Foo Fighters To Headline Last ‘Love Ride’ Fest

The Love Ride Foundation hits it out of the park as it snags the Foo Fighters to headline the charitable organization’s final motorcyle .

Considered the largest and longest-running one-day motorcycle charitable fundraising event on the planet, The Love Ride ends its three-plus decade run Oct. 18 in Southern California.

Motorcycle aficionado Jay Leno will be at the front of the pack as he leads thousands of riders from Harley-Davidson of Glendale, Calif., to Lake Castaic, where Harley enthusiast Dave Grohl and the Foos will take the stage.  Expect the band to be joined by several special guests.

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Firefly Music Festival, Dover International Speedway, Dover, Del.

The 32nd festival includes a 45-mile ride, two concerts, celebrity guests, custom bike and stunt shows, gourmet food trucks, a vendor exhibition and drawings for prices such as exclusive motorcycle items.  This year’s ride benefits the Wounded Warrior Project.  Tickets are available now via this link.  Visit Love Ride HD on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram for more information.