Bike Week is only two weeks away. With all the bike festivities going on during the day and all the vendors set up at the J&P Cycles Destination Daytona Superstore helping customers with their questions, surely people are looking for a way to unwind at the end of the day. But what is there to do at night in this town? Simple! We come alive at night, and so do many others!
Here at the Coca-Cola Pavilion, located within the Destination Daytona complex, you can expect to see many bands performing on stage like this year’s featured artist Shooter Jennings, alongside with Diablo Canyon, plus Stephen Foster & Howler. If you’re in the market to grab a bite after the day’s madness, I suggest you pop over to Houligan’s for the ultimate meal before heading off to all the parties.
Beyond the Destination Daytona Coca-Cola Pavilion lies the Ormond Beach US 1 strip chocked full of world famous bars and saloons like the Iron Horse Saloon, Annie Oakley’s, The Broken Spoke, and last, but not least Smiley’s Tap & Tavern just to name a few. These are some of the most famous saloons known to bikers across the board. They provide a super friendly biker atmosphere, bike parking, great food and drink, and tons of bands perform live daily during the event. These places tend to get packed very quickly, so if you’re looking to get a great spot for any of the nightly concerts, it’s best if you go early and reserve a place to hang out!
Got an itch for trouble? Don’t worry; Main Street in Daytona Beach has got you covered! You can expect to get wild at places like these world famous bars: The Full Moon, Dirty Harry’s Pub, the legendary Boot Hill Saloon, Froggy’s, and Bank & Blues Club. Every night is a party in downtown Daytona with live music, great food and hundreds of vendors lined up to make this the best Bike Week you’ve ever been to!