"The Bicycle Music Festival is the largest human powered festival in the world, featuring 18 bands, 3 festival stops, 2 bicycle parades with bands performing live from the backs of cargo-bikes as it rolls down the San Francisco streets and an enormous pedal-powered sound system."
Justin Ancheta Performs at the 2010 Bicycle Music Festival Parade from John Hamilton on Vimeo. Hundreds of people turned out over the weekend for the largest 100 percent bicycle-powered music festival in the world. This year’s Bicycle Music Festival began with a day venue in Golden Gate Park, and ended with an evening of performances […]
With everyone under the sun boasting their carbon reduction initiatives, including laughable entries by oil giants like Chevron and ExxonMobile, it’s nice to see an event that walks the walk, or pedals the pedals, as it were. The Bicycle Music Festival is an all-day musical event tomorrow that runs entirely on human power. The sound […]
From bicyclemusicfestival.com: The Bicycle Music Festival is a 100% bicycle-powered moving music festival, where audience members riding bicycles-in-place produce electricity for the sound system. In between venues, musicians like Rupa and the April Fishes and Jazz Mafia perform Live On Bike from a mobile stage.
This week, let the city know how you’d like to transform Masonic Avenue. Then, see the streets of the Mission transformed overnight as Sunday Streets returns. Plus, more highlights from the livable streets calendar: Tuesday: Masonic Avenue Street Design Community Workshop. SFMTA Staff will give a presentation on existing conditions and community members will share […]
Bicycle Music Festival is throwing a benefit party with bands, bikes and beer!
Filmed by Streetfilms’ John Hamilton. What better way to spend your Saturday than celebrating San Francisco’s bustling bicycle and music culture? The Bicycle Music Festival will feature a caravan of 15 different musical artists performing on 100-percent bicycle powered equipment, starting with a party at Golden Gate Park’s Log Cabin Meadow before pedaling over to […]