Washington State’s Gigantic Bicycle Festival Rings in its 10th Year with Electrifying Music Line-Up

Known for its scenic road and trail bicycle rides, Washington’s premiere music, visual art and bicycle festival is scheduled in Snoqualmie, WA, on August 4th and 5th of this year.

Featuring a diverse and regionally representative mix of creativity, the festival welcomes guest speakers, sculpture, specialty workshops and interactive art installation experiences. The 2023 festival will return to Snoqualmie’s Centennial Fields Park with performances by notable bands from across the country (some still TBA)!

Supported bike rides with 60- and 20-mile routes depart from the festival grounds Saturday morning. Festival goers spend the weekend camping, exploring the Snoqualmie Valley by bike, and taking in an impressive music lineup, outdoor movies, art and installation.

The entire experience forces us to rethink how we access activities. The Pacific Northwest’s’ passion for bike riding is right on par with its passion for music; energizing the community with many art forms, we can expect performances by prolific singer-songwriter Thao, noise-pop band Bleached, DJ Troy Nelson, and so much more.

First, you ride your bike, and when you’re done, you get to hang out, listen to music, check out art installations and food trucks, watch outdoor movies, and camp out. We can’t think of a better way to celebrate midsummer in the Pacific Northwest.

The festival will be adding a 60 Mile Trail Ride this year that will depart from the festival grounds Saturday morning. The three ride options will be the Gigantic 60- and 30-mile gravel rides and 20 miles road rides.

The festival and campgrounds will open at 5 pm on Friday the 4th, with DJs, food trucks, and art & installation in the park Friday evening.

Friday Schedule (August 4th):

5 pm Gates open

5:30pm DJ Troy Nelson

6:00 pm Bicycle Yoga

7:00 pm MAITA

8:15 pm Who Is She?

9:30 pm Bleached

Saturday Schedule (August 5th) TBA

Visit the Official Website for Scheduling Information Here

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