Poconos Park Hosts Upcoming Motorcycle Show & Concert

The official poster for the Lost Highway Motorcycle Show & Concert featuring Friday and Saturday performers (Photo Credit: Lost Highway Show website)

Selena Careri
News Editor

Lost Highway Motorcycle Show and Concert featuring Lynyrd Skynyrd and The Marshall Tucker Band will be held at Poconos Park from May 19-21.

Poconos Park, formally known as the Mt. Laurel Performing Arts Center, reopened this past September in Bushkill with renovations to their festival grounds and banquet hall.

“Lynyrd Skynyrd will take the stage on Friday, May 19 with direct support by fellow Southern rockers, The Marshall Tucker Band,” states their PR team. Other performers include Jess Zimmerman Band and Seth Enslow, according to the Lost Highway website.

Saturday’s lineup will include performances by Struggle Jennings, Bones Owens, Redlight King and Rick Monroe and the Hitman, according to the website.

The event will partner with Pocono Mountain Harley Davidson for motorcycle giveaways, games and more, according to their PR team.

Tickets for the motorcycle show and concert are on sale now and start at $19.99, according to their website. Camping and hotel packages are also available.

John Oakes, CEO of Poconos Park, is the founder of the Lost Highway Motorcycle Show & Concert which was originally held in CA, according to their PR team. Oakes’ interest in motorcycles is displayed across his Instagram.

You could also enter a sweepstakes to win a 2022 Harley Davidson Road Glide customized by Taylor Schulz and Speed Kings Cycle Supply at their website.

More information about the Lost Highway Motorcycle Show & Concert can be found at their website.

A motorcycle swap meet partnered with Deadbeat Customs on April 30 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. will be the precursor to the motorcycle show and concert, according to their PR team.

“The event will showcase the latest customs, parts, and accessories, and allow motorcycle enthusiasts to ‘wheel and deal’ to upgrade their ride, sell off old parts, or just take in the awe-inspiring workmanship and latest technology of today’s custom bikes,” states their PR team.

Admission for the swap meet is open to bikers and the general public and will cost $10 and 10×20 vendor space will cost $30, according to their PR team.

More information for the motorcycle swap meet can be found at the Deadbeat Customs website.

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