The Teen Bands Join Other Big Acts Performing at AZ Bike Week. Plus Daily Stunt Shows, Scenic Charity Rides, Contests, On-Site Camping, and More!
Arizona Bike Week 2023 welcomes six teen bands from Alice Cooper’s Solid Rock Teen Centers competition Proof is in the Pudding. The bands will be performing at WestWorld on Sunday, April 2nd, in the Arizona Bike Week PowerYard. The young musicians will be on stage from 10am until 5pm, with a presentation of a donation to Alice Cooper’s Solid Rock from Arizona Bike Week in the afternoon.
Every fall Alice Cooper’s Solid Rock Teen Centers holds a competition called Proof is in the Pudding where teen musicians can enter as a band or solo artist. The competition features over 300 musicians ages 12 to 25 from all genres and it is the most well-known music competition in Arizona. The winning soloist and winning band get to open for Alice Cooper at his annual Christmas Pudding Show.
Alice Cooper’s Solid Rock Teen Centers is a non-profit organization founded by international rock star Alice Cooper and his wife Sheryl with a primary mission of making an everlasting difference on the lives of teens in the community by offering a safe and engaging environment during non-school hours. The centers offer free music, art and dance lessons, as well as vocational programs, and fellowships that help teens discover their passion through self-expression, and creativity. Anyone between the ages of 12 and 20 can get involved in the centers.
Arizona Bike Week has attended the Proof is in the Pudding finals each year since 2014 and selects bands from the competition and provides them the opportunity to play at AZ Bike Week.
“Alice and Sheryl Cooper’s commitment to helping young people develop their creativity and talent is truly inspiring. We try to support the centers in any way we can,” said Lisa Cyr of Arizona Bike Week.
Single Concert and All Concert Passes are on sale now for the four-night music festival in the RockYard. This year’s headlining bands are Staind, Billy Idol, Megadeth and Texas Hippies Coalition. Visit www.
With an expected attendance of over 75,000 people, AZ Bike Week is one of the largest motorcycle rallies in the country. Arizona Bike Week’s tremendous concert lineup has played a big role in making the rally an annual excursion for riders from all across the country. But music fans arriving on four wheels are welcomed warmly by the biker community as well.
You can come early to check out the rest of the rally festivities in the PowerYard where gates open Wednesday and Thursday at noon and 10am Friday through Sunday. Tickets are just $15 for the entire week of PowerYard admission. Concert tickets are sold separately and include complimentary PowerYard admission.
For those who want to camp, there are RV and tent campsites available as well.
Other fan favorites to check out at AZ Bike Week, daily charity rides, Stunt Shows, Bike Shows, All Out Dyno Drags, Factory Demo Rides, After Hours Parties, plus bands from the local music scene performing day and night in the PowerYard.
WestWorld of Scottsdale is located at 16601 North Pima Road, Scottsdale, AZ 85260.
For more information on Arizona Bike Week call (480) 644-8191 or visit www.Azbikeweek.com.