39TH A.B.A.T.E. OF IOWA FREEDOM RALLY
Algona, IL (Nov 14, 2022) – A.B.A.T.E. of Iowa is excited to announce the 39th Annual Freedom Rally entertainment lineup. This year’s rally will take place June 29 – July 1, 2023, at Freedom Park in Algona, Iowa. In addition to some big-name musicians, the Freedom Rally hosts many different activities over the three-day weekend, including mud wrestling, a tattoo contest, a bike shows and rodeo, a burnout pit, fireworks, vendors, and much more!
This year, headliners include Heavy hitting rock legends Night Ranger on Friday Night, along with Multi-Platinum Country Super Star Trace Adkins closing the weekend on Saturday. Kid Kentucky and his American Badass Band, a Kid Rock Tribute Band, will open the weekend on Thursday Night. Support Artists include Heartbreaker (Pat Benatar Tribute), Banned, and the Dirt Road Rockers.
Rally Passes are on sale right now at www.abatefreedomrally.com! A.B.A.T.E. members can purchase 3-Day Rally Passes for just $60. Non-Members are also very welcome; passes are $120 if you are not an A.B.A.T.E. member. Though you can become a member to save money by enabling you to purchase a membership pass. It is just $90 for a Membership+3-Day Pass. Saturday-Only passes are also available, $60 for both members and non-members.
Dave Duffy, the State Coordinator for A.B.A.T.E. of Iowa, said, “The Freedom Rally is one of the largest bike rallies in the U.S.A., bringing in attendees from all corners of the country (and even other countries). We would love to encourage everyone to check it out this year. Whether you ride in on two-wheels or four.”
As the organizations main fundraiser and membership drive, the Freedom Rally is designed to bring awareness to all the important things that A.B.A.T.E. of Iowa is doing across the state of Iowa. Everything from the motorcycle education programs, like Share the Road, and 2-Wheel Trauma to their legislative impact in the state, where they are advocating for motorcycle rights in Iowa and Washington D.C.
ALL are welcome to the Freedom Rally - You do not need to be a member or a biker to attend. By becoming a member of A.B.A.T.E. of Iowa, you SAVE $30 on this year’s passes. A “Member” includes membership in any state-supported motorcycle rights organizations (any state), a complete list of accepted organizations is available on the rally website. All attendees must be 18 years of age or older.
Tent camping is included in the price of admission. Car, trailer, and bike parking is available on-site. R.V. camping is available but very limited; You can reserve your RV spot online this year with your Rally Passe.
About A.B.A.T.E. of Iowa Freedom Rally: For thirty-nine years, A.B.A.T.E. of Iowa has been sponsoring the Freedom Rally. Motorcyclists come from Iowa and nearby states, even as far as Canada and the western states. The rally attendees come to visit with friends, see great bands, a bike show and rodeo, mud wrestling, and other entertainment. There are vendors with various food, motorcycle-related merchandise, and tattoo artists.
Find out more about the festival by visiting www.abateiowafreedomrally.com or by following them on Facebook and Instagram - @iowafreedomrally.
About A.B.A.T.E. of Iowa: A.B.A.T.E. is a rights organization consisting of motorcycle enthusiasts throughout the state of Iowa. Our goals and purposes are to keep motorcyclists, members, and the public informed, promote safe riding habits and encourage favorable legislation for motorcyclists. These are accomplished through a monthly newsletter, safety education programs designed to help prevent fatal and personal injury accidents, lobbying at the state legislature, and voter registration programs. A.B.A.T.E. of Iowa’s goal is to keep our legislature informed about any legislation that we feel would be unfair or discriminatory towards motorcyclists. Preventing unfair legislation is much easier than struggling to get an unjust law repealed. A.B.A.T.E. of Iowa, Inc. also works with motorcycle rights organizations across the country to stop unfair federal legislation aimed at motorcyclists.
Find out more about the A.B.A.T.E. of Iowa by visiting www.abateiowa.org or following them on Facebook @abateiowa.