October 15 - 17, 2021 Bentonville, AR

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Concert Sessions

Riders, spectators, and lovers of a good time are invited to enjoy rock-steady music and mellow vibes from the Mainstage…

Supported by Visit Bentonville, the OZ Trails Off-Road combines thousands of mountain bikers, friends and family with a weekend of culture, music, vendors, and a dedication to a healthier world through outdoor recreation.

Riders and non-riders alike are encouraged to experience the music, enjoy beverages from Bike Rack Brewing Co. and soak in the positive, laid-back atmosphere the downtown venue provides.  When the OZ Trails Off-Road rides through the heartland of America, Bentonville, Arkansas is the place to be.

Note: the vendor expo, music festival, and beer garden are free and open to anyone. Participants interested in riding must register in advance.

– 2021 Lineup-

Kyle Tuttle Band

12:30p | Main Stage
Saturday, October 16

International Banjo Champion Kyle Tuttle is shredding his way through the jamgrass scene. Since moving to Nashville in 2012 Kyle has shared the stage with many epic performers, most notably as a member of the Jeff Austin Band for 3 years. Kyle has also worked closely with Jamgrass legends Larry Keel, Travelin’ McCourys, Leftover Salmon, Greensky Bluegrass, Billy Strings, and Railroad Earth. In addition to being seen around the jamgrass circuit, Kyle is a studio musician in Nashville and recently produced the Chain Station album ‘Backroads’.

A few words from Jeff Austin about Kyle,

“He’s one of a kind, I’m telling you. If there’s a better banjo player then show them to me. It’s a rare gift when somebody can connect theoretical musical depth, like knowing what phrasing you’re using, or what key you’re in, or what variation on the chord you’re using with, fucking balls of fucking steel. To just be able to dig in like he does and play his ass off, it’s amazing.”


Funk Factory

11:00a | Main Stage
THE PEOPLE’S CHOICE OF THE MID-SOUTH!
This band is comprised of some of the most talented and sought-after musicians & singers in the region…some people call it a “Super Team”! They have played and opened for artists like The O’Jays, Paul Jackson Jr., The Platters All-Stars, Ben Tankard, Maurette Brown Clark, Joey Williams of the Blind Boys of Alabama, Chante Moore, Frankie Beverly & Maze, Jazmine Sullivan, and many more.
Funk Factory covers a wide spectrum of music from Motown Soul to Guitar Soloin’ Rock & Roll, from Smooth Sinatra Jazz to Modern Pop, and to some good ole’ Boot Scoot & Boogie Country music!
High-energy lead vocalists, Jeron Isbell & Mike Corbin, have huge vocal pipes with even bigger personalities. Get ready to do some dance’n!

 


Darril Harp Edwards

9:30a | Main Stage

Born in the Twin Islands of Trinidad and Tobago, being from the island of Calypso and Limbo, Darril Harp Edwards has a strong passion for the national instrument the Steel Drums. He grew in talent at a young age and became a soloist, musical arranger & composer. HARP is very successful and is known internationally. Harp performed in Asia, Europe, North America, The Caribbean, and USA.

 


 

Past Epic Rides Series concerts have seen performances from Greta Van Fleet, Shakey Graves, Ozomatli, Infamous Stringdusters, Barrington Levy, Roger Clyne & the Peacemakers, El Ten Eleven, Cracker, Jamestown Revival, The Stone Foxes, Big Sam’s Funky Nation, and more!

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