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Motorcycle Events Prepare to Roll onto Delmarva

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OCEAN CITY, Md.- Two exciting bike events are back bringing bands, exhibitors, demos, food, stunts and four days of fun September 11-14.

OC BikeFest rolls into Ocean City for its fourth exciting, jam-packed year, at both the inlet and Roland E. Powell Convention Center.

The 14th annual Delmarva Bike Week returns to Salisbury at two locations, Arthur W. Perdue Stadium and WinterPlace Park. Rommel Harley-Davidson is the presenting sponsor again this year for both events.

OC BikeFest entertainment boasts an impressive lineup including national country superstars Jamey Johnson and Travis Tritt, plus the classic rock sounds of The Marshall Tucker Band and rockers Jackyl with Jesse James Dupree. Other acts throughout the weekend include the Rowdy Johnson Band, Big Engine and Kashmir, the Davisson Brothers Band and Jamiah on Fire and the Red Machine. In addition to great music other attractions include an extreme motorcycle thrill show, food and beverages, vendors, and more. The price of admission includes concerts. Details and advanced tickets are on sale now at OCBikeFest.com.

The Convention Center will have a huge area of national vendors, several motorcycle manufacturers, food and beverages, and so much more. Rommel Harley-Davidson Delmarva of Seaford will be set up with a full lineup of motorcycles to sell.

Delmarva Bike Week annually attracts more than 120,000 motorcycling enthusiasts to Salisbury. This year's activities at Perdue Stadium and WinterPlace Park includes demo rides, stunt shows, food and beverages, regional music acts such as Poverty Ridge, The Heart Tribute Band - Kick it Out, giveaways and exhibitors with all kinds of motorcycle gear, clothing, parts and accessories. A free shuttle will travel between the two Salisbury venues.

OC BikeFest and Delmarva Bike Week organizer Kathy Micheal says this event is for families and motorcycle enthusiasts alike who are ready for a good time.

Hours vary by location and can be found at www.ocbikefest.com and www.delmarvabikeweek.com . Tickets can also be purchased online. Consumers can save $5 on adult passes by purchasing before July 4th.
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