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Toby Keith, Eli Young Band to kick off San Bernardino motorcycle fest

New motorcycle concert and festival comes to San Bernardino with Toby Keith and Social Distortion

Country star Toby Keith, veteran punk band Social Distortion and the Eli Young Band will rock the first Lost Highway motorcycle show and concert, a sort of mini-Coachella Festival in May in San Bernardino.

Lost Highway concerts take place May 30 at the San Manuel Amphitheater. Camping will be available at nearby Glen Helen Regional Park, a festival statement says.

Tickets for shows and a place to pitch your tent go on sale at 10 a.m. Pacific time Friday by Ticketmaster.

Keith will be joined on stage by Reverend Horton Heat, Lucero, Lindi Ortega, Rick Monroe and the Brave Ones. The day's events include freestyle Harley-Davidson riding demonstrations and a freestyle motocross show.

Several rides also are planned.

The famed Sturgis Motorcycle Rally held in August each year in Sturgis, S.D., turns 75 this year. At Lost Highway, Sturgis Mayor Mark Carstensen will lead a May 30 ride ($150 per person) with motocoss performer Carey Hart and others as a celebration of his town's love of the bike.

Other rides include an Infinite Hero Ride on May 30 (also $150 per person) led by members of the U.S. military.

Early bird tickets cost $19.50 for general admission. Reserved seats range from $29.50 to $99.50. VIP packages run from $299 to $699. Tent camping packages cost $125 and RV camping $299 with a "Full Throttle" VIP camping package for $899. (Prices don't include Ticketmaster handling fees.)

Info: Lost Highway

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