Houston's Inaugural Art Bike Parade
- Dates: May 9, 2020
- Location: Sam Houston Park
- Address: 1000 Bagby St.
- Time: 7:00 AM to 1:00 PM
- Price: Participation in the parade is ticketed – $20 for an adult and $10 for a child under 16. Family Four-Packs for two adults and two children are $50. Just want to watch? There’s no cost to be a spectator, and everyone is welcome to en
- Admission: Participation in the parade is ticketed – $20 for an adult and $10 for a child under 16. Family Four-Packs for two adults and two children are $50. Just want to watch? There’s no cost to be a spectator, and everyone is welcome to en
- Area of Town: Downtown
- Free Admission: Yes
Join Houston Parks Board and the Orange Show Center for Visionary Art for Houston’s inaugural Art Bike Parade on May 9. Building on Houston's beloved Art Car Parade, the Art Bike Parade will bring together community members and youth programs from across the city to explore our personal creativity and discover everything our Bayou Greenways have to offer.
The Art Bike Parade will kick off along Allen Parkway, where event participants will cycle together to showcase their rolling works of art. Attendees can head over to Sam Houston Park to enjoy music, family activities, food, and more throughout the day. Registration to ride in Art Bike Parade is open, and spectators are invited to observe and enjoy the parade for free.
Art Bike Parade is presented by Noble Energy and in partnership with the Mayor’s Office of Special Events, Houston Independent School District, University of Houston-Downtown, Texas Children’s Pediatrics, Williams, the YMCA of Greater Houston, BakerRipley, and Houston BCycle, with support from the Brown Foundation and the Frill Foundation. Media sponsors include KPRC, Telemundo Houston, Houstonia Magazine, and La Subasta Newspaper.
7 – 9 a.m. Community Bike Rides to the Parade
9 – 11 a.m. Check-in and Parade Line-Up
10 a.m. – 3 p.m. Houston Art Bike Parade Party in the Park at Sam Houston Park
11 a.m. – 1 p.m. The Inaugural Houston Art Bike Parade