Dierks Bentley will once again rev up his hog for charity, and he's going to be bringing country stars Luke Bryan and Brett Eldredge along with him. The trio will be among the musicians performing at Bentley's eighth annual Miles & Music for Kids event, which consists of a motorcycle ride and ending with a concert. This year's ride will begin at a Harley-Davidson dealership in Columbia, TN and ride into Nashville for the concert at Riverfront Park.
Jake Owen and Easton Corbin will also be performing. The event will benefit the Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital in Nashville.
Last year's show was the first to be rained out, so Bentley is looking to make up for it by making it the biggest gathering yet.
"This is honestly the most fun day of my year, and it brings the whole community together for a great cause," Bentley said. "We got rained out last year for the first time, so I want to make up for it in a big way. The lineup is going to be killer, and it'll be a fun way to kick off a big week that celebrates country music with the CMA Awards just a few days later."
After founding the event during 2006, Bentley has played Miles & Music concerts in seven cities, raising more than 42 million for the Children's Miracle Hospital network. The Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital is renowned for not turning away any child on the basis of ability to pay.
Tickets are still available. General admission to the concert is $30, and tickets that allow the attendee to participate in the motorcycle ride are $50.