Harley-Davidson announces Homecoming for 2023’s big anniversary

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Harley-Davidson will turn 120 years old in 2023, and the iconic American motorcycle manufacturer is already getting ready to party.

The MoCo has announced a Homecoming party for 2023, similar to big party-in-Milwaukee events that have accompanied big anniversaries in the past (see CMG’s adventure in Milwaukee at the 110th anniversary party here). Expect a similar sort of fun for next year’s event—see an excerpt from the company’s press release below:

Harley-Davidson® will celebrate its 120th Anniversary by launching the Harley-Davidson® Homecoming™ event, an annual four-day festival filled with music, food and moto-culture. The inaugural event will take place at multiple venues throughout the Milwaukee area on July 13-16, 2023, and welcomes riders, enthusiasts, and fans to meet in Milwaukee for a huge celebration.

“We invite everyone, riders, non-riders and fans around the world, to join us in Milwaukee next summer for the Harley-Davidson Homecoming where we will celebrate 120 years of our incredible brand,” said Jochen Zeitz, Chairman, President and CEO of Harley-Davidson. “This will be the first in a series of unforgettable annual events in Milwaukee. Stay tuned for more details in coming months, and we look forward to celebrating with you in 2023.”

To find lodging options in Milwaukee visit https://www.visitmilwaukee.org/homecoming/. Camping and RV parking information is available at Wisconsin Campgrounds https://www.wisconsincampgrounds.com/. Note that most reservations are not available to book until one year in advance of event.

You can find out more at this new micro-site from Harley-Davidson.

There’s also a new contest running through the Harley-Davidson app, with prizes that include a free trip to Milwaukee to party at the Homecoming next year. For rules, program and prize details and more information regarding The Road to Harley-Davidson Homecoming Challenge, check out the official Harley-Davidson App, or visit H-D.com/ride. Remember that often, in these US-run events, Canadians may not be eligible for some of the prizes, due to the rules.

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