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Big Jim's Motorcycle Rally Rolls into Tahlequah- August 20 thru August 23,2014

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This past weekend, Tahlequah,OK was the site for the Big Jim's Motorcycle Rally.

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From the motorcycles, to the vendors, to the bands, there was a little something for everyone to enjoy. Despite the ungodly temperatures there was a great turn out of patrons, and volunteers.

The schedule included things like:

August 20th:

Poker Run & Bike Show Registration @ the Chamber of Commerce, Day Rides, Music from 59 South @ The Branch

August 21st:

Poker Run & Bike Show Registration @ the Chamber of Commerce, Day Rides, Music from Heather Wright @ The Branch

August 22nd:

The schedule included things like:

Vendor Booths that were open all day, food trucks from around NE Oklahoma, Music, Live Bands like: Wanted Reputation, Critical Mass, music artist-Austin Cobb, on the main stage in the park live music was included from David Kay Band, and Elvis T Busboy.

August 23rd:

This being the last day of the event the schedule included things like:

The Poker Run gets on its way and the Vendor Booths open up, the Bike Show began, the music began, the food trucks open up, there were some featured acts that came to perform like music artist Kim Reynolds,(the Poker Run returns), music artist Blake Turner, musical groups like: Free Kennedy and the Conspiracy. The main stage music included: Pat Moss and His Big Band & Joe Louis Walker.

To get a glimpse of what went on you can check out: . The sponsors for this great event that happened over the past weekend included: Cherokee Casino- Ft. Gibson/Tahlequah, NorthEastern Health System, Northeastern State University, Lakes Country 102.1, Cherokee Nation, Currentland, Arvest, Budweiser, and Ghosts Kustoms.

To top the event off people had the chance to purchase tickets to be put into a drawing for a 2014 883 Iron Harley Davidson. (Trust this examiner when she says , this was the sweetest piece of machinery she had ever seen.)

All and all this was a well put together event for the first one. This examiner is looking forward to seeing if this event will become an annual event for the community of Tahlequah. Till next year keep your eyes peeled to see what happens.