Laconia Bike Week
The Broken Spoke Saloon will be the place to be during Laconia Bike Week, June 8 – June 15, 2013. From Foghat, Farrell Webber and Jasmine Cain to the Jon Butcher Band, Chyldz Play and James Montgomery & Friends, the music will be better than ever. Of course, we’ll also have plenty of other activities such as the Mechanical Bull, Oil Wrestling and our Live Bike Build. And make sure check out our new menu full of great apps, salads, sandwiches and burgers. As always, there are daily Happy Hour Specials and on Sunday, kids 11 and under eat for free! See below for a complete list of music, events and activities for Laconia Bike Week at the Broken Spoke Saloon.
For the first time ever, Foghat will be performing live at Bike Week in Laconia right here at the Broken Spoke. Get you butts in gear because they are going to rock the stage. With eight gold records, one platinum and one double platinum record, they will be killing it on Saturday night, June 15. And with our “We’ve Got You Covered” charge of $5, your first beer, soda or water is on us.
Grammy nominated Jon Butcher is back and ready to rock the Broken Spoke in Laconia on Friday night, June 14th. An icon of the Boston music scene in the 80’s, Butcher always brings it with a relentless repertoire of bluesy rock that is somehow old and new at the same time. Don’t miss your chance to see a legend at a legend, the Broken Spoke Saloon.
JAMES MONTGOMERY & FRIENDS
Blues legend, James Montgomery will be “bringing it on home” to the Broken Spoke Saloon in Laconia on Thursday night, June 13th. Montgomery’s high-energy brand of blues starts off in high gear and just never lets up. He has jammed on stage with B.B. King, Mick Jagger and many others so don’t miss your chance to see this master up close and personal on the Broken Spoke stage in Laconia.
Jasmine Cain may be smokin’ hot, but make no mistake: this girl from Sturgis rocks as hard as anyone you’ve heard. Get ready to be convinced—by her raw & soulful voice, legendary songwriting, and the blistering energy from her band of rebel rockers.
The Farrell Webber Band
One of the premier rock tribute acts in the nation, The Farrell Webber Band pays rock & roll homage to greats such as The Eagles, Aerosmith, Bad Company, Led Zeppelin, and the Doobie Brothers. In short, if it’s a classic rock favorite, they’ll be playin’ it for you.
Michael Vincent Band
If you dig powerhouse blues and blistering licks, don’t you dare miss the Michael Vincent Band. When it comes to Blues and classic Southern-style American music, these kids are experienced way beyond their years. (No wonder: they’ve played together since grade school.)
Chris Fitz Band
A rock and blues outfit that’s gigged from Memphis to Europe and back, the Chris Fitz Band brings the thunder to American roots music. Chris honed his chops during 5 years in Bay Area blues clubs before hitting the road with his full band—adding bass, drums and a kick-ass Hammond B3 organ to his legendary guitar.
High energy. Awesome tunes. And a look that’s like nothing you’ve seen before. Chyldz Play are the ultimate triple threat 80s tribute band, with everything from pop to rock to hair metal in their bag of tricks. From rock Cyndi Lauper and punk Billy Joel to note-for-note AC/DC, these guys will shake you all night long.
In the tradition of the Allman Brothers Band, The Peacheaters never do the same show twice. And they’re all about taking requests. Check out the foremost Allman Brothers tribute experience in the land—‘cause they ain’t wastin’ time no more.
This year marks 20 years of Joe Santana rockin’ the Spoke. Come join Joe Santana’s Kingfish in celebrating two decades of bringing the classics you love to the best biker bar on the planet. From Skynyrd to ZZ Top, the Who to the Doors, if you want to hear it…they’ll play it.
- Mechanical Bull
- Oil Wrestling
- Live Bike Build