Friday, July 14, 2017

Celebrate Spoken Moto's First Anniversary on Saturday with Live Music and a 100-Mile Group Ride!

Posted By on Fri, Jul 14, 2017 at 4:18 PM

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While there may not be a huge Bend festival to entertain you this weekend, there are still plenty of options to listen to great music outside. If you haven’t snagged your tickets for Slightly Stoopid yet, it’s not too late to catch the San Diego rock/reggae/hip hop band at the Les Schwab Amphitheater on Saturday.

Spoken Moto Twist & Shout Anniversary Party

There are coffee shops. There are beer gardens. There are hybrid shops. And then there’s Spoken Moto. Spoken Moto believes in community, in old school craftsmanship and vintage motorcycles. They pair these with hand-roasted coffee, craft beer and quality goods. Over the course of the last year, Spoken Moto has created a place for community in an old forgotten mechanic’s shop in the Box Factory area.

To celebrate their first anniversary in Bend, Spoken Moto is throwing a huge party. The day begins at 10am with a 100-mile group motorcycle ride starting and ending at the shop. Starting at 1pm, head down to Spoken Moto for a plethora of live music. Here’s the lineup:

  • 1pm — Gringo
  • 3pm — Corner Gospel Explosion
  • 5pm — Weez-it
  • 7pm — Alarm 58
  • 9pm — Strange Rover

Expect a variety of rock and roll, from the indie and alternative variety to a Weezer cover band.

In addition to great live music, craft beer and coffee, you can also expect food and drinks from Curbbq, Scoutpost, Himalayan Bites, Phat Saddle, Addy Mac’s Ice Cream, Beerstream and Tipsy Lemon Cocktails. It’s going to be a rad day of community celebration in a cool space. Check it out!

Spoken Moto Twist & Shout Anniversary Party
Saturday, July 15. 10am-10:30pm.
Spoken Moto
310 SW Industrial Way, Bend.
No cover.


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