Las Vegas Harley-Davidson Electrifies Las Vegas Blvd with their first Red, White & Blues Party

LAS VEGAS (July 15, 2019) – Las Vegas Harley-Davidson is celebrating summer with their first ever Red, White & Blues Party, July 20, from 11am- 2pm. The electrifying summer party will take place at their dealership, 5191 Las Vegas Blvd. S.  across from the world-famous Welcome to Las Vegas sign. 

Red, White & Blues is an all-American bash, featuring complimentary Trailhound Smokers BBQ specials and adult beverages. Live music will be provided by the Moanin’ Blacksnakes. Guest are encouraged to participate in the trivia contest to test their American history knowledge and win Harley-Davidson prizes. The newest 2019 Harley-Davidson motorcycles will be on display, ready for test riding. Free bike washes and safety inspections to all in attendance.

“We have taken Saturdays to the next level with our unbelievably fun weekend parties. Our events are a great way for Harley-Davidson fans and customers to interact with one another, while sharing riding adventures and enjoying food and beverages,” said General Manager Erica Conter.


Las Vegas Harley-Davidson is an authorized Harley-Davidson dealer. The dealership offers

Harley-Davidson sales, service, parts, riding accessories, clothing and more. It is committed to having the best staff, trained, empowered and pledged to excellence, to provide the best possible experience to its customers. The dealership is located on the fabulous Las Vegas Strip, at 5191 S Las Vegas Blvd. Its continued commitment to elevate the Las Vegas Harley-Davidson brand is shown by its investment in this state-of-the-art facility, accessible to the over 40 million people who visit Las Vegas every year. More information is available at


John Morotti and Dennis Bearden operate the four dealerships in Las Vegas and the surrounding communities under the holding company, Southern Nevada Powersports Group, Inc.  Morotti’s dealership experience runs deep as owner of Superstition Harley-Davidson in Apache Junction, Ariz., near the origination of U.S. Highway 70, and Mother Road Harley-Davidson and Route 66 Motorsports in Kingman, Ariz., located on the famed Route 66 highway. He also owns Tobacco Road Harley-Davidson and Triumph Raleigh, located on U.S. Highway 70 in downtown Raleigh, also known as the original “Tobacco Road” of N.C.