2ND ANNUAL HOUSTON ART BIKE PARADE & FESTIVAL
The annual celebration of human-powered art on wheels returns to MacGregor Park and the Orange Show World Headquarters! Whether you’re a serious biker or a novice, our mission is to encourage you to explore your creativity while enjoying riding your bike in Houston.
This year’s event offers something for everyone, at multiple locations throughout the day. See the schedule below and register to attend any of the events!
SATURDAY, MAY 13
10am – 1pm: Houston Art Bike Parade & Festival
MacGregor Park, 5225 Calhoun, Houston, TX 77021
Students, youth groups, families, and individuals are invited to both participate in the parade and cheer on hundreds of art bikes as they roll through MacGregor Park. Enjoy live music, community activations, food & drinks, and art bikes!
FREE TO ATTEND
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
6pm – 9pm: Houston Art Bike Festival & Concert featuring MonoNeon
Orange Show World HQ, 2334 Gulf Terminal Drive, Houston, TX 77023
Head to the Orange Show Center for Visionary Art for more Art Bike fun! Enjoy opportunities to transform your bicycle into an illuminated Art Bike, experience hands-on interactive workshops and art activities, and stay for an incredible concert from acclaimed bassist and former Prince collaborator MonoNeon.
FREE TO ATTEND
CLICK HERE TO RSVP
9pm-11pm: 50th Annual Moonlight Ramble
Starts & Ends @Orange Show World HQ,
2334 Gulf Terminal Drive, Houston, TX 77023
Hop on your Art Bike and join us as we present the 50th Annual Moonlight Ramble, a Houston tradition and 10-mile evening bike ride through Houston’s East End. We’ll start out at the Orange Show World HQ and with a police escort in tow, ride to Saint Arnold Brewing Company for a rest, a beer, and some music. Together, we’ll ride back to the Orange Show through downtown, showing off to the city our creativity and love of biking!$20 REGISTRATION FEE – CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
Registration includes a complimentary beverage at Saint Arnold and a special illuminated bracelet.
Proudly presented in partnership with H-E-B, The Brown Foundation, Ruth Foundation for the Arts, HISD,Houston Parks & Recreation Department, and The City of Houston Mayor’s Office of Special Events