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Friday, August 12
 

5:00pm PDT

DJ Troy Nelson
KEXP DJ Saturdays from 3pm to 6pm. Member of The Young Evils. Co-owner of Killroom Records.
Professional chin-hair braider for Voltage Periscope.


Friday August 12, 2022 5:00pm - 6:30pm PDT
Main Stage

5:00pm PDT

Inky Spokes Bicycle Art Gallery
Inky Spokes takes place annually as part of the Gigantic Bicycle Festival, featuring bicycle inspired poster art, installation, fine art, sculpture, printing and workshops.

Friday August 12, 2022 5:00pm - 9:00pm PDT
Inky Spokes Tent

5:00pm PDT

Gigantic Cyclocross
The Gigantic Cyclocross course is open to all festival goers 18 and older with a signed waiver.

The course is hosted by Meadowbrook Farms.

Friday August 12, 2022 5:00pm - 9:00pm PDT
Gigantic Cyclocross Course

6:30pm PDT

Warren Dunes
Brothers Jared and Dominic Cortese spent their youth running through the shifting sands of Warren Dunes State Park in Southwest Michigan. In Warren Dunes, their band with Julia Massey, they chart new realms of musical fantasy with contagious joy. Post-modern beach music from the Pacific Northwest, Welcome to Warren Dunes weaves threads of indie pop, art-rock, psych, and Tropicalia into a complex yet easy going whole. This is a record of nuance and bubbling ornament, where bold swaths of melodic primary color burst into neon-flecked clouds of sonic glitter as Massey’s arresting, crystalline voice soars overhead.


Friday August 12, 2022 6:30pm - 7:30pm PDT
Main Stage

8:00pm PDT

Black Belt Eagle Scout
Katherine Paul is Black Belt Eagle Scout. Released in September of 2018, Mother of My Children was the debut album from Black Belt Eagle Scout, the recording project of Katherine Paul. Heralded as a favorite new musician of 2018 by the likes of NPR Music, Stereogum, and Paste, the album was also named as a “Best Rock Album of 2018” by Pitchfork, and garnered further end-of-year praise from FADER, Under The Radar and more.
Arriving just a year after that debut record, At the Party With My Brown Friends is a brand new full-length recording from Black Belt Eagle Scout. Where that first record was a snapshot of loss and landscape and of KP’s standing as a radical indigenous queer feminist, this new chapter finds its power in love, desire and friendship.
At the Party With My Brown Friends is a profound and understated forward step. The squalling guitar anthems that shaped its predecessor are replaced by delicate vocals and soft keys, sentiments spoken and unspoken, presenting something shadowy and unsettling; a stirring of the waters.
The end result presents a captivating about-face that redefines KP’s beautifully singular artistic vision.


Friday August 12, 2022 8:00pm - 9:00pm PDT
Main Stage

9:15pm PDT

Gigantic Film Festival
The Gigantic Bicycle Film Festival takes place annually as part of the Gigantic Bicycle Festival, featuring bicycle inspired independent and short film from the Pacific Northwest.

Bring some folding chairs or a blanket! Films start at dusk.

Friday August 12, 2022 9:15pm - 10:30pm PDT
Main Stage
 
Saturday, August 13
 

6:30am PDT

Gigantic Century Ride Start
The Century is 100% road. It travels many of the same Carnation River Valley and Snoqualmie roads as the 50 Mile, but travels further North and West for some climbs around Upper Redmond and Duvall before returning South and East to the festival grounds.

Bring a road bike, or a touring bike for some low-gears climbing advantage!

Saturday August 13, 2022 6:30am - 7:30am PDT
Road Ride Starting Line

7:30am PDT

Gigantic 50 Mile Ride Start
The 50 Mile is 90% road, with a 5 mile section of packed dirt forest trail by the Snoqualmie Falls. The course tours the Carnation River Valley and upper Snoqualmie Valley, mixing farmland and forest with nice views of Mt Si and the Snoqualmie River.

