7th Annual Colonial Beach Bike Fest - October 8-11, 2020
Browns Island Richmond Va.

7th Annual Colonial Beach Bike Fest - October 8-11, 2020

The Colonial Beach Bike Fest has been cancelled.

Locations Quantity Price Range
Our apologies, but no locations are currently on sale
Town Hill, Corner of Colonial Ave. and Washington Ave., Colonial Beach, Virginia 22443.

Ticketstobuy charge by phone: 804-794-6700. Normal hours for ticket purchases: Monday-Friday  9am to 5pm, closed on Saturday and Sunday.
Ticket information and event information: Chamber of Commerce office, 804-224-8145, M-Fri, 9am to 2pm.

Colonial Beach Chamber of Commerce presents
The 7th Annual Colonial Beach Bike Fest

with music from Blackfoot and The Cactus Jack Band (Friday), Black Stone Cherry with Double Down (Saturday), and TBD (Sunday).

Thursday (Free admission, first come, first served).
Friday, Saturday, Sunday October 9-11, 2020. Gates in the main concert area opens at 6pm on Friday and Saturday, 1pm on Sunday.

Your 3 day ticket (Friday, Saturday and Sunday) will get you access into the main stage ticketed area on Town Hill for each concert. This is a limited restricted area. Re-entry will be allowed.

Music begins shortly after gates open.  All ages are welcome, all require a ticket.

About the Bike Fest.....
This four-day, blow-out motorcycle event is filled with vendors, bands, bike shows, and more.
The streets of downtown Colonial Beach are lined with bikes of every make and model.  The town greets 30,000+ visitors and black leather is the popular fashion statement.   Make your reservations early because our accommodations and restaurants fill up quickly. The Bike Fest is held on Town Hill and on the Boardwalk.

The Colonial Beach Bike Fest would like to Thank You for your continued support over the years.  This Annual event continues to grow in all aspects.  The 7th Annual Colonial Beach Bike Fest will now have 3 Nights of National Music on our Big Stage.  We are Proud to bring the best in Rock with Blackfoot and The Cactus Jack Band on Friday, Black Stone Cherry with Double Down on Saturday, & TBD on Sunday. We are also pleased to add in our FREE & OPEN TO ALL areas; we will have the Sick Sledz Invitational Pro Class Bike Show featuring all the best custom shops from around the USA w/ Brett Wagner aka Big Swagg from Monster Garage as the official emcee. We will also have Johnny Lange of Strip Club Choppers, and Mr. Full Throttle Saloon himself; Mike Mallard as some of our featured vendors; along with apparel, food vendors, and many other. As you can imagine; with striving to make this event bigger and better every year; the costs associated with putting on this event continues to grow.  In order to bring you the BEST and continue growing; we will be selling a CHEAP/ INEXPENSIVE $10 - 3 DAY TICKET for the Concert Grounds Only. All vendors will be outside the ticketed main stage concert area and are FREE & OPEN TO ALL. The Colonial Beach Bike Fest would like to THANK YOU in advance for your continued support! ******* COME JOIN US FOR SOME FUN! *******

Three day event ticket
- Tickets (online only) are $10 in advance and will be sold through Friday October 8 unless sold out in advance. Early Bird tickets are buy 3 get 1 free, and will be on sale for a limited time. If available, tickets will be sold at the gate on the days of the event.  Three day event tickets are good for Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

All ages require tickets.

Thursday music-
Thursday's music at Town Hill is free, first come, first served.

Processing fees apply. No refunds or exchanges, all sales are final.

Will-Call delivery-  Available 10 days from the event weekend. Tickets purchased online can be picked up on the day of the event at the venue once the box office opens. In order to pick up tickets at the box office, print your email receipt and bring it with your photo id to the ticket box office tent. If, for any reason, you never received your email ticket receipt, your photo ID should be sufficient to pickup your tickets.

Ticketstobuy ® [email protected] eTicket TM - Primary delivery method.  This delivery method allows you to print your tickets from your computer as well as having your eTickets on your mobile device when used with your order confirmation email address.  Once you complete your ticket purchase, our system will display your order on the final checkout page. Your eTickets will be sent based on the email address you used when you placed the order.  Please be sure this address is correct! If you print your eTickets, bring all of your printed ticket sheets to the gate for entry into the event. Do not cut the ticket sheets! Pictures of tickets are not accepted at the front gate in place of an actual printed eTicket. Mobile users must have their order email confirmation on their mobile device with the attached PDF eTicket sheets for entry into the venue.  Printed and mobile eTickets will be scanned at the main entrance gate.

