Begins Friday April 22 at 7:00Pm
about the festival
Bikes on the Bayou celebrates motorcycles, bicycles and scooters in Eleanor Tinsley Park and along Allen Parkway. This all-inclusive festival will bring together the city’s two-wheeled enthusiasts to celebrate music, culture and their riding communities. The three-day event will also provide motorcyclists the opportunity to participate in cruises throughout the festival space and secure overnight parking on festival grounds. Event organizers have meticulously chosen music acts for the festival with different genres to reset the mood each day.
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WHERE TO PARK
Only tickets for the full weekend are being sold. We’ve made the ticket as inexpensive as possible,
however, to encourage you to come more than one day.
While we don’t have activities designed specifically for children, Bikes on the Bayou is
absolutely a family friendly event. The more the merrier.
Motorcycles (as well as scooters and bicycles) are welcome on the festival grounds. The inner and
outer two lanes on Allen Parkway (east and westbound) will be reserved for motorcycle parking.
Furthermore, overnight security will be provided so bikes can be left overnight or for the duration of the
Here’s a better list of the things you definitely cannot bring:
The Houston Parks and Recreation Department regulations prohibit dogs, amphibians, reptiles and snakes that may or may not be considered dangerous. Therefore, we require the ban of all such animals. This does not include Seeing Eye dogs or other dogs that provide assistance to physically challenged individuals.
Also, no outside food or drink, lawn chairs, coolers, or four-wheeled vehicles, and no firearms are allowed inside the grounds as Bikes on the Bayou is a 51% business.