September 27th, 2011 at 11:43 am
Every fall, the thunder of motorcycle exhaust echoes throughout Northwest Arkansas during Bikes, Blues & BBQ.
But it’s not quite loud enough to drone over the sound of the music that plays on local stages as a result of the annual rally, which begins Wednesday (Sept. 28) and continues through Oct. 1.
During the course of the rally, dozens of bands will play on various stages throughout Fayetteville, and local venues will also get in on the action and cater toward the thousands who will visit because of the rally.
Click on the link at the end of this story to see the list of performers, which are spreading their talents between venues such as the Dickson Street main stage area and the Arkansas Music Pavilion.
You can also check out the story I wrote about Bikes, Blues & BBQ [Note: Subscriber content] if you want to read more about the rally’s other events, such as the bike show, barbecue contest and the new Arenacross event.
See you down at the rally.
Bikes Blues & BBQ Music Schedule
Dickson Street Main Stage
5:30 p.m. â Nathan Aronowitz
7:30 p.m. â Lilâ Hoojin
9:30 p.m. â The Staggering Odds
4 p.m. â Ouachita
6 p.m. â Charliehorse
8 p.m. â The Nace Brothers
10 p.m. â Red Ambition
2:30 p.m. â Dante and the Hawks
4:30 p.m. â The Shotgun Billys
6:30 p.m. â The Uncrowned Kings
8:30 p.m. â Louisiana Crossroads
10:30 p.m. â Joe Giles and the Homewreckers
3 p.m. â Oreo Blue
4:30 p.m. â Leah and the Mojo Doctors
6:30 p.m. â The Rich Fabec Band
8:30 p.m. â FOS Project
10:30 p.m. â David Kimbrough Jr.
Baum Stadium Stage
5 p.m. â Travis Kidd
6:30 p.m. â Jeff Fox
4 p.m. â Gary and John
5:30 p.m. â The Dirty Dogs
7 p.m. â Catfish Jackson
3 p.m. â Gary and John
5 p.m. â Ransom
7 p.m. â The Boston Mountain Playboys
2 p.m. â Cathead Biscuit
3:30 p.m. â Russ and Mike
5 p.m. â Zack Bramhall
7 p.m. â Trick Bag
Washington County Fairgrounds
5:30 p.m. â Music for Plants
8 p.m. â Ruckus
Arkansas Music Pavilion
7:30 p.m. â Candlebox, $12-$42
7:30 p.m. â Jamey Johnson, $27-$52