Veteran hard rock band RIOT have been moved into one of the headlining slots at the second annual River City Biker Fest on the Poteet Fairgrounds in San Antonio, Texas between April 29 and May 2. According to a posting on the group's web site, "it seems that one of the bands had to cancel for Saturday and the promoter has been getting a lot of phone calls and emails from all [the RIOT fans] and because of that he would like RIOT to headline the festival on Saturday May 1st, 2004. So we are now going to play a headlining show (90-100 minutes) with a very nice lighting show, including video screens. This will help celebrate RIOT's 25th anniversary and you should be a part of this show as we may be recording it both in video and sound. More [details] to come very soon."
As previously reported, River City Biker Fest will feature "plenty of camping, partying, two live stages with blues, rock, and country, bikini contest, burnout competition, poker run, custom bike show, bike games, indoor tattoo gallery, food, beer, vendors, and the breeziest ride in Texas," according to the festival's web site.
For more information on the River City Biker Fest, click here.
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