(FAYETTEVILLE, AR) – This year’s rally is scheduled for September 26th through 29th and we can’t wait to hear the rumble in the Ozarks. If you have not experienced the roads of the Ozarks, then you are in for a fun experience. If you are a rally regular, then we want to welcome you back for another fun year. There’s dozens of acts and activities. Jason D. Williams will headline the Bikes, Blues & BBQ Main Stage at 10:45 p.m. Sept. 28 across from the Walton Arts Center on Dickson Street in Fayetteville.
Bikes, Blues and BBQ is the world’s largest charity motorcycle rally that benefits women, children, and the underserved members of the Northwest Arkansas community. Over the course of our 18 years, we have realized over $2 million to local charities. We appreciate your support of our event and the difference that you make for our non-profit organizations. Since 2000, Bikes, Blues & BBQ has generated over $2,000,000 for local non-profits.
We pride ourselves in being a family friendly event, inclusive of all members of the community and in no way condone or accept racism, white supremacy, bigotry, fascism, intolerance or hate speech. We look forward to another successful event.
Located in the foothills of the Ozarks Mountains, Northwest Arkansas is full of scenic, well maintained roads. Whether you want to visit one of the many local state parks, see the elk in Jasper, ride the famous Pig Trail, eat great food, or hear good music we have got you covered. Fayetteville, Springdale, Rogers, and Bentonville have all the amenities you will need, with a local flare. Whether visiting Dickson St. in Fayetteville, Emma St. in Springdale, Historic Downtown Rogers, or the Historic Square in Bentonville there is truly something for everyone. Eureka Springs and Harrison are both easy rides from Fayetteville filled with rolling hills and natural beauty.