Saturday, July 13, 2019


Brigg pubs will be missing some customers tonight due to it being Barton Bike Night 2019.
Thousands of people from a very wide area, including the North Bank, will be meeting up in our neighbouring town for its annual two-wheel showpiece on Saturday, July 13, from 4pm to 9pm.
Many Brigg bikers will be taking their machines to Barton via the 'old route' up Elsham Hill or along the A15 to the Humber Bridge turn-off.
The Dirty Pitchers, very well-known in the Brigg area, will be providing music on Barton Bike Night. They will be playing at the Red Lion, on the High Street, from 6pm.
With Brigg Bike Night 2019 enjoying a record 2,000-plus attendance on Friday, July 5 we hope Barton's also achieves an all-time high this time.
The volunteer organisers are expecting around 10,000 people to attend.
Caistor Bike Night 2019 - hosted by the town's Lions - will be held on Thursday, August 8, from 5pm. Brigg bikers will be heading along the A1084 to join the crowds.
PICTURED ABOVE: A previous Barton Bike Night that Brigg Blog attended and enjoyed. However, we'll be staying in our town tonight and visiting a few Brigg bars.

Local band The Dirty Pitchers playing at the Yarborough Hunt on Brigg Bike Night 2016.

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