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Lost Highway Festival

–the weekend-long Motorcycle, Camping and Music festival–will be held Saturday, May 30 at San Manuel Amphitheater with weekend camping on Friday, May 29 and Saturday, May 30 at the picturesque Glen Helen Park in San Bernardino, CA .  Featuring live performances from Toby Keith, Social Distortion, Eli Young Band, Reverend Horton Heat, Lucero and more, is rooted in the tradition and camaraderie of creating a destination for motorcycle riders and music fans alike.

The festival will host a world-class motorcycle show and expo with top-tier builders and influencers in the motorcycle community. Tickets are on sale now starting at only $29.50 plus fees through Live Nation and  Today, April 22nd, has announced three pre-parties which will be presented by Russ Brown Motorcycle Attorneys and will be held at Southern California Harley-Davidson dealerships. These pre-parties will kick off on May 8 at Quaid Harley-Davidson in Loma Linda, CA and May 9 at Glendale Harley-Davidson and conclude May 16 at San Diego Harley-Davidson.   Each will include the “LOST HIGHWAY Battle of the Bands presented by Russ Brown” and “ Miss LOST HIGHWAY presented by Russ Brown” as well as raffles, motorcycle vendors, food, and more.

In the spirit of recognizing new artists, four bands will be selected to play at each Quaid Harley-Davidson, Glendale Harley-Davidson and San Diego Harley-Davidson with one of the four bands from each respective location earning the opportunity to perform live at the LOST HIGHWAY Motorcycle Show & Concert on May 30 in San Bernardino, CA on the Russ Brown Stage.    Musicians can submit their band directly through the open entry online submission form via the LOST HIGHWAY website:

In addition, LOST HIGHWAY and Russ Brown are giving models throughout Southern California the chance to be named “Miss LOST HIGHWAY 2015.”   Each LOST HIGHWAY Pre-Party will also include semi finalist events for “Miss LOST HIGHWAY presented by Russ Brown.”  At each Quaid Harley-Davidson, Glendale Harley-Davidson and San Diego Harley-Davidson three models will be selected to move on to the finals at the LOST HIGHWAY Motorcycle Show & Concert on Saturday, May 30. The finalists will then compete for the title of “Miss LOST HIGHWAY 2015,” a photoshoot by Justin George for the cover of the 2016 UNKNOWN Industries Calendar, features in three of the world’s top custom Motorcycle magazinesHot Bike, Baggers and Street Chopper, and more!  All interested models may enter through the LOST HIGHWAY website

LOST HIGHWAY Motorcycle Show & Concert Pre-Party locations in Southern California:

25160 Redlands Blvd. Loma Linda, CA, 92354
6:00pm – 9:00pm
3717 San Fernando Rd. Glendale, CA 91204
12:00pm – 4:00pm
4645 Morena Blvd. San Diego, CA 92117
12:00pm – 4:00pm

The official LOST HIGHWAY FESTIVAL on May 30 at San Manuel Amphitheater in San Bernardino, CA will feature performances from Toby Keith on his Good Times & Pick Up Lines tour presented by Ford F-Series with Eli Young Band and more on the festival’s Country Stage. In the rock realm, Social Distortion, Reverend Horton Heat, Lucero, Lindi Oretga and others will play live on the Quaid Harley-Davidson Stage. Festival attendees are primed to experience a lot more than music at the event which is rooted in the tradition and camaraderie of a global destination for motorcycle riders, such as the world-renowned Sturgis® Motorcycle Rally™ which will celebrate its 75th anniversary this August. Friday night, May 29, begins with camping check-in on the shady, lakeside campgrounds of Glen Helen Regional Park and the official LOST HIGHWAY kick-off party for those that purchase weekend Camping or VIP packages. On Saturday, San Manuel Amphitheater will open at 1pm and feature a full day of live music plus a motorcycle show and expo showcasing old and new school bikes, UNKNOWN Industries’ team of riders and their freestyle Harley-Davidson riding demos with visual thrills around every corner for attendees. Other fun happenings will include the House of Kolor’s helmet art show featuring custom-painted motorcycle helmets. The art show will be hosted by world-renowned motorcycle painter Taylor Schultz which will feature eight celebrated painters from California and around the world.

