Monday, July 7, 2014

Heavy Rebel Weekender 14 Was As Epic As Ever

The Mud Rasslin' was alive and well at Heavy Rebel 2014

If you want to know about a good time to be had every July 4th weekend, then look no further than attending the Heavy Rebel Weekender, in Winston-Salem, NC. Three days of great music, incredible people and one of the best ride in car and bike shows on the east coast. Events go on far and wide, but not much can compare to the level of hospitality that is presented by all the staff of the Millennium Center and especially Greg the owner along with festival guru's Dave Quick, Courtney Southern and Scott Allen. They make this event what it is and now five years in a row, we are damn proud to be solid supporters of it. 

Check out some of the bands below we got to check out along with some photos from the event. Would have enjoyed taking a bunch more photos, but duty called and our booth was busy all weekend. 

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James Hunnicutt and Banjo Buck Thrailkill
Old Man Fred and another one of his infamous tshirts

Hangin' in the booth all day on Saturday is always a good time
Kitty Barks and Avery from the God Damn Gallows
One of the highlights of the car show was this Roadster
Big Scott's super clean cone Shovelhead chopper

Mopar Rob's brand new big block after the last one was blown at Steel In Motion a few months back

Ideas First, Safety Last

Awesome ceramic art from Mexico
Zombie Queen brought some of the best punk of the weekend
Rip in Peace Dave Brockie of Gwar and Joe Young of Antiseen
Camel City Flash door panel art on a 1948 Desoto

Classic Ford V8 emblem
Bean Bandits support sticker on a bitchin' Roadster
Kevin's awesome rat rod diesel semi truck
Del Soucier of Mutiny Cycles and the Road Devils created some great trophies for the car and bike show

Awesome folk art from Mexico was alive and well at Heavy Rebel
Pizza Dave finally found his new super hero outfit