RIOT, SAXON, APRIL WINE Confirmed For RIVER CITY BIKER FEST

RIOT, SAXON, APRIL WINE and PAT TRAVERS are among the artists scheduled to perform at the second annual River City Biker Fest on the Poteet Fairgrounds in San Antonio, Texas between April 29 and May 2, 2004. This four-day event 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.

RIOT will take the stage at about 8:00 p.m. Friday, April 30 and will perform a 90-minute set that will include all of the group's "greatest hits" as well as some new songs from their upcoming album, tentatively due out in the spring of 2004.

For more information on the River City Biker Fest, click here.

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