“Rumble in the Woods:” promises to be the new annual biker destination in West Tennessee
ATWOOD, Tenn. (BIKER DAD) — Rock n’ roll and revving engines is about to cause a big ‘ole “Rumble in the Woods,” next weekend in West Tennessee. The inaugural rally, campout and rock show rolls in to the woods next weekend. Bikers will roll into Atwood, Tennessee to camp-out and rock out for the Rumble in the Woods Biker Rally. It’s all going down at Clayhill Speedway.
Owner of the speedway, Colwell Phillip, tells me there was a void after another very popular event, Hawg Holler, went away. “The people wanted a rally in Atwood and they came to me,” he said. “The community loves it and, Hawg Holler was for years and they wanted something to replace it. We’ve got a lot of community support.”
Then event, also sponsored by Jus Bike Me looks like it’s going to be a blast. Organizers promise two great nights of LIVE music. That includes award-winning Sturgis native Jasmine Cain and kick-but Kid Rock tribute Kid Kentucky.
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“I don’t know what to expect, but every event I have each year gets bigger. I think this will be the same way,” Phillip said. His speedway hosts tons of events from races to rodeos and even a fair. So, he has confidence there will be a good turnout and this will turnout to be a annual destination event for bikers. We suspect he’s right.
The other fun includes bike games, along with wet t-shirt and frozen t-shirt contests.
There’s free primitive camping and free showers on site too.
Passes are $35 for the weekend or $25 dollars for. one day. It’s 20 bucks to bring in a cooler. This is for walk-ins to the concerts not campers. Campers will not be charged. But they will also be selling beer on location if you don’t want to haul a cooler on your Harley.
Tickets are not on sale in advance, you just pay at the gate.
For more info call 731-434-9832.
Friday September 10th:
Mostly Locust, a groovy bluegrass group.
Jasmine Cain, award-winning artist and Sturgis, SD native to boot.
Saturday September 11th:
Kid Rock tribute Kid Kentucky