Nashville Bike Week 2017 To Be Held At Loretta Lynn Ranch

Image Credit: BON
Image Credit: BON

If you are a motorcyclist with a burning love for country singer Loretta Lynn, then we have the absolute best news for you today! The Nashville Bike Week 2017 Motorcycle Festival is a brand new event with a brand new venue this year – it will be held for an entire 10 days this coming September, at Loretta Lynn’s Ranch. This will be the first motorcycle rally to be held for this many days in over 60 years. Loretta’s ranch and camp grounds are located in the beautiful area of Hurricane Mills, Tennessee.

The incredible event will run from September 14-24, 2017 and will boast live music, stunt shows and multiple scenic rides around the state. From now until April, early bird tickets are available online for $150. After April, the price nearly triples. So get your tickets early for this once in a life time event – or it’ll end up really costing you. Reports say,

The festival itself is hosted on 2800 acres of Tennessee scenery, which will be accessible for camping, four stages of live music, over 200 vendors, multiple stunt shows and performers, bike games, charity rides and daily rides on picturesque trails throughout the state. Two of those motorcycle rides include Tail of the Dragon, which spans the Tennessee-North Carolina state line along the southwestern border of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, and the Cherohala Skyway, which crosses the Cherokee and Nantahala National Forests in both states.

Visit the official website for Nashville Bike Week 2017 here¬†– you can get all the information you need, plus tickets – and tell us in the comments if you’ll be headed to Tennessee this September to take part in the massive 10 motorcycle festival! You’ll get a chance to win a Harley Davidson motorcycle, as well as attend live concerts featuring artists like Gene Simmons, Skid Row, and Slaughter! Check out the official commercial for the event below as well!




Image Credit: Barnett Harley Davidson 2010 Easyriders Bike Show Tour
Image Credit: Barnett Harley Davidson
2010 Easyriders Bike Show Tour