The event, which is typically scheduled in late September when the Arkansas football team is on the road for the Southwest Classic, will take place later in 2022.
Bikes, Blues & BBQ officials have announced that the 2021 motorcycle rally will be postponed.
Washington Regional Medical Center is asking that Bikes, Blues & BBQ be postponed this year due to a recent surge in COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations.
The annual Bikes, Blues & BBQ rally will return in 2021 after last year’s event was cancelled due to COVID-19.
Despite the cancelation of the official Bikes, Blues & BBQ rally, additional motorcycles will be in the Northwest Arkansas area later this week.
Officials said the event was canceled because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Bikes, Blues & BBQ officials are still hoping to host an event this fall, officials announced in a video released earlier this week on their Facebook page.
The 2019 Bikes, Blues & BBQ rally included less arrests, but more wrecks than last year, according to Fayetteville police.
A music schedule and some of the highlight’s of the annual Bikes, Blues & BBQ rally, set for Sept. 25-28 at locations in and around Fayetteville.
This year’s event included a total of 28 arrests, 23 rally-related citations, 3 wrecks, and 1 stolen motorcycle during the four-day rally.
A music schedule, and some of the highlights of this week’s Bikes, Blues & BBQ Rally in Fayetteville.
Here’s a list of things you could do at the rally, or things you could do somewhere else.
The 2017 Bikes, Blues & BBQ rally included more citations, but less arrests than last year, according to Fayetteville police.
Springdale, Bentonville, Rogers, Eureka Springs and other Arkansas towns are taking advantage of the expanding rally.
The Fayetteville Police Department will be using new barricades as part of enhanced security for the 18th annual Bikes, Blues, and BBQ rally.