Tiny Bikeshop Concert Series

Headset Press was recently contacted by Banjo Brothers about the Tiny Bikeshop Concert Series. Cycling and music are [on the surface] strange bedfellows. But who doesn’t like music? I think cyclists tend to be big music lovers and this is no exception.

So what is Tiny Bikeshop Concert Series? The concept was created with a goal to offer “free live music shows held in the world’s best bike shops.” Sponsored by Banjo Brothers International, a Minneapolis maker of messenger bags, packs and bike accessories, the series was built on the premise of local culture, bikes and music coming together as a natural fit.

The next concert is on the 25th August. The best thing is anyone around the world can watch via a live feed through indieload.

Here at Headset Press we think this is excellent and hope to see a lot more of this in the future. Make sure you check in for this.

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