Country singer Brantley Gilbert set to headline 2024 Arizona Bike Week lineup

Nov 26, 2023, 3:00 PM

Brantley Gilbert performs at the Big Machine Label Group Lunch during CRS 2023 at Omni Nashville Ho...

Brantley Gilbert performs at the Big Machine Label Group Lunch during CRS 2023 at Omni Nashville Hotel on March 15, 2023 in Nashville, Tennessee. (Photo by Catherine Powell/Getty Images)

(Photo by Catherine Powell/Getty Images)

PHOENIX — Country rock singer Brantley Gilbert is set to headline next year’s Arizona Bike Week in Scottsdale.

Gilbert will take to the stage in the RockYard at WestWorld of Scottsdale on Thursday, April 4 at 8:30 p.m.

The 27th Annual Arizona Bike Week, the Southwest’s largest bike rally, will be staged from April 3-7.

“Arizona Bike Week just gets bigger and more exciting every year,” event producer Lisa Cyr of Arizona Bike Week said in a press release. “We’re especially excited for our killer lineup of bands this year in the RockYard. Brantley Gilbert brings the perfect combination of rock and country. We’re so excited he will be joining us to put on a phenomenal show for our 27th Annual Bike Week.”

The event will feature other nightly concerts, stunt shows, charity rides, contests and more. Alternative metal band Godsmack is also scheduled to headline next year’s event.

Gilbert’s top songs include “Bottoms Up,” “You Don’t Know Her Like I Do” and “One Hell of an Amen.” He has also written songs for Colt Ford and Jason Aldean.

In April, the country star released the deluxe edition of his album “So Help Me God,” alongside five new songs. He also won the American Music Award for Favorite Country Album in 2014 for his album “Just As I Am.”

WestWorld of Scottsdale is located at 16601 North Pima Rd.

More information about Arizona Bike Week can be found online.

We want to hear from you.

Have a story idea or tip? Pass it along to the KTAR News team here.

Arizona News

Water conservation rebate program expanding in city of Surprise...

Serena O'Sullivan

City of Surprise offering new water rebates for turf removal, landscapes and irrigation controllers

The city of Surprise is expanding its water conservation rebate program. These rebates are available through May 1, 2026.

7 hours ago

Fatal Phoenix hit-and-run still at large, MCSO says...

Serena O'Sullivan

Truck driver who struck jogger in fatal hit-and-run still at large, MCSO says

A jogger died after a hit-and-run in New River on Saturday at around 10 a.m. Officials have found the vehicle but not the suspect.

9 hours ago

Phoenix apartment complex pool...

Child in critical condition after being pulled from Phoenix apartment complex pool

A four-year-old girl is in critical condition after drowning in a Phoenix apartment complex pool on Sunday afternoon, officials said.

11 hours ago

Ted Kleca was last seen on Sunday at around 3 a.m., officials said. (Chandler Police Department pho...

Serena O'Sullivan

Silver Alert issued for missing Chandler man with cognitive condition

The Arizona Department of Public Safety issued a Silver Alert on Sunday for a 76-year-old Chandler man with a cognitive condition.

12 hours ago

A portion of UnitedHealth Group Inc.'s campus in Minnetonka, Minn. (AP Photo/Jim Mone, File)...

Tom Kuebel

Cyber attack on health insurance provider could prevent Arizonans from getting prescriptions

A cyber attack against Change Healthcare has prevented some patients from being able to fill prescriptions at local pharmacies.

12 hours ago

File photo of a Valley Metro Tempe Streetcar. Officials are encouraging people to use mass transit ...

1 woman killed, another injured in crash involving a light rail train in Phoenix

One woman was killed and another was injured in a crash involving a light rail car in Phoenix on Saturday night.

14 hours ago

Sponsored Articles


Day & Night Air Conditioning, Heating and Plumbing

Day & Night is looking for the oldest AC in the Valley

Does your air conditioner make weird noises or a burning smell when it starts? If so, you may be due for an AC unit replacement.


Collins Comfort Masters

Avoid a potential emergency and get your home’s heating and furnace safety checked

With the weather getting colder throughout the Valley, the best time to make sure your heating is all up to date is now. 


Sanderson Ford

The best ways to honor our heroes on Veterans Day and give back to the community

Veterans Day is fast approaching and there's no better way to support our veterans than to donate to the Military Assistance Mission.

Country singer Brantley Gilbert set to headline 2024 Arizona Bike Week lineup