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27th annual Arizona Bike Week rolls into WestWorld April 3-7

Nightly concerts, stunt shows, charity rides, contests, camping and world-class vendors throughout the week.

The Southwest’s largest bike rally, Arizona Bike Week, returns bigger, better and badder for its 27th annual year to WestWorld of Scottsdale starting Wednesday, April 3 through Sunday, April 7. 

"We're thrilled to announce the return of Arizona Bike Week 2024, marking our 27th year of excitement. Each year, this event continues to grow in scale and enthusiasm. Arizona Bike Week offers non-stop attractions and outstanding musical acts at the unbeatable WestWorld venue. Whether you're a novice or a seasoned rider, or even if you're not a rider at all, there's something here for everyone," said Lisa Cyr, spokesperson for Arizona Bike Week.

Kicking off the four-night music festival in Arizona Bike Week’s RockYard is Southern rock rapper Yelawolf, who hits the stage Wednesday at 8:30 p.m. Known for bringing a hip and young demographic to events, Yelawolf’s notable hits include “Pop the Trunk,” “Let’s Roll” and "Best Friend.” 

Then, on Thursday night, saddle up for country rock singer Brantley Gilbert, who will take the stage with all his favorite songs, including “Bottoms Up,” “Kick it in the Sticks” and “You Don’t Know Her Like I Do."

Friday night is a double headline evening. Kicking the night off will be one of the leading alternative rock bands to emerge from the '90s, Everclear, with hits such as “Santa Monica,” “Father of Mine” and “I Will Buy You a New Life.” Then, the iconic blues rock superstar George Thorogood and the Destroyers will take the stage with hits like “Bad to the Bone” and “I Drink Alone.” Arizona Bike Week is a stop on their 50 Years of Rock world tour. Everclear will go on at 7 p.m. And finally, on Saturday, legendary alternative metal band GODSMACK will rock the RockYard with hits like “I Stand Alone,” “Awake” and “Voodoo,” which are certified anthems in hard rock history.

Secure your tickets now for these must-see concerts and all the entertainment and excitement that is Arizona Bike Week. You can stay on-site at WestWorld in one of the RV or tent campsites. Get your reservation now, before they’re sold out at and get your Rally Pass to Arizona Bike Week 2024.

Rally Passes are $119 and will grant you access to WestWorld for all the days of Arizona Bike Week. This includes vendors, stunt shows, bull-riding competition, bike shows, non-stop entertainment and all five concerts. Single-day passes are also available.

There are also several charity components to Arizona Bike Week. 

The Arizona Bike Week Charities Group runs the registrations for charity rides, as well as a number of other elements at the event. They use the funds raised from the event for various community service functions, focusing on group homes and veteran assistance. More information can be found at

Other must-see attractions at the event include After-Hour Parties, Stunt Shows, Bike Shows, Factory Demo Rides, a massive vendor village and all of the best bands from the local music scene performing day and night in the PowerYard.

WestWorld of Scottsdale is located at 16601 N. Pima Road.

For more information on Arizona Bike Week, call 480-644-8191 or visit