Dierks Bentley announced the details for his 10th annual Miles and Music for Kids motorcycle ride and concert this morning, including a star-studded lineup of epic performers. And, for the first time ever, the event’s concert will take place at Nashville’s brand new Ascend Amphitheater.
On November 1, 2015, Dierks will take the stage, along with fellow country stars Florida Georgia Line, Thomas Rhett, Cole Swindell, Canaan Smith, Cadillac Three, and the girl who stole Dierks’ heart last year when he heard her sing the National Anthem, Brooke Eden. In announcing the details for his yearly benefit, Dierks stated:
When I think about all the artists and riders and fans who have come out to support this event over the years, I get a little emotional … there is just no way for me to possibly say thank you enough. We started out at the fairgrounds and then moved out to the Loveless Café and then it grew so big we took it to Riverfront Park. And now we’ve got the new Ascend Amphitheater locked down for this year. We are going to do everything possible to make number ten the best yet!
The one-hour motorcycle ride will begin at Harley Davidson of Columbia, Tennessee and end at Ascend Amphitheater. The show will kick off CMA Awards week and mark the conclusion of the venue’s inaugural season. Tickets for the show will be available to Dierks’ fan club members beginning August 18th and to the general public on August 21st. For more information, visit Dierks Bentley’s official website.
To date, Miles and Music for Kids has raised over three million dollars for Children’s Miracle Network.