U S Mail 1st class delivery-  Optional delivery.  All ticket orders can be shipped using U.S.Mail 1 st class service and is available up to 10 days from the event weekend.  Normally, orders are shipped within 2 weeks.
Blackfoot - Friday October 9
Blackfoot was originally formed in 1970’s by Rickey Medlocke, current lead guitarist of Lynyrd Skynyrd. Blackfoot has always been defined by their hard rock edge, evident on their most successful singles “Train, Train” and “Highway Song.” In 2012, Medlocke recruited a completely new line-up of the band to continue the music of Blackfoot for new generations. Blackfoot is currently booking. If there’s one thing Rickey Medlock can’t do, it’s sit still. The Blackfoot co-founder and Lynyrd Skynyrd guitarist is constantly looking for ways to challenge his creative impulses, and his latest pet project has been to shepherd the next-generation incarnation of his beloved Blackfoot. Under Medlock’s steady guidance, lead guitarist/vocalist Tim Rossi, Jeffrey Shields vocals, Seth Lester guitarist, John W Lee bassist and Wesley James drummer.

Black Stone Cherry - Saturday October 10
Family comes first—you can never forget who was there with you from the start. The Edmonton, Kentucky-based rock n' roll quartet Black Stone Cherrywas raised on musical forefathers such as Cream, Led Zeppelin, Muddy Waters, and the Faces, among other 1970s staples, and, now, with its sixth album, Family Tree, BSC salutes its classic rock heritage and honors its legacy with a beast of a Southern rockn' roll album."We caught divine intervention with this one," guitarist Ben Wells says with a good chuckle. "We hit a creative spark and tapped into a spirit and a fire we hadn't before." Drummer John Fred Young adds: "Family Treeshowcases all of our collective musical influences and how we have taken those to create something that is truly our own unique Southern American Rock ‘N Roll Sound."For 17 years, Black Stone Cherryhas put forth a new vicious breed of Southern rock, injecting youthful vitality and a myriad of fresh new influences into the beloved American rock tradition. To date, the band has released five critically acclaimed albums, and one well-received blues EP. Black Stone Cherry has also rocked 12,000-cap arena shows, topped the UK charts,and shared the stage with a diverse roster of superstars, including Def Leppard, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Bad Company, Motörhead, and ZZ Top.Black Stone Cherrycame together in 2001 in Edmonton, Kentucky, eventually coalescing around the lineup of Chris Robertson, vocals and guitar; Ben Wells, guitar and vocals; Jon Lawhon, bass and vocals; and John Fred Young, drums.Young's dad Richard, and his Uncle Fred, are two members of the iconic country-fried rock n' roots band The Kentucky HeadHunters, and the high school-aged boys came up honing their craft in the group's Practice House, a 1940s bungalow."We grew up in the Kentucky Headhunters' rehearsal space, looking up at posters of Cream, Led Zeppelin, Uriah Heep, the Stones, Montrose, and the Faces. We were like kids someone took in a time capsule and put in the woods," says drummer John Fred Young.Like the band's previous album and EP, Black Stone Cherryopted to self-produce and track Family Treeat David Barrick's Barrick Recording, the same studio where BSC recorded its self-titled debut and Kentuckyalbums . BSC also opted to not over-rehearse in advance of the album, instead preferring the immediacy and spontaneity of in the-moment takes. "There was a lot of laughter in the studio this time, and an air of comfort because we had self-produced the last few releases. It helped us get down to the nitty gritty bones of our music," says bassist Jon Lawhon. The band also entrusted guitarist and vocalist Chris Robertson to mix the album. This homespun approach perfectly suited the loose but epiphanic creative sessions that birthed Family Tree.Family Treeboasts BSC's tried-and-true lucky number with its 13 songs, and, like all BSC releases, features songwriting contributions from each member. The result is a modern and meaty blues-based rock album, with unexpected sonic twists like punchy horn sections, barrelhouse pianos, Southern gospel organ, atmospheric synthesizer passages, and forays into funk and country.Two special guests bring Family Treefull circle, one being Chris' 5 year-old son singing backup on the brawny swaggering "You Got The Blues," and the other being jam band icon Warren Haynes' vocal and guitar cameo on the delta stomp of "Dancing In The Rain." The band first met Warren 17 years ago when they first came to New York to showcase for their new label. "I remember coming to New York when we first were signed, and hearing Warren's voice behind me the minute my feet hit the street," recalls bassist Jon Lawhon. "Hearing him play on this track all these years later gave me chills."Having Warren guest on the album was a wonderful gesture of "you're in the family now."It was truly a validation of all the miles the band has clocked on tour, and the dues the guys have paid being away from home."It's amazingto me how four good old boys from nowhere Kentucky can still be around 17 years later," singer/guitarist Chris Robertson says. Ben Wells concludes: "I don't remember how life was outside of Black Stone Cherry. The four of us are family."