Four day music and motorcycle festival roars in on Memorial Day Weekend

Four day music and motorcycle festival roars in on Memorial Day Weekend

A concert at OCC Road House
Photo courtesy OCC Road House

This Memorial Day weekend, OCC Road House & Museum on 49th Street is hosting a gigantic celebration with seven live concerts, the Full Throttle Motorcycle Expo, a cornhole tournament, cash giveaways and much more. The four-day festival runs Friday-Monday and showcases the biggest and baddest in bikes, music, food and drink.

Taking place jointly at the neighboring OCC Road House and Bert’s Barracuda Harley-Davidson, the 24th Annual Full Throttle Expo and music festival is expected to draw 30,000 people Friday-Monday. Rock bands Fastball (May 27 at 8 pm) and LILIAC (May 28 at 8 pm) headline the music portion of the festival, along with a long list of local favorites filling out the lineup with everything from ‘70s and ‘80s covers to original banjo tunes.


In addition to a street market featuring 40 vendors, the motorcycle expo will showcase hundreds of unique and custom bikes, while the Bike Builder Invitational will pit the region’s best custom motorcycles against each other as they compete for top prize money. Attendance to the festival is free all weekend, with the exception of the two headliner concerts. The cornhole tournament, taking place on Monday, May 30, is $5 per person for the social division, and $10 for the competitive division.

Newly-opened OCC Road House brings big energy, unique dining

OCC Road House & Museum opened last year at 10575 49th Street North, bringing a massive new restaurant, entertainment venue and attraction based on Paul Teutul’s wildly popular Orange County Chopper brand, and Full Throttle, the #1 motorcycle magazine in the U.S.

The interior of OCC
Photo courtesy OCC Road House

Beyond the motorcycle showcases, OCC Road House has delivered a huge menu full of filling eats. Starters like fried frog legs, gator tail and carnitas nachos are joined by a long list of pizzas, burgers, smoked meats, salads and southern-style sides.

As described on its website, “The makers of the finest hand-crafted, American made motorcycles in the world have built a restaurant, concert venue and museum to bring the OCC experience to life in St. Petersburg, Florida. Get ready to rev your engines, sip some cold brews and hit the open road at OCC Road House & Museum.”

Learn more about the Full Throttle Motorcycle Expo on their website.


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