If you’ve ever wanted to ride alongside Dierks Bentley, here’s your chance.

Next month, the hit country singer will be hitting the road on his motorcycle and taking along fans. The occasion? Bentley is hosting the ACM Charity Motorcycle Ride and Concert, the proceeds of which will go toward ACM Lifting Lives, the Academy of Country Music and local child abuse advocacy groups and military philanthropies.

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The latter include Children’s Advocacy Center for Denton County, Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children, Bikers Against Child Abuse, 444 Angel, Folds of Honor Foundation, Wounded Warrior Project, Navy SEAL Foundation, and Task Force Dagger Foundation.

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The ride, held April 18, takes place in Texas and there will be two starting points, one at Strokers Dallas and the other at Longhorn Harley-Davidson, and ends at Maverick Harley-Davidson in Carrollton, Texas, where Bentley will perform. Other celebrities in attendance will include NHL Dallas Stars player Craig Ludwig, who’s emceeing the event, Clare Dunn, Will Hoge, Joey Hyde, James Otto, Dee Jay Silver, Montgomery Gentry and Thompson Square.

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