What’s Going On At the Daytona Broken Spoke Saloon?

brokenspokesaloon11The Daytona Broken Spoke Saloon (in Ormond Beach) is one of five in the main cities where the show tour stops by every year for bikers to have a few drinks and get a lot of entertainment. So, what’s the line up for next week rally. Headlining the Spoke for Bike Week ’09 are the Kentucky Headhunters on Thursday, March 5th and BlackFoot on Friday, March 6th. The free tunes at The Broken Spoke Saloon will feature an eclectic mix of Rock & Roll, Blues and Country, complimented by the death-defying feats of the Lucky Daredevil Thrill Show.  Billed as the Silver-tongued Devil and the Dominatrix of danger, Tyler Fyre and Thrill Kill Jill know how to draw an audience with their ÒSnakes, Swords, Fire and more show.  Catch them at the Spoke from Wednesday, March 4th through Saturday, March 7th at 3:00pm.

The Broken Spoke’s Daytona free concert series features nine days and nights of live music, beginning at 1:00pm from Friday, February 27th and earlier at 11:30am beginning on Wednesday, March 4th.  The music plays until 12midnight.  In addition to the free music, the famous “Girls of the Broken Spoke Saloon” will be dancing, smiling and serving drinks daily, and owner Jay Allen has a slew of hot contests lined up.  To fuel your fun, the Spoke will be serving up “Famous Philly’s” authentic Cheese Steaks, fried shrimp, oysters, catfish and lobster rolls from Florida’s Captain Joe’s Seafood and Hadden’s BBQ’s Applewood smoked ribs, brisket and more all the way from Colorado.  And don’t leave the Spoke without getting an autograph from former Playboy model and Miss Sturgis, Debbi Davids. The Legendary Broken Spoke Saloon is located on US-1 in Ormond Beach

1 Response to “What’s Going On At the Daytona Broken Spoke Saloon?”

  1. 1 burnout Mar 9th, 2009 at 11:36 am

    ‘Spoke was dusty as usual but lots of energy. Headhunters were perfect as usual, Nick L did his thing and Debbi D is just THE bomb! Did my own burnout of course! peace

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