Mumford & Sons comes to town

Posted by | August 16, 2013 | Uncategorized | 2 Comments



With all the info rolling out, we are excited to show off our amazing site by Cabe Nolan Design which has all the info you need to bike about town September 12th through the 15th during the British invasion “Stop(s) Over!” There are many surprises to come that weekend, but here is what you need to know NOW!

We will have nearly 3,000 bike parking spots around town, with 1,000 at the show thanks to Old Town Trolley and Canan Law! You will find bike parking available Thursday to Sunday, with a free valet from Friday at noon until Saturday night so come on downtown on your bike and take in some of our historical, and a little quirky, tiny town.

There will be a limited number of Park and Pedal spots where you can bring in a car load of your friends, and their bikes, and ride on into town from the Amp! We ask for a $40 donation for this service.

Velo Fest will also have a Stow n Go system at the festival area for you to store your treasures. As you pillage doubloons, fancy yourself a new pint glass, or dig up some of our tastiest treats to take home to friends, we know you need somewhere to keep this while enjoying what we all know you really came here for, Mumford and Sons. Minimum donation will get your items safely secured just outside the show.

We have worked hard to give you a safe experience and hope you enjoy what our city has to offer. Need even more info? Join our mailing list on the main page or Email us,




  • Mike McCarthy says:


    Will there be a park and pedal spot from any place in Vilano?

    If not can we pedal the bikes we scrounge up to the venue and park them there? If so what is that program’s name? I want to make sure I’m purchasing the right product.

    Thanks in advance for letting me know.

    Mike Mc

    • heather says:

      The Park and Pedal is designed for you to park a car and ride. These lots are currently located on Anastasia Island. You can ride your bike to the valet lots downtown free of charge!

      Any other questions? Please email for a quicker response.

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