Music City Miles and Memories

Music City Celebrates Our Heroes: A Walk, Run, or Ruck March Around the Music City Indy Racecourse

The national military nonprofit based in Nashville, Memories of Honor, presents Music City Miles and Memories, an event designed to honor our fallen service members in conjunction with the Music City Grand Prix.

Experience patriotism on the track, where you can walk, run, or undertake a military ruck around the Music City Grand Prix Racetrack. Move at your own speed, capture memories with photos, and admire the scenic views as we pay tribute to our Nation’s fallen heroes.


DATE: August 5th, 2023 TIME: 7:00 AM – 8:00 AM LOCATION: Music City Grand Prix Racecourse – 1st Ave South (Refer to Map) PACE: You’re allowed up to 1 hour and 15 minutes to complete the two-mile course. All participants must vacate the racecourse by 9 AM sharp!


Morning packet pickup & check-in: 6:30 AM On-Track Walk/Run/Ruck: 7:00 AM – 8:00 AM All participants must leave the track by 8:00 AM Please note, this event’s details are subject to change based on the Grand Prix schedule and weather.


Details to be announced!


Memories of Honor, a national nonprofit based in Tennessee, has partnered with the Music City Grand Prix to produce this event. All proceeds from the Miles & Memories ticket sales and all donations will go directly to Memories of Honor to support our mission. Your participation and generous contributions enable us to make every day a Memorial Day.


Romain Grosjean, driver of the No. 51 Dale Coyne Racing Honda-powered Indy car, provides a detailed account of the 2.17-mile Nashville circuit in preparation for the Music City Grand Prix.

Be a part of an unmatched race that winds through the core of Music City and marks the first professional race to cross a body of water as it traverses the Cumberland River into downtown Nashville. This race is a spectacle unlike any other, with a course designed to challenge the racers and thrill the fans. The temporary street circuit takes racers past Nissan Stadium (home of the NFL Tennessee Titans) and over the Korean War Veterans Memorial Bridge into downtown Nashville.

Our mission is to honor and remember our fallen service members and their families every day, not just once a year. We use sports, entertainment, and special events to create living memorials so that every life lost in active duty or due to military service is remembered. We honor all military branches, regardless of the date or cause of loss. We remember!

Event Contact Info:

For any queries about this Event, please reach out to the Event director at EVENTSTEAM@MEMORIESOFHONOR.ORG

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