Hanging out at Miss Loretta Lynn’s Ranch

This October 10–13, take a ride down Tennessee’s world famous Music Highway and pitch your tent at the home of legendary country music star Loretta Lynn for four days of all things good music and motorcycles. In its third year, the Tennessee Motorcycles and Music Revival is a one-of-a-kind experience where folks can hang out with musicians, custom motorcycle builders, and industry leaders. The event is produced and operated by seasoned veterans in both the motorcycle and music industries and is hosted on Miss Lynn’s sprawling ranch property in Hurricane Mills.

Framed by a rugged ridgeline on one side and the winding hurricane creek on the other, the 3,500-acre property has over 300 powered RV spots, cabins, showers, a concert pavilion, and abundant space for thousands to camp. While everyone from Conway Twitty to Patsy Cline to Jack White have graced the stage to the lady of the land, Miss Loretta herself, motocross royalty like Travis Pastrana, Ricky Carmichael, and Carey Hart have ridden the tracks out on the ranch.

With over 20 live bands, singer-songwriter rounds, Harley-Davidson and Indian Motorcycle Demos, a Hillbilly Hooligan dirt race track, mini-bike racing, biker games, Wall of Death, specialty food trucks, liquor bars, and vendors, there is something for everyone at Tennessee Motorcycles and Music Revival.

One of the premier highlights of the Tennessee Motorcycles and Music Revival is the BC Moto Invitational, a showcase of 40 custom motorcycles. Builders are selected based on raw talent and pure passion and come in from all over the country to showcase their bikes.

To purchase tickets for this one-of-a-kind event, visit www.MotorcyclesAndMusic.com.