Atlanta's first major motorcycle and music festival, Ride ‘N Rock, will come to Atlanta Motor Speedway Memorial Day weekend, May 25 - 27.

Offering a wide array of custom, vintage and stock motorcycles, Ride ‘N Rock will merge great music from local and nationally recognized bands, hundreds of motorcycles and countless vendors to create a two-wheel Memorial Day weekend extravaganza.

More than a dozen bands are scheduled to perform throughout the weekend, including several Atlanta-based bands. Numerous celebrities are slated to attend the festival including Sugar Bear, a Los Angeles based chopper-builder who revolutionized the industry when he introduced the "Sugar Bear Springer" front end in 1972.

Stunt man Rhett Rotten will bring his "Wall of Death" to the show. Rotten rides motorcycles inside "The Wall," a large wooden barrel built in 1941. Known as the "Intimidator of Gravity," Rotten travels seven months each year sharing his death-defying stunts with people across America.

Don Gray Customs, Revolution Manufacturing, Young Choppers and Vegas City are just a few of the manufacturers that will be on-hand with bikes on display. Patrons wanting to sell their used motorcycle will have the opportunity to do so in the "Used Bike Sales Event" lot.

While parking is available throughout AMS property and on the infield, only motorcycles will be allowed to park on the infield area. Four-wheel traffic can park outside and utilize the infield tunnel to gain access.

A burnout competition will take place with trophies going to the top-three finishers, selected by audience participation. Countless vendors offering parts, services, apparel and more will be present as well as several of the best tattoo artists in the Atlanta area.

A three-day pass can be purchased for just $35 while single day admission is only $20. Kids under 12 are free. Several camping options are available and can be obtained by calling 877-9-AMS-TIX.