Loretta Lynn fans and motorcycle enthusiasts should mark their calendars for September of 2017, as a new, 10-day motorcycle rally — the first in over 60 years — is headed to Tennessee.

Nashville Bike Week 2017 will be held on Loretta Lynn's Ranch and Camp Grounds in Hurricane Mills, Tenn. on Sept 14-24 of next year and will include live music, stunt shows and multiple scenic rides around the state. Currently, early bird tickets are available online for $150. For more information, visit the official website.

“After over five years of planning, we are excited to announce the newest 10-day rally in over 60 years,” event organizers explain in a press release. “The scenic state of Tennessee is within hours of more than a dozen other states and with so much to offer, Nashville Bike Week is more than just a rally; it’s an experience.”

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.

The headliner will be announced in the coming weeks, with the promise of nightly live music throughout the festival, as well as hundreds of other acts performing throughout the week.

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