BikeFest takes on St. Pete Beach thru Sunday

- Looking for some free fun this weekend? BikeFest is underway in St. Pete Beach and it’s got more than just motorcycles.

Nightly beach concerts by national acts including Sister Hazel, Travis Tritt, Saving Abel and 38 Special, afternoon beach concerts from regional favorites, Roadkill Scavenger rides, Builder’s Row custom bike expo, bike shows, poolside biker games such as a hairy chest competition and belly flop showdown, a patriotic salute and even fireworks.

It’s hosted by TradeWinds Resort with title sponsor Bert’s Harley-Davidson with all elements of the event free and open to the public. 

That said, there is a cost to park at TradeWinds and space is only available for motorcycles so if you’re planning to attend without riding a bike you’ll have to park elsewhere and find your way to the resort.

You can find more information including the schedule of bands here:

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