The dates are set! The Lowbrow Getdown is taking place Friday, July 13th through Sunday, July 15th, 2018.
Once again, Nelson Ledges Quarry Park in Garrettsville, Ohio will be 'HOME' for the weekend!
Though every Lowbrow Getdown has been held at 'the ledges', no two Getdowns have ever been the same, and this year will be no exception. Whether you're heading out by yourself to meet and hang with a bunch of like-minded individuals, or coming out with a caravan of your closest friends, good times are sure to be had by all.
If you've never been to the Getdown, and don't know what to expect, let's just say 'party' sums it up. This is NOT a bike show, with vendors or organized activities. It is a party in the woods with motorcycles, drinks, food, naps, swimming, campfires and friends! The swimming in the spring-fed quarry is sure to cure your hangover the next morning! Don't forget your floaty..
Camping at the quarry is $20 per night, payable to the campground at the gate.
** You may want to start thinking now about what you're going to do to win Best Campsite at the Lowbrow Getdown! There will be killer prizes awarded to camp sites who help add to the experience for everyone. More details on that to follow!
In this episode Truth talks with Jimmy G - the legendary vocalist for New York hardcore icons, Murphy's Law. The two discuss the now controversial Madball, Murphy's Law, Bloodclot, Wisdom in Chains, The Capturers outdoor show that happened last weekend in Tompkins Square Park (Lower East Side / New York City), the state of the country and hardcore scene right now, new Murphy's Law music and releases in the works, motorcycles and Jimmy's new Harley flathead, the Race of Gentlemen, Harley-Davidson the company, NY pizza, questioning authority, and more!
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"The exhibition weekend will take place at the historic Zidell Barge Building on the Southwest Waterfront in Portland, Oregon. It's a massive and rustic open-air building made for ship-making in 1930 that sits on 122,000 sq ft of outdoor space. We're showcasing over 200 unique bikes in the main space, and highlighting our partners in the open-air mall outside. Come for the bikes, stay for a beer, and celebrate custom motorcycles with us, like we've always done." Go here for tickets.
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