2024 Northwest Tune-Up
Festival Details:

Northwest Tune-Up isn't your average mountain bike festival. It’s a thrilling fusion of world-class music, adrenaline-pumping bike races, and award-winning breweries —all in one of North America’s best mountain bike destinations.

Experience 3 days of bike demos from top cycling brands, shuttles to nearby trailheads, hands-on skills clinics, spectator-friendly bike races, endless cycling entertainment, 20+ taps from local craft brewers, and over a dozen performers across 3 stages.

Mainstage Music:
* Friday: Yonder Mountain String Band (bluegrass) Indigo De Souza (bubblegrunge) Petty or Not (pop) and The Lil Smokies (Montana roots bluegrass)
* Saturday: Lupe Fiasco (hip-hop) Emancipator (livetronica) Magic Sword (synthwave) and Protoje meets Tippy I (modern reggae)
* Sunday: RJD2 (electronica) Dengue Fever (Cambodian rock) Saxsquatch (filthstep with Bigfoot) and The Moondoggies (American rock)

Poster art by Finn Donnelly

Free afternoon music on the Tunetown stages in Expo Village. Besides the public zone, paid ticket are accessible for all fans: music-only tickets, 3-day tickets, VIP tickets, single-day tickets, and youth. Children 12 and under free with adult.

Located at the Bellingham Waterfront, July 12–14, 2024.  For tickets or more information, visit nwtuneup.com.


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