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Rock the Ride Fridays - Bike Happy Hour
Concert
Date: May 11 - 25, 2018
Time: 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Location: Show map
CLT Powerhouse
1507 Camden Road
Charlotte, North Caro 28203
United States

Phone: 7042719555
Email: lauren@yellowduckmarketing.com

Hop on a bike the last 3 Fridays in May and head on over to the Rock the Ride Fridays – Bike Happy Hour at the CLT Powerhouse, located at 1507 Camden Road and accessible via the Rail Trail, to listen to live music, sip an Unknown brew and participate in contests for a chance to win prizes. Bike commuters, avid cyclists, casual riders and anyone on a bike and their friends are all welcome! Beer will be sold by The Unknown Brewing Company. For more information, visit www.RocktheRideCLT.com. Don’t forget to commute to work from Owen’s Bagels with the Freewheelin Friday group on Friday mornings and return home via the happy hour! The Unknown Brewing Company is also hosting the Booty & Brews ride leaving the brewery at 6:15 p.m. to the Booty Loop and hosting live music on the front porch.


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