Brigg Bike Night 2019 - like others in recent years - is being hosted by the Yarborough Hunt pub.
Scores of motorcyclists will be bringing their gleaming machines to the town, where they will be joined by spectators drawn from a very wide area.
The 2019 event, on Bridge Street, will be held on Friday, July 5, from 5pm until late.
Details of support events and facilities have now been announced.
There will be a band playing from 6.30pm at the Yarborough Hunt, which will be operating the usual outside bar at the side of the premises.
Food will be on offer from Get Fresh catering and the Dinky Donut van.
There will be a stand selling balloons and an ice cream truck.
Bridge Street between the A18 junction and the County Bridge will be closed to vehicular traffic from 5pm until the event concludes.
With an estimated 1,000 to 1,500 people expected to attend Brigg Bike Night 2019, it adds up to a lot of spending power to benefit own centre businesses.
It will be a very busy night for Yarborough Hunt landlady Lucy Fensome and her staff.
Make a note of the date - Friday, July 5.
This is a major event for the town, and in terms of attendance ranks with the Christmas lights switch-on with festive fair and late night shopping.
Spectators travelling into Brigg on Bike Night can use the large Old Courts Road car park off the A18, then walk over the County Bridge to get to the venue.
PICTURED ABOVE: Brigg Bike Night 2019 organiser Lucy Fensome outside her Yarborough Hunt pub - image courtesy of Ken Harrison, of Brigg Matters Magazine. Below - scenes from the 2018 event taken by Brigg Blog, featuring bikers, spectators and bar staff.