Harley-Davidson of Erie BikeFest just days away

The annual event starts Saturday at the Harley-Davidson of Erie dealership in Millcreek Township.

The annual Harley-Davidson of Erie BikeFest starts Saturday and continues through July 16 at the Harley-Davidson of Erie dealership, 3712 W. 12th St., Millcreek Township. Here’s a look at the schedule of events:

Saturday 

10:30 a.m.-noon: Registration and pre-ride gathering for A.B.A.T.E. of Erie County Seventh Annual Bull’s-eye Run, Star Club, 2104 Warfel Ave. Donation: $ 10 per person.

5-9 p.m.: BikeFest welcome party with live music from Thirst ‘N Howl at Miller Lite stage.

Sunday

10 a.m.-noon: MDA Miles for Smiles Poker Run registration ($ 15 per person)

3-6 p.m.: MDA Miles for Smiles MDA Poker Run after-party with live music from Next of Kin, Miller Lite stage.

Monday

Noon-1 p.m.: Driving Fore Disaster Golf Tournament (shotgun start), Lakeview Country Club, registration and lunch.

1-6 p.m.: Drive Fore Disaster Golf Tournament (shotgun start), Lakeview Country Club.

5-9 p.m.: Hogs & Rods Cruise-In at Liberty Park.

5-9 p.m.: BikeFest Roadhouse party at Sloppy Duck Saloon with live music by Jackson Station.

July 11

Noon-7 p.m.: Vendor Village at Harley dealership.

3-5 p.m.: Registration and pre-ride gathering for Law Enforcement Memorial Run at St. Jude’s Church, 2801 W. Sixth St. Donation: $ 20 per bike.

4-7 p.m.: Registration for United by Independents Ride ($ 10 per bike).

5 p.m.: Law Enforcement Memorial Run, memorial service and blessing of the bikes, by the Rev. John J. Detisch. Ride departs immediately following the blessing of the bikes.

7 p.m.: United By Independents Ride from Harley dealership to Liberty Park.

5-8 p.m.: BikeFest Roadhouse Party with live music by Steelhorse, Miller Lite stage.

6-7:30 p.m.: 8 Great Tuesdays/BikeFest concert at Liberty Park with live music by Ralph Chamberlain Jr. Band.

8 p.m.: 8 Great Tuesdays/BikeFest concert at Liberty Park with live music by Satisfaction.

July 12

9 a.m.-7 p.m.: Vendor Village at Harley dealership.

5-9 p.m.: Wild Wednesday Bike Night with live music by Two Bands, Hear No Evil, and Flight, Miller Lite stage.

July 13

9 a.m.-7 p.m.: Vendor Village at Harley dealership.

4 p.m.: BikeFest Roadhouse Party with live music by HiWay Starr, Miller Lite stage.

7 p.m.: BikeFest Roadhouse Party with live music by Geneva, Miller Lite stage.

July 14

9 a.m.-7 p.m.: Vendor Village at Harley dealership.

1-4 p.m.: Registration for Red, White & Chrome First Responders Appreciation Parade at Harley dealership. Staging at West Erie Plaza. Donation: $ 20 per person, includes T-shirt).

4:15 p.m.: Red, White & Chrome First Responders Appreciation Parade around Presque Isle State Park.

5 p.m.: BikeFest Roadhouse Party with live music by East Coast Turnaround, Miller Lite stage

7:30 p.m.: Z102.3 Harley-Davidson motorcycle giveaway, Miller Lite stage.

8 p.m.: BikeFest Headline concert with Sourmash, Miller Lite stage.

July 15

9 a.m.-7 p.m.: Vendor Village at Harley dealership.

10 a.m.-noon: Registration for Injured Motorcycle Riders Foundation Charity Poker Run at Harley dealership. Donation: $ 10 per person.

1-3:30 p.m.: BikeFest Roadhouse Party with live music by The Riff Riders, Miller Lite stage.

4-6 p.m.: International Master Bike Builders Association Bike Show at Harley dealership.

4 p.m.: IMRF Poker Run winners announced, Miller Lite stage.

4-7 p.m.: BikeFest Roadhouse Party with live music by Crush, Miller Lite stage.

7 p.m.: Thunder Roads Tattoo Contest, Miller Lite stage.

7:30 p.m.: I.M.B.B.A. Bike Show winners, Miller Lite stage.

7:45 p.m.: Harley-Davidson motorcycle raffle winner announced, Miller Lite stage.

8 p.m.: BikeFest headline concert with Land of Ozz, Miller Lite stage.

July 16

11 a.m.-2 p.m.: Neighborhood appreciation party (invitation only).

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