Nashville-based national military nonprofit, Memories of Honor hosts Music City Miles and Memories to honor fallen service members alongside the Music City Grand Prix!
This patriotic “on-track” experience is your chance to bike, walk, or military ruck the Music City Grand Prix Racetrack. Stroll at your own pace – take pictures – and enjoy the view while honoring our Nation’s fallen heroes.
NO PETS. Due to this event taking place on the racetrack, unlike our other events, this is a pet-free event.
We will NOT have on-site registration. Once online registration closes, that’s it.
Please read the “Things You Should Know” prior to purchasing tickets or attending the event.
YOUR PURCHASE INCLUDES:
🇺🇸 Racetrack Street Access (without cars): You can walk, bike, or military ruck. Strollers welcome.
🇺🇸 General Admission Ticket: to Saturday’s Music City Grand Prix event, which includes: all-day access to the festival grounds, fan zone, racing activities, and music performances. YOUR TICKETS WILL BE SENT TO YOU VIA EMAIL THROUGH TICKET MASTER. PLEASE CHECK ALL INCOMING EMAILS FROM THE EVENT, TICKET MASTER & RUNSIGNUP.
🇺🇸 Event t-shirt – Sizes are limited and are first-come-first-serve.
🇺🇸 A Fallen Hero Memorial Bib: Marathon-style bib containing the rank, name, branch, and date of passing of one of our Nation’s fallen heroes.
- DATE: August 5th, 2023
- TIME: 7:30 AM – 8:45 AM
- LOCATION: Music City Grand Prix Racecourse –1st Ave South (See Map)
- PACE: You will have up to 1 hour & 15 minutes to complete the two-mile course. All foot traffic must be off the racecourse by 9 AM sharp!
ON-TRACK EVENT DAY SCHEDULE
- Morning packet pickup & check-in at 6:30 AM
- On-Track Ride / Walk / Ruck from 7:30 AM – 8:45 AM
- Everyone must be off the track by 9:00 AM
- Please note this event is subject to change based on the Grand Prix schedule and weather.
GRAND PRIX SATURDAY, AUGUST 6TH SCHEDULE
- Coming soon!
Tennessee-based, national nonprofit, Memories of Honor is producing this event in partnership with the Music City Grand Prix. Net proceeds from Miles & Memories ticketing and 100% of donations go directly to Memories of Honor to help keep our mission moving forward. Because of your participation and generosity, we are making every day Memorial Day together.
WALK, BIKE, RUCK COURSE PREVIEW – FROM INSIDE THE CAR
Romain Grosjean, driver of the No. 51 Dale Coyne Racing Honda-powered Indy car details the 2.17-mile Nashville circuit ahead of the Music City Grand Prix.