Celebrate bike culture with an outdoor festival of film, live music, DJs, a fair, and more! Featured film: Rad — the “extreme BMX movie classic.”
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Saturday, August 25, 2012 | 5 p.m. – 11 p.m. | Free
Cal Anderson Park
1635 11th Ave E, Seattle, WA 98102
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Northwest Film Forum’s 7th annual Bike-In is a free, outdoor celebration of sustainable transportation, community and the arts, co-presented with the Vera Project. Held in Cal Anderson Park on Capitol Hill, the event includes live music and DJs, film, and a fair from local cycling organizations and merchants.
Summer nights never felt so right to be on two wheels!
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>> Rad, the 1986 extreme BMX movie classic. A hometown kid on his BMX against the best in the world. At Helltrack… the heat is on. Does Cru’s Rad Racing Team have the intensity to win? With a live vinyl soundtrack by Jon Francois & DJ Tomm Johnson.
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>> The Film Forum’s annual poster sale
Bicycle fair opens
Live performance program:
Rad screening with live soundtrack begins at dusk
**This screening continues the tradition of Movie Nite, a musical interpretation of great movies told through vinyl records. Movie Nite was created in 2008 by Jon Francois & Marcy Stone-Francois. Without emphasis on genre, they began composing original soundtracks live with vinyl records and sound samples for films varying from The Warriors to Charlie Chaplin’s Modern Times.