Ride To The Tide 2023

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Events are liable to change dates, times or possibly cancel without notice to the Bike Week Events Trader. Make sure to check with the event coordinator for accurate dates, times and information.The Ride to the Tide currently has no upcoming dates scheduled in Smyrna, DE. This Smyrna motorcycle event is held at Rommel Harley Davidson and hosted by Ride to the Tide.

The Delaware Blue Knights Chapter 1 is organizing this Law Enforcement fundraising event involving hundreds of bikes taking part in a police-escorted ride from Newark to Dover in support of Special Olympics in Delaware.
If you leave the concert venue for a long period of time, someone might use your chairs. Please be respectful of each other and each other’s property. Anyone using someone else’s chair must give it back when the owner returns.

For guests with vehicles like RVs, pull behind campers, and oversized vans that exceed our standard 20’x20′ campsites. Access to the RV/Oversized camping area for Friday (5/19) and Saturday (5/20). Camping Pass does NOT include admission to the show. You MUST purchase your concert ticket separately.
The Ride The Tide Music Festival will take full advantage of everything The Caverns has to offer, from its scenic outdoor amphitheater and world famous underground music venue, to cave tours and the on-site campground.Wifi is available inside the Big Mouth Cave and near the Gift Shop area onsite – no password is required to join the network. Please open your network settings and join “The Caverns” network. There is no wifi available in the campground areas or the Big Room Cave. Cell service is not available inside either of the caves. Please plan ahead and use wifi chat apps like WhatsApp or Messenger to communicate with your friends when on Wifi. Wifi is not available in the campground and cell service can be spotty depending on the weather/provider.

Upgrade your camping experience to VIP and rock out in style at Ride The Tide. This package includes VIP Tent and Lounge access as well as VIP Open Bar with delicious local food options to keep you turning and burning all weekend long. Secure a spot on the campground in our VIP area by the entrance to the footpath—it’s a straight shot to the music from there. Each package also comes with a guided cave tour and an exclusive Ride The Tide Music Festival merchandise package that includes a commemorative poster and T-shirt, event lanyard and sticker.

Grills – Gas Grills are permitted in The Caverns campground. Oversize grills, BBQ Pits, fire pits and other large cooking elements are not allowed. A “backyard gas grill” and below is a good rule of thumb for considering your size. Please do not bring charcoal grills, wood, fire pits, any type of fuel. Propane tanks restricted to 20lbs and under only, no larger sizes will be permitted. All of these items will be confiscated at the gates and will not be returned.
The Caverns and Mike Farris of The Screamin’ Cheetah Wheelies present a new music festival with camping called Ride The Tide which will take place May 19-21, 2023. The festival gets its name from The Screamin’ Cheetah Wheelies 1993 hit song and fan favorite “Ride The Tide,” and features a line-up curated by Mike Farris himself, who is from nearby Winchester, TN.

Big Mouth Cave – We’ll have GA seats available for you to use during performances inside the cave. Please do not bring chairs, blankets or tarps into the cave. Chairs will not be allowed for the late night shows, bring your dance moves and get down underground!
20’x20′ campsite for up to 4 people for Friday (5/19) and Saturday (5/20). Camping Pass does NOT include admission to the show. You MUST purchase your concert ticket separately. The Camping Pass only allows for one (1) standard size vehicle to enter the campground. All RVs, pull-behind campers and oversized vans must purchase and park in the RV/Oversized camping area.Please check out The Caverns FAQs where you’ll find answers to FAQs about Underground Concerts in Big Mouth Cave, FAQs about camping, and FAQs about Cave Tours.Commune with nature and fellow music lovers at The Caverns Campground. Tucked in at the base of Monteagle Mountain, our campground is only a quarter mile walk from the music on a serenely lit wooded footpath. Food trucks will be providing fare throughout the day just a quick stroll from your tent set up. Whether it’s sunrise or sunset, you’ll have a soft place to land after a day jam packed with festival fun. Spaces are 20 ft x 20 ft. RVs, large campers and vehicles over 20ft will require a large vehicle camping pass. Confirmed artists include The Screamin’ Cheetah Wheelies, Lucero, Foy Vance, North Mississippi Allstars, Ruthie Foster, Drivin’ N Cryin’, Eli “Paperboy” Reed, Jimmy Hall, Trigger Hippy, Them Vibes, Bonnie Bishop, Tyler Bryant & The Shakedown, Highwater, and more to come. Additionally, Mike Farris will host a Gospel Brunch on the Sunday of the festival. Escape to the mountains and relax in the atmosphere of a historic, rustic Tennessee lodge, rich in history with a warm mountain ambiance! You’ll stay at the world-famous Smoke House Lodge on Monteagle Mountain. Nearby you’ll find local shopping, dining, breathtaking hikes with some of Tennessee’s greatest waterfalls, the historic University of The South, known as Sewanee, a golf course, and more. Transportation is included in this package, so sit back and relax during your fifteen-minute ride down the mountain to The Caverns and back.

Bags, including backpacks, briefcases, luggage or duffle bags. Clear bags that do not exceed 12”x12”x6″ are allowed. Small clutches 4.5″ x 6.5″ are allowed (clear not required).Fires – Open Fires are permitted at the Campsite within reason. You may not have a fire on the ground. You will need to bring your own above ground fire ring or grill to have a fire. Please do not start a fire before your show begins or when you’re planning to leave. All fires must be attended to constantly. If you do start a fire before your event, it must be completely extinguished when leaving the campground. No leaving lit fires unattended for any reason. The Caverns staff reserves the right to ask any patron to extinguish their fire(s) at any time.

“I’m really excited to give our fans a place they can call home in the beautiful Tennessee countryside, where we can all celebrate friends and good times together,” says Mike Farris. “It’s also great to invite all our favorite artists and musicians to come along for the ride and shine some light on them as well!”Each yurt is furnished with a wood carved bed much like the one seen here. The beds are carved by Rob Morrow, the same artist who crafted the magic doors to The Caverns subterranean concert hall.