Parking and Transportation

Rally Parking Tips

The Dickson Street area of Bikes, Blues, and BBQ is located in the middle of a historic residential area of Fayetteville.  As such, many streets have designated residential parking.  Spaces numbered 0-299 are permanently reserved for residents of the area with parking permits.  Please don’t park in these spaces (tickets, towing; you know the drill).  Spaces numbered 300 and above are Fayetteville city paid parking areas.  However, for the rally duration, Wednesday-Saturday, that “paid parking” designation in the Dickson Street Entertainment District has been suspended by the city.  That suspension does not apply to the area around the Fayetteville square.

But if you are looking for very secure, and convenient rally parking, we recommend the following:

  • The Progressive Covered Parking Lot

    Progressive Insurance has secured a parking lot in the middle of the rally right behind the Dickson St. bars.  Go north on West St. from Dickson and turn in behind the Hog Haus Brewery.  Not only is it free to bikers, it’s covered, and they’ve hired security officers to make sure your baby is perfectly safe while you’re at the rally.  Progressive is going to take care of you!

  • The Deck At The Dickson

    Special event parking available for Bikes, Blues, & BBQ September 24-27. Covered parking with easy access to all the action and park as long as you want. $20 first-time entry and $10 for each re-entry.  609 West Dickson, in the heart of the rally.  For more info, call 479.966.4111

  • The Baum Motorcycle Village Parking Lot

    Park on the east side of Razorback Road at Baum Motorcycle Village, and then ride the A and M Railroad to Dickson Street.  The train will be running every half hour and it’s a lot quicker than maneuvering through the traffic and trying to find a parking spot.

  • The Churches and Civic Groups on Dickson Street

    On the eastern end of Dickson Street, before you get to the party, you’ll find several large lots manned by various churches and civic groups.  These lots are safe and secure secure places to leave your “baby”, at a reasonable cost.

Train Transportation

Getting Around the Rally Has Never Been Easier.

Event maps with transportation pick-up and drop-off locations.

Motorcycle Rentals

Pig Trail Harley-Davidson of Rogers will be offering a variety of bikes for rental during the rally.  These include Ultra Classics, Road Kings, Road Glides, and Heritage Softail Classics.  Contact Kyle Johnson at: Pig Trail H-D – 877-633-9797 479-878-4913 479-636-9797

Taxi Service

NWA Taxi runs 24/7. Please call well in advance to reserve your taxi. They can be reached at: 479-756-8294 in Fayetteville/Springdale 479-636-8294 in Rogers/Bentonville

Car Service.

If you are looking for a private car to take you around Northwest Arkansas during Bikes, Blues, & BBQ please contact Joe Washington of Hotel Executive Transportation to reserve your car well in advance.

Phone: 479-640-1430 Fax: 479-631-2227 Email:

Bikes, Blues, & BBQ Washington County Fairgrounds/Dickson St Shuttle

The Bikes, Blues, & BBQ Shuttle will run from the Washington County Fairgrounds beginning Thursday, September 27 through Saturday, September 29. Pick up/Drop off locations at The Fairgrounds Pick-Up/Drop-Off location is at the Front Gate. Dickson St Pick-Up/Drop-Off is North of Dickson St at the West Avenue Bus Stop. The Shuttle is scheduled to run:

  • Thursday 4:00pm to 12:00am
  • Friday 4:00pm to 12:00am
  • Saturday 3:00pm to 1:00am

The Shuttle will leave the Fairgrounds on the hour and Dickson St on the half hour. The Price per person is $5 one way, $8 round trip.

The A and M Railroad Shuttle  Train – Dickson St. to Baum Stadium

A and M Railroad wants you to be safe and have the best rally possible.  So, they have partnered with Bikes, Blues, and BBQ to provide passenger cars to transport people from Dickson Street to the Randal Tyson Track Center. Pickup and drop-off areas are near George’s Majestic on Dickson Street and the parking lot on the east side of the Baum Stadium.The Train runs Thursday, Sept. 27-Saturday, Sept. 29 from Dickson Street to Baum Stadium.  Click here for pricing and schedules.