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September 25, 2021

Gears & Guitars Music Festival

Gears & Guitars music festival will be lighting up Bailey Park this year in conjunction with the Winston-Salem Cycling Classic races!

Friday, September 24:
Gates open at 6 PM

Grace Potter
Hannah Wicklund

Saturday, September 25:
Gates open at 5 PM
Gov’t Mule
Devon Gilfillian
Ida Mae

Sunday, September 26:
Gates Open at 2 PM

The Smithereens
Magnolia Green

Tickets and VIP packages are available for purchase through Etix or in person at the gate the day of the event. All concerts are general admission and will be held at Bailey Park in downtown Winston-Salem.  Children under 10 are admitted free.

The 2021 Winston-Salem Cycling Classic and Gears & Guitars Festival are taking COVID-19 safety precautions in line with the state of North Carolina and the city of Winston-Salem, including 1) Strongly encouraging vaccination for all in attendance. 2) Encouraging social distancing whenever possible and masks when not possible. 3) Requiring all to wear masks while indoors, except for brief periods of drinking and eating. 4) Screening temperatures at ticket collection sites before admission. 5) Providing disposable masks and hand sanitizer stations. 6) Recommending all who do not feel well stay at home. For additional questions about safety measures, contact info@usncc.org. 

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September 25, 2021
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6:00 pm - 11:30 pm
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Bailey Park
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Bailey Park

Innovation Quarter
445 Patterson Ave Winston-Salem, 27101
+1 336.716.8672
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