Rock and Rumble bike rally returns for its third year in downtown Kitchener. We are excited to announce that this year's event has been expanded to a two day festival on July 25 and 26!
NEW THIS YEAR! Friday night boxing: The Ring on King
Friday, July 25 7-10:30 p.m. Civic Square
Check out live boxing under the lights on Civic Square featuring a full line up of amateur contenders as they continue their journey towards the Pan Am Games in 2015.
Friday night will give those in attendance first hand introduction to power sports and industry suppliers. Enjoy our DJ from the licensed area, interactive exhibits, food vendors and a chance to test your skills on the mechanical bull, plus much more!
Rock and Rumble Bike Rally
Saturday, July 26 1-8 p.m.
Hundreds of motorcycles from across Canada and the United States will line King Street in front of City Hall while downtown shakes from the full line up of bands that will rock the main stage on Civic Square. This year Trixter headline , supported by hard rockers Last Bullet , The Keith Hill Project and more up and coming local talent.
Catch our Sunday event, the Outlaw Food Truck Festival, on your way out of town - Sunday, July 27.
There's a lot to see and do in Kitchener July 25 to 27.
Register your bike:
Rock and Rumble Bike Rally wouldn't be what it is without the bikes and on Saturday July 26 we will see over 400 bikes line King Street in Downtown Kitchener from all over Ontario. Show and shine with your chance to win prizes including the coveted Rock and Rumble- Best in Show title.
Register your bike by email or by calling 519-741-2200 ext. 7086
Now accepting vendor applications:
Deadline for vendor applications is June 27. For more information email us or call 519-741-2200 x7087
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