KNOXVILLE, TN – The Smoky Mountain Rumble rolls into Knoxville July 10-12 for a three-day motorcycle rally that guides bikers through epic destinations such as the Devils Triangle, Tail of the Dragon and the Foothills Parkway. The rally "headquarters" will be in Knoxville’s Historic Old City and is open to the public.
"We are pleased to be working with these groups to bring a street festival to the Old City," says Visit Knoxville’s President Kim Bumpas. "Music and motorcycles are a perfect match, so why not put them all together in a great outdoor atmosphere."
Whether you are a motorcycle enthusiast or not, the Old City will be a great backdrop for music like Molly Hatchett, Black Stone Cherry and the Brad Puckett Band. "Only Central Avenue from Willow to Jackson will be closed during the event. In addition, all parking lots will be open and accessible in the Old City during the Smoky Mountain Rumble" says Visit Knoxville’s President Kim Bumpas. " This will be an exciting event and we encourage everyone to park and visit the businesses in the Old City."
USRiderNews is working in conjunction with Visit Knoxville and local business owners, as well as Knoxville Harley-Davidson, Indian Motorcycle of Knoxville, Knoxville Triumph and other motorcycle dealers, to take the Smoky Mountain Rumble motorcycle street festival to a whole new level for enthusiasts.
Tickets for the festival are on sale now at www.smokymountainrumble.com and tickets for the concerts can be found at www.carleoentertainment.com. Don’t miss this opportunity to enjoy a one-of-a kind festival experience in Knoxville’s Historic Old City!
Visit Knoxville (Knoxville Convention and Visitors Bureau) is the official CVB for the City of Knoxville and Knox County. Visit Knoxville is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, private company that works together with the community, business leaders and local and state government to further develop Knoxville as a premier leisure, meetings and travel destination.