Taking place on the 1000 block of Barret Ave and hosted by The Barret Bar, Kentucky Kick Down is a vintage motorcycle show that is open to all makes of bikes that are twenty-five years and older. Motorcycles of all makes and years are absolutely welcome, but show judging will be limited to vintage motorcycles only. The event will also include an art show featuring local and regional artist, live music, vendors, a pool tournament, cash bar, food trucks, and the Miss Kentucky Kick Down Contest. Gates open at Noon, spectator admission is just $5, under 12 free with an adult. Bike registration, $25 to preregister $30 aft 9/11/15 http://kentuckykickdown.com/bike_show.html Vendor registration: http://kentuckykickdown.com/vendors.html Big Sid Memorial Ride info and registration: http://kentuckykickdown.com/sid.html Pool Tourney registration: http://kentuckykickdown.com/pool_tournament.html Miss Kentucky Kick Down registration: http://kentuckykickdown.com/miss_kentuckykickdown.html The Friday night pre-party will take place at Louis's " The Ton" An iillicit naughty night of two wheel madness , live music , live girls and beers, more info, https://www.facebook.com/events/918265008193778/ More info will be added to this event page as we get closer to the show so be sure to "join" and you will get the updates as they are posted. Also don't forget to share. Check out the new site for even more info, http://www.kentuckykickdown.com/ or contact us by email with questions, email@example.com NOTE: PLEASE DO NOT recreate this event. We greatly appreciate you passing along this info but ask that you simply include a link to this page. Thank you No outside alcohol, rain or shine event.Save
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Bio: Forming from the ashes of prominent long-running Louisville Rock & Punk bands, Vice Tricks began as a way to combine our love of melodic 50’s-60’s Rock & Roll with the energy of 70’s punk rock. Along the way have carefully crafted, carved, and botched our sound into something unique. By mixing th...See Full Bio
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