Harley-Davidson 110th Anniversary tickets go on sale in December

Publish Date: 
Nov 28, 2012

MILWAUKEE, Wis. - Harley-Davidson has announced that tickets for its 110th anniversary celebration next Labor Day weekend in Milwaukee will go on sale Dec. 17 online

HOG members will get a one-week advantage - they will be able to purchase tickets starting Dec. 10.

The anniversary event Aug. 29 through Sept. 1 will include fan-organized rides to Milwaukee, a parade, three headlining concerts, parties at Milwaukee's Henry Maier Festival Park (Summerfest Grounds) and activities at the Harley-Davidson Museum. 

For HOG members, the event tickets include access to the global HOG 30th Anniversary Celebration Aug. 29 at the Summerfest Grounds, as well as access to members-only areas throughout the weekend's events. Additional free public activities include parties at participating Harley-Davidson dealerships and street parties around the city.

Two ticket options are available:

Celebration Ticket – Print at Home ($95; convenience fees not included) Available for purchases made within the continental U.S.; includes access to the Summerfest Grounds on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, an opportunity to purchase tickets for the headlining concerts at Marcus Amphitheater before they go on sale to the general public in the spring, a link to download the official event app on a mobile device or smartphone, map of historic Harley-Davidson sites in Milwaukee, and automatic entry to win a parade pass.

• Commemorative Celebration Ticket Package ($102.50; convenience fees not included) Includes the above admission package plus a photo frame holder, commemorative laminated ticket and lanyard, Milwaukee 110th Anniversary pocket guide, limited edition poker chip, guitar pick keepsake and drink koozie with corresponding drink discounts.

Harley-Davidson fans are also invited to join the celebration online by sharing videos, images and experiences on Facebook, Twitter with the hashtag #HD110, and at www.h-d.com/110.  

Posted by Holly Wagner