Eight years ago, bicycle builder Thomas Kolb wanted to spend more time with his musician friend. His solution: create a two-week music and art tour around Puget Sound on bikes. Every spring, Kolb and his crew of bicyclists ride a 400-mile circumnavigation of the Sound, stopping every night to showcase their music, art, film and poetry. They call it MOB Roll, and this is the eighth edition of the event. The group of intrepid cyclists traditionally start off in Bellingham and end up, after two weeks of riding and music-making, in Olympia.
On April 29, the cyclists will roll through Tacoma and will put on a show at 6:30 p.m. at 2nd Cycle, located at 1205 Martin Luther King Jr. Way, Tacoma.
This event is all ages, with a suggestion donation. The music will start at 6:30 p.m. There will be performances by Dante Manalo, Bird Teeth, The Frizz, Ralph Reign, Maray Fuego and Ain’t Got Time to Bleed.