MCMR partners with John Rich’s Redneck Riviera for C.O.R.E. Celebrity Charity Ride Sunday, July 1
Whites Creek, TN…June 18, 2018 – Fontanel Nashville is the site of the 2nd annual Music City Motorcycle Rally (MCMR) June 28 thru July 1. National Vendors will be onsite showing all the latest and greatest parts and accessories, apparel, and riding gear. Other activities include Hooligan dirt track racing, the Ives Brothers Wall of Death stunt team (all weekend), and on Saturday the MCMR Custom Bike Show and Audio Soundoff will take place. Michelle Smith of American Thunder will be onsite signing autographs.
In conjunction with the Music City Motorcycle Rally, The Guess Who, Foghat and Molly Hatchet will be appearing at Carl Black Chevy Woods Amphitheater at Fontanel on Friday, June 29th. Tickets are $ 65.00 and $ 45.00 for reserved seating and $ 35.00 for general admission lawn. Tickets are available at www.livenation or to charge by phone call (800) 745-3000.
Attendees will be able to test ride all the newest motorcycles throughout the event, and there is an opportunity to join the 2nd annual C.O.R.E celebrity “Ride to the Riviera” charity ride on Sunday, July 1st. The event organizers partnered with John Rich’s Redneck Riviera located at 208 Broadway in Nashville to promote the ride, which will stage at Fontanel to leave at 1:45 and arrive at the Redneck Riviera by 2:00 pm. A private VIP area will be available to all riders from 2:00 – 4:00 pm with special guest entertainment to be announced. Each rider will register for $35 and all proceeds will go to C.O.R.E Charity. In addition, the Redneck Riviera has offered to donate a portion of all beverage sales from the VIP area directly to C.O.R.E. With just space for 150 VIP’s, registration will fill up fast. Registration began April 27th, 2018 at www.musiccitymotorcyclerally.com click the “Charity Ride”. Leading C.O.R.E.’s efforts is Stan Cunningham, pastor of Northside Church of Christ, who will be participating in the ride. There will be a Sunday morning message brought to any attendees looking for a time of worship led by Stan and John Rich’s father.
C.O.R.E. is Community Organized Renewal Efforts, a 501c3 non-profit partnership of community families, faith organizations, civic leaders, and businesses, all teaming together to make Nashville’s Council District 3 the best place to be in Nashville. Everyone who lives, works, or worships in District 3 is invited to join us as we seek to bring all the community gifts, assets and resources together to address every need in this area. Visit us at www.CoreNashville.org!
Fontanel is one of Nashville’s premier destinations situated on 220 acres nestled in the rolling hills of the Whites Creek Valley, just 15 minutes North of downtown Nashville. Property activities include tours of the Fontanel Mansion, a 33,000 square foot log cabin and former home of Country Music Hall of Fame member Barbara Mandrell, concerts at the Carl Black Chevy Woods Amphitheater, Adventureworks Ziplines, and three
miles of public walking trails provided by Metro Parks and Greenway. Handcrafted small batch fine wines are available at Natchez Hills Winery, where you can enjoy a personalized tasting and take your favorite bottle home. Cafe Fontanella is the property’s award-winning restaurant, and is open seven days a week featuring Italian/American cuisine and live music. Accommodations are available on-site at the luxurious Inn at Fontanel, a boutique Bed and Breakfast. Shopping is available at the Stone House Gift Shoppe (which also serves as the box office). For more information or to book a private event in one of many incredible venues, visitwww.fontanel.com or call 615-724-1600.