Motorcycle and music lovers in the Southeast have been gathering for the past five years at Loretta Lynn’s Ranch in Hurricane Mills, Tennessee, for Tennessee’s largest motorcycling event, the Tennessee Motorcycles and Music Revival. Returning for its sixth iteration, the TMMR will take place this year May 18-21.
This year, the TMMR headliners will be Elvie Shane, Nikki Lane, Paul Cauthen, and Whey Jennings. More music will be provided by Rob Lienes, War Hippies, El Dorodo, Booray, Chris Garner, Jericho Rose, Lulu and The Black Sheep. There will also be a special tribute to the late Loretta Lynn featuring Tayla Lynn, Ernie Lynn, Emmy Russell, Summer Dean, Rob Lienes, Coal Miner’s Band, and more.
Loretta Lynn’s Ranch is a 3,500-acre farm in the countryside an hour west of Nashville. Built by Loretta and her husband, the ranch has hosted many big names throughout the years, including Conway Twitty, Waylon Jennings, and others.
With that much space, the event will have ample activities and events to check out and explore. There will be Harley-Davidson test rides, stunt shows, motorcycle racing, and a two-wheeled playground for off-road trail riding. The BC Moto Invitational is a custom motorcycle showcase where attendees can admire some of the country’s best custom motorcycles.
There will be plenty of camping options available on-site, including primitive, glamping, and RV camping with full hookups. Standard tickets start at $129 for the full four days and include all music, activities, and events. For more information, visit the Tennessee Motorcycles and Music Revival website. For a recap on the 2022 TMMR, see the video below.