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Experience patriotism on the racetrack with the Music City Grand Prix. Whether you prefer walking, running, biking, or military rucking, this event is for you. Take your time, snap some pictures, and appreciate the scenic views while paying tribute to our fallen heroes.
NO PETS. Due to this event taking place on the racetrack, this is a pet-free event unlike our other events.
We will NOT have on-site registration. Once online registration closes, that's it.
Please read the "Things You Should Know" before purchasing tickets or attending the event.
🇺🇸 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.
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.
Check out Romain Grosjean, the driver of the No. 51 Dale Coyne Racing Honda-powered Indy car, as he provides a detailed overview of the 2.17-mile Nashville circuit prior to the Music City Grand Prix. You can find the video below the map.
GENERAL ADMISSION TO THE RACE AND ALL OF THE ACTIVITIES, INCLUDING THE TIM MCGRAW CONCERT!!!
FALLEN HERO MEMORIAL BIB
During packet pickup, participants have the chance to wear the name of a fallen service member on a bib. Blank bibs are also available for those who wish to write the name of their own fallen loved one.
The first 200 participants receive a commemorative t-shirt. Sizes are first-come-first-serve until they are gone.
Located at 1st Ave South - Safety Area - indicated on the map with a star. Look for our tent and tables.
You are free to find parking anywhere you choose. A parking garage is also located at 222 1st Ave South, marked on the map.
The Music City Grand Prix is providing complimentary shuttle services from different locations to the designated event venue. Kindly refer to the map below for more details.
Witness a race unlike any other. Our course will zip through the heart of Music City and be the first professional race to cross a body of water when it passes over the Cumberland River into downtown Nashville. It’s a racing spectacle that you won’t find anywhere else. To make this race even more spectacular, this course is designed to challenge the drivers and excite the fans. This temporary track, or street circuit, takes racers by Nissan Stadium (home of the NFL Tennessee Titans) and over the Korean War Veterans Memorial Bridge into downtown Nashville.
Memories of Honor is a registered 501(c)3 nonprofit #47-5273214.
We believe our fallen service members and their families deserve to be honored and remembered more than one day per year. Thus, our mission is to make every day Memorial Day. We use athletics, entertainment, and special events to create living memorials so all active-duty and veteran loss of life due to service country are remembered. We honor all branches, dates of loss, and loss of life while in or due to military service. We remember!