Music and motorcycles will collide May 19-22 at Loretta Lynn’s Ranch at Hurricane Mills for the fifth annual Tennessee Motorcycles and Music Revival (TMMR). Located just one hour west of Nashville on 400 acres, this one-of-a-kind event attracts music and motorcycle lovers far and wide, and offers something for many.
“This is our first big event since the devastating flood in August, so we’re so happy to be able to do this. Memaw loves having everyone at her place,” says granddaughter to Loretta, Tayla Lynn. “After the flood, the TRRM folks were the first people to reach out and rally around us. It makes total sense that our first big event since the flood is with them.”
Sponsored by Harley-Davidson, the lineup of events is full, and includes stunt shows, bike shows, field games, motorcycle racing plus more. The musical lineup is, of course, stacked with Billy Gibbons returning to headline May 20. Other acts for this four-day event include Ben and Noel Haggard, The Outlaws, Tim Montana, Bones Owens, Red Clay Strays, War Hippies, Tayla Lynn, who also will perform with her dad, (Loretta’s son) Ernie Lynn. Tayla Lynn will also host and emcee the event alongside Jay Allen.
This event continues to grow each year and to really get the full experience, TMMR invites attendees to camp on-site and soak up every part of the four-day bash, which Loretta’s Ranch has hosted for 40 years.
Pack up RVs or bring a tent and stay awhile, because guests will be in good company with Loretta’s Ranch serving as the perfect backdrop for these talented musical acts and amazing motorcycle events. Glamping and camping will occur at TMMR. Cycle Source Magazine voted this event the 2021 Reader’s Choice winner. Catch a show and discover up-and-coming singer-songwriters from an array of genres with day parties by the creekside. The fun won't stop there as the talented line-up will rock well into the evening with nightly bonfires.
It’s been a ride for Loretta Lynn’s Ranch and TMMR, and a full-circle moment to have them join forces yet again for this special event. Fans will get to enjoy music in one of the coolest spots in Tennessee and experience the very best from the motorcycle world. With shops and the Coal Miner’s Daughter Museum nearby, guests can explore the area and will have no problem staying entertained with a little bit of music and a whole lot of motorcycles.
General admission TMMR tickets start at $35 each, with VIP passes at $179. Packages are available for recreational vehicles, tents and primitive camping.
8000 Tennessee Highway 13, Hurricane Mills