NASHVILLE, Tenn. – They came in droves via sports bikes, cruisers, helicopters and motorhomes for the fifth Tennessee Motorcycles and Music Revival (TMMR) at Loretta Lynnit is historical Ranch at Hurricane Mills, presented by Harley-Davidson®.
Held annually on the 3,500-acre grounds of Lynn, one hour west of Nashville, TMMR, winner of the Cycle Source Magazine‘s Readers Choice Event in 2021, has once again proven that it offers something for all motorcycle and music enthusiasts of all ages. Thousands set up camp at the majestic ranch in tents, trailers, million dollar provosts and even glamping tents in TMMR’s biggest event yet.
With ZZ top icon Billy F Gibbons, country star Lee Brice (“I Drive your Truck”, “One of Them Girls”), Tim Montana, Ben and Noel Haggard and many more, the music was non-stop, as were the stunts, Harley-Davidson® bike shows, motorcycle races, hikes and demonstration rides.
“It takes a lot of hard work throughout the year,” said Tayla Lynn, granddaughter of Loretta Lynn and family ambassador for TMMR. “It’s definitely an event for anyone who loves music and motorcycles – that’s what my grandparents wanted when they built this place.”
The family is grateful to reopen the ranch to the public after nearly losing it last August to a devastating flood that left 20 people dead, including the ranch foreman. “The water was above our heads in some areas,” says Tayla Lynn. “It was awful, but in the end we put our grief aside to rebuild.”
First attendee Josh Max, a New York native who attended as a member of the media on behalf of Forbes, wrote that “part of the gentle but still exciting atmosphere [has] to do with the fact that the event takes place at the ranch of country legend Loretta Lynn. It’s a bit like being at grandma’s house, so you’re not going to step on her furniture with your motorcycle boots, or swear excessively, or do anything to annoy her so that she doesn’t invite you over. next year.” Read the full story HERE.
As the state of Tennessee’s largest “motorcycle and music” event, the four-day party has become a two-wheeled playground for motorcycle enthusiasts as much as a music lover’s dream with a wink. eye to the extraordinary talent of Cité de la Musique. “You may not know the name of an artist or band ahead of time, but once you hear them they become your new favorites,” shares event co-producer Carrie Repp. President of R&R Promotions. On top of that, vendors offered everything from clothing and motorcycle gear to art, while food trucks offered a plethora of food options and treats.
The ranch is located at 8000 Highway 13 South in Hurricane Mills, TN 37078. Check TMMR’s website for more information, motorcyclesandmusic.com, and check out the band’s social media sites on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube.
TMMR is proud to have the support of the Tennessee Department of Tourism Development.
Sponsored by Appleton Harley-Davidson, Lucas Oil, Law Tigers, Jack Daniels, Blings Cycles, Budweiser, Country Rebel, Traeger Grill, Ironhorse Motorcycle Lodge, Leatherwood Distillery, R&R Promotions, Bumpus Family of Harley-Davidson dealers, White Lightning Harley-Davidson , Black Diamond Harley-Davidson, Led Sled Customs ChopCult, Cycle Source and V-Twin Visionary
The Tennessee Motorcycles and Music Revival is a unique four-day event in central Tennessee dedicated to motorcycles, music, camaraderie and the outdoors. It takes place at the majestic 3,500-acre ranch and campground of Loretta Lynn, just an hour west of Nashville. TMMR is presented by Harley-Davidson® and produced in partnership with Buck and Tonya Shaw, the Lynn Family and Carrie Repp of R&R Promotions, a specialist agency with decades of promoting motorcycle events and deep ties to the national motorcycle family.