the Weekend Pass Special exclusively, from 9:00am – 4:00pm, at Hot Rod Harley Davidson, at 149 Shoreline Drive in downtown Muskegon on Saturday, July 11, 2015 only. Otherwise passes must be purchased on line.
This special sale is part of the annual Freedom Run, an organized motorcycle ride with nearly 1000 riders. As part of the Weekend Special Pass Sale Day, media partner IHeart Radio will have live remotes at Hot Rod Harley Davidson beginning from 10:00am – Noon by WMUS and from 2:00pm – 4:00pm by Rock 101.7.
On July 12, 2015 the weekend pass price will rise to $40 for the weekend. Daily passes are also available at $20 for Thursday and Friday and $25 for Saturday. Sunday is free. Children 11 years old and under are free. Parking is free. Tickets can be purchased by visiting www.muskegonbiketime.com or at the gate during the event.
Muskegon Bike Time recently announced this year’s lineup of musical acts and attractions scheduled to take place July 16 – 19, 2015 at Muskegon Bike Time’s expanded location at 4800 S. Harvey Street, Muskegon, MI.
Headlining on the festival’s main stage on Saturday night, July 18, will be Rock & Roll Hall of Famers Lynyrd Skynyrd.
On Friday night, July 17, 2015, The Fabulous Thunderbirds will grace the main stage.
On Thursday, July 16, 2015, Night Ranger will kick off the festival with its special brand of hard driving rock and roll.
In addition to Main Stage performances, there will be three beverage tents that will be providing the best local live music around and ice cold Budweiser products. Local musical favorites will include the West Side Soul Surfers, Let There Be Rock and Delilah DeWylde and the Lost Boys, to mention a few.
Muskegon Bike Time will use its expanded venue to add a variety of motorcycle races and stunt shows.
On Saturday, July 18, 2015, Bike Time hosts round 8 of the SJO Productions Village Motorsports Michigan State Fair Super Cross Series. A motocross track that incorporates man made jump and turns as well as the natural terrain will be built for the races.
Throughout the four day Muskegon Bike Time event several stunt teams will be performing.
On Friday and Saturday, World Champion, Scott Murray, one of only four riders in the world to successfully land a double back flip on a motorcycle in the X games, will be performing at this year’s Bike Time event.
Also on Friday and Saturday only, King Tony’s Busted Knuckles Stunt Tour – An All Harley-Davidson Stunt Show will perform two shows each day
Performing twice a day for the four day run of the festival is RELENTLESS STUNTS MOTORCYCLE SHOW.
PHOENIX RISING, professional fire artists will be performing nightly after the main stage concerts.
“Our new location will add so much to the experience we provide our patrons, including, motocross races, national stunt shows, national musical acts, more food options, more vendors and the ability to roam the property with your adult beverage”, said Bike Time Spokesperson, Tim Lipan.
The property at Harvey Street, formerly known to locals as the Great Lakes Downs Racetrack property, is owned by the Little River Band of Ottawa Indians, the group that also owns Little River Casino in Manistee, MI. Little River Casino is a major sponsor of Muskegon Bike Time. Motorcycle parking and the entire venue is paved and being improved to provide a great customer experience.
Muskegon Bike Time has many volunteer opportunities. For more information on volunteering, call 231-722-0000.
For more information on Muskegon Bike Time 2015, please visit our website at www.muskegonbiketime.com .
The mission of Muskegon Bike Time is to produce entertainment opportunities in Muskegon aimed at attracting a broad spectrum of motorcycle enthusiasts for a vacation experience on Michigan’s West Coast. It is a 4 day annual celebration of motorcycles and the community held the third weekend in July. The festival attracts motorcyclists and the general public for its spectacle, attractions, entertainment and food. Muskegon Bike time is a 501c3 nonprofit organization that has supported over 22 different charities and provides a $30 million boon to the local economy.