Big Wake Weekend in Lincoln for 2014
California's premier lakefront picnic and party combining culture, sport and entertainment is returning as Big Wake Weekend's "Roar at the Shore" and will feature the thrill of 200mph sanctioned Drag Boat racing combined with day long live country and classic rock acts on the 41Live! waterfront stage.
Big Wake Weekend's "Roar at the Shore" will take place at Camp Far West's South Shore in Lincoln, Calif. from May 30-June 1, 2014.
Tickets and camping permits on sale now starting at $25 per day (discounts online). For tickets and information, please visit www.bigwakeweekend.com.
The National Jet Boat Association (NJBA), is America's oldest quarter mile drag boat racing organization. The action is extreme, with side-by-side racing at speeds in excess of 200 mph, all converging onto Camp Far West's "Quarter Mile Cove" with over 200 competitors competing in three disciplines of boat racing & competitions.
NJBA Drag Boat Racing will anchor Big Wake Weekend's "Roar at the Shore", with plenty of fun scheduled for attendees throughout the weekend on and off the water. Camp Far West will transform into a premier event venue boasting VIP hospitality, waterfront stage, upgraded event amenities, huge midway, boat show and excellent race course view sightline.
"We are thrilled to host Big Wake Weekend at Camp Far West" explained event promoter Bob Richards, "It's the perfect venue to support creating a signature entertainment event bringing the Sacramento region into the forefront of Drag Boat racing and celebrating the Nor Cal lifestyle."
About Big Wake Weekend:
Big Wake Weekend, billed as "California's Premier Lakefront Picnic & Party combining Culture Sport & Entertainment," slated for Camp Far West South Shore & Quarter Mile Cove, May 30 - June 1, 2014 in Lincoln, Calif. This event marks the return of 200-mph sanctioned Drag Boat racing to Northern California for the first time since 2009. The three-day sun filled festival will also feature RPM circle boat championship race series, the "Wild West Shootout", extensive entertainment line-up, open beer gardens, quality food & souvenir concessions and midway entertainment for all ages. Big Wake Weekend's "Roar at the Shore" is sure to be the Capital Region's must-attend event of the year.
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