Bring a road or touring bike. 26" tires with a little tread for the dirt section are great.

Saturday August 13, 2022 7:30am - 8:30am PDT
Road Ride Starting Line

8:30am PDT

Gigantic 20 Mile Ride Start
The 20 Mile is a 88% road scenic tour of the Snoqualmie Valley, with 2.5 miles of packed dirt trail with some gravel, on a fairly flat route winding along forests, rivers, and llama farms.

Bring a touring or commuter bike with a little tread.

Saturday August 13, 2022 8:30am - 9:30am PDT
Road Ride Starting Line

10:00am PDT

Inky Spokes Bicycle Art Gallery
Inky Spokes takes place annually as part of the Gigantic Bicycle Festival, featuring bicycle inspired poster art, installation, fine art, sculpture, printing and workshops.

Saturday August 13, 2022 10:00am - 6:00pm PDT
Inky Spokes Tent

12:00pm PDT

Gigantic Cyclocross
The Gigantic Cyclocross course is open to all festival goers 18 and older with a signed waiver.

The course is hosted by Meadowbrook Farms.

Saturday August 13, 2022 12:00pm - 5:00pm PDT
Gigantic Cyclocross Course

1:00pm PDT

Bicycle Yoga

Roll by the Workshops tent for a yoga-for-cyclists session with Amy Jarvis!

Bring your bike!

Enlivenhere Yoga & Meditation
https://www.enlivenhere.yoga/




Saturday August 13, 2022 1:00pm - 2:00pm PDT
Workshops & Story-tellers Tent

2:30pm PDT

Big League
Big League is an indie rock band from Melbourne, created by husband/wife team Travis & Marie and completed by good mates Luke & Jackson. They've released a couple of albums, played around Australia, toured the US, & showcased at SXSW.



Saturday August 13, 2022 2:30pm - 3:30pm PDT
Main Stage

4:00pm PDT

SLANG
Portland’s indie rock juggernaut Slang isn’t just pedigree. Although their band history is a family tree of Portland’s musical past, Drew Grow (Drew Grow and the Pastor’s Wives, Modern Kin), Janet Weiss (Quasi, Sleater-Kinney, Wild Flag, Stephen Malkmus and the Jicks, Kathy Foster (The Thermals, Roseblood, Summer Fun Band) and Anita Lee Elliott (Viva Voce, Blue Giant), the four-piece powerfully melds their separate legacies into an explosive, intense ensemble centered around Grow’s enormous voice. Their first album, Cockroach In A Ghost Town, will be released on the Kill Rock Stars label, Summer 2022.


Saturday August 13, 2022 4:00pm - 5:00pm PDT
Main Stage

5:30pm PDT

Quasi
Quasi (Sam Coomes and Janet Weiss) is the enduring perennial Portland two-piece indie band behind 9 beloved albums and countless raucous performances. Although both band members have been in many other seminal musical outfits throughout the past several decades (Sleater-Kinney, Heatmiser, Stephen Malkmus and the Jicks, Elliott Smith, The Hitmakers, etc), Quasi remains their centerpiece for creativity and camaraderie. Quasi’s distinctive perspective, vocal harmonies, and off center personal lyrics run throughout their almost 30 year history. They are currently working on new songs for their 10th record which will hit the racks mid 2022.


Saturday August 13, 2022 5:30pm - 6:30pm PDT
Main Stage

7:00pm PDT

Superchunk
Formed in 1989 in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, Superchunk is Mac McCaughan (guitar, vocals), Jim Wilbur (guitar, backing vocals), Jon Wurster (drums, backing vocals), and Laura Ballance (bass, backing vocals). Since releasing their first 7-inch in 1989, Superchunk has run the gamut of milestone albums: early punk rock stompers, polished mid-career masterpieces, and lush, adventurous curveballs.


Saturday August 13, 2022 7:00pm - 8:00pm PDT
Main Stage
 
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