Rockin’ Roll Bike and Music Festival

oct 10

noon to 10 p.m.

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Oct 10 2020

noon to 10 p.m.

The Riff
1900 W Sunset Street
Springfield, MO
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 3rd Annual Rockin’ Roll Bike and Music Festival – A fantastic bicycle ride, with distances for all, combined with great music, snacks, and refreshments at each rest stop!!  Cyclists will leave The Riff, and head to the Frisco Trail, returning on the same route to enjoy dinner, drinks, and live music by David Hinson & Randall Shreve, and more.

The event begins with an afternoon Bicycle Ride, with choice of 62, 40, 20, and 10-mile routes, starting and ending at the Riff.  There will also be a gravel option for the 62-mile ride for all the gravel lovers!  After the ride, enjoy dinner, drinks and a variety of vendors before our evening show.

Starting times for rides:

62 & 40 mile-1:00PM
20 mile- 2:00PM
10 mile-3:00PM

Each ride includes rest stops with local music entertainment and refreshments. Local Vendor booths are open from 1:00PM to 7:00PM. Dinner, drinks & music by David Hinson will be enjoyed after the ride from 4:00-6:30p.m. Our Featured performer, the amazing Randall Shreve will perform at 7:00PM!!!

In complying with the present Greene County ordinance requiring masks, we will ask all participants to wear masks when indoors and practice social distancing.   We will provide an OUTSIDE as well as an inside safe option to our dinner and musical performances.

What is Music Therapy of the Ozarks:  

  • Music Therapy of the Ozarks is a local non-profit organization whose mission is to Provide the Healing Power of Music Throughout the Lifespan by Offering Funding Assistance and Building Community Awareness.
  • Music Therapy is "the clinical and evidence-based use of music interventions to accomplish individualized goals within a therapeutic relationship by a board-certified music therapist."
  • Music therapy uses music to address emotional, cognitive, motor and social issues in people of all ages. It is often used with people who have disabilities or illness, but the healing benefits of music can be enjoyed by anyone at any age.

The scholarship fund helps children and families impacted by a variety of developmental factors including autism spectrum disorders, Down syndrome, cerebral palsy and various learning disabilities and also provides funding for music therapy programming in our community, thanks to the support of events like the Rockin’ Roll Bike and Music Festival.

Julie Cassity: 417-861-7345
President & Founder - Music Therapy of the Ozarks
Taylor Frederich: 417-527-5407 or 417-887-3400
Ride Director - Price Cutter Charity Championship