DIERKS BENTLEY RETURNS WITH HIS SECOND ANNUAL "MILES & MUSIC FOR KIDS" BENEFIT FOR VANDERBILT CHILDR
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Nashville, Tenn. - Sept. 5, 2007 - Award winning singer/songwriter Dierks Bentley will once again host his "Miles & Music for Kids" celebrity motorcycle ride and concert to benefit Vanderbilt Children's Hospital on Sunday, September 30 in Nashville, Tenn. This year's event includes a new ride route down the scenic Natchez Trace Parkway ending at the world famous Loveless Café.
"I was overwhelmed last year with the number of bikers who came out to help us kick this thing off, but Vanderbilt Childrens Hospital really has touched so many people across our community," said Bentley. "This year we are going to focus more on the ride, and then I've invited some friends to join me for a 'jam session' to close out the evening at The Loveless Cafe. It's a great way to spend a Sunday afternoon in Nashville...great friends, great music and great food for a great cause."
Registration will begin at 11:00am at Cool Springs Harley Davidson before the ride departs at 2:00pm. Fans and supporters can purchase advance tickets for both the ride and jam session through Cool Springs Harley Davidson and Ticketmaster beginning Friday, Sept. 7 or at the Loveless Café that day. Costs are $35 for the ride, concert and T-shirt or $20 for the concert only. There are also a select number of VIP passes for $300. More information is available at www.dbmilesandmusic.com
Vanderbilt Children's Hospital is the most comprehensive Children's Hospital in the state, providing services from cancer treatments, organ and bone marrow transplants to broken legs and everything in between. Vanderbilt Children's is a non-profit teaching and research hospital, and relies on the support of individuals and others to help children get well and on their way.