The Ginger Ninjas Present

The Pleasant Revolution Tour (Pictures)

August 22, 2009

Seattle Bicycle Music FestivalSpace Needle MuralSeattle BMF t-shirt

Get your 2009 SBMF merchandise here

The Route:   Ride your bike to 4 venues- listen to 17 musical acts-                          participate in pedal powered revelry

Bands :           Bring Cash to support the bands!

                                               Volunteer :  Get involved- Spread the Joy

                                               Sponsors :   Visit these hip companies

 
Seattle Flyer Aug 22

Or donate HERE nonprofit info avail upon request
August 22nd the tour is coming to Seattle and joining with local bands!
A Bicycle Music Festival typically features: a 1–2000 watt pedal-powered PA system, as many as 15 bands, up to 7 festival stops, outrageous Critical Mass-style bicycle party caravans between festival stops, and zero use of cars or trucks.
With its completely bike-haulable stage, the event is packed up and deployed numerous times: staged sequentially at different public parks and also on a moving “Live On Bike” stage which rolls down city streets.

Aeolian at Denny Park

contact:

seattlebicyclemusicfestival@gmail.com

 

 
The mission of the Bicycle Music Festival tour is to promote sustainable culture in general and bicycle culture in particular, by physically engaging and immersing communities in the magic of bike culture, and cultivating and nurturing networks of local sustainable musicians, through our staging of free, community participatory, bicycle-based music events.The Pleasant Revolution Bicycle Music Festival Tour follows in the tire tracks of the San Francisco BMF—”the largest 100% bicycle-powered music festival in the world”—and the Ginger Ninjas’ globe trotting bike music shenanigans. San Francisco’s free, all-day (and late into the night) event takes place annually on the Saturday closest to the summer solstice.

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