The central core of LOST HIGHWAYa festival unlike any other–is the motorcycle culture experience. Enthusiasts from around the country will bring their stunning custom bikes, which are functional pieces of art bike showcase and the enjoyment of the crowds on the festival grounds. The world’s top custom Motorcycle magazinesHot Bike, Baggers and Street Chopper–will host the show. The editors of these magazines and other publications will be onsite to judge the custom creations and award trophies, cash and prizes. In addition, every “Best In Show” winner will receive a magazine feature both in print and online from one of the motorcycle publications. Building on the strong sense of community between motorcycle enthusiasts, the expo will also showcase top-tier motorcycle professionals including builders, parts and accessories manufacturers, riding gear creators, custom leathersmiths and jewelry designers/makers in the vendor village.

LOST HIGHWAY will host two motorcycle rides through the San Bernardino National Forest on Saturday leaving the festival site throughout the day. Riders can pre-register for the “Infinite Hero Ride,” to be led by our U.S. Service Men & Women and designed to raise awareness for the Infinite Hero mission that combats the most difficult issues–both mental and physical–facing our returning military heroes and families.

The second ride will bring the mayor of the City of Sturgis, SD, Mark Carstensen to the festival to host the first-ever “Southern California Sturgis Mayor’s Ride.” Motorcycle enthusiasts will be able to join Mayor Mark Carstensen and Grand Marshall Freestyle Motorcross legend Carey Hart, as well as Buddy Suttle, Seth Enslow and other celebrity guests on this special ride with a portion of proceeds to benefit Sturgis charities. Pre-registration for both rides at:

The LOST HIGHWAY campground check-in will begin at 4:00pm on Friday, May 29 in Glen Helen Regional Park adjacent to the venue’s VIP area. The proximity of the campground to the venue allows campers to walk to the free pre-show kick-off party, the motorcycle show and concerts as well as relax in a campsite afterward to avoid the ride home . Camping spots are very limited offering both RV camping with full hookups and tent camping, with amenities from electricity to bathrooms and showers.

LOST HIGHWAY is a short ride from Las Vegas, San Francisco, Phoenix, Tucson, San Diego, San Joaquin Valley and many more cities in the Southwestern USA. Tickets and limited quantities of VIP packages are available now through Live Nation and .


Watch the LOST HIGHWAY festival trailer here:

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For LOST HIGHWAY Press Releases and Artist photos for download:

About Russ Brown Motorcycle Attorneys:
Russ Brown Motorcycle Attorneys are the original attorneys who ride, since 1975.  They know the ins and outs of motorcycle accidents and specialize in protecting and fighting for riders.  Their commitment to the motorcycle community means they go the extra mile for their friends.  Taking on even the toughest cases, they have recovered hundreds of millions of dollars for their clients and have an incredible 98% success rate for all retained cases.  Whether you need simple advice about property damage or have extensive injuries from a serious accident—even if you have been turned down by another lawyer—you can trust Russ Brown Motorcycle Attorneys to be your toughest advocate.  A consultation is easy and always free.

In 2013, Russ was inducted into the Sturgis Motorcycle Museum Hall of Fame, and honored for his BAM program, a free nationwide buddy system of riders helping riders now numbering about 2,000,000 riders strong.  Russ’ partners, Chuck Koro & Jim Romag are committed to BAM (Breakdown Assistance for Motorcyclists) and give free legal advice daily to riders via the Russ Brown Motorcycle Attorneys help line at 1-800-4BIKERS and via

About UNKNOWN Industries:
UNKNOWN Industries is a new breed of Harley riders who push the limits of their motorcycles and themselves as they prove to the world what is possible on a bike.  UNKNOWN has garnered almost 4 million views online of the first 13 episodes of their world famous “Harley Wheelies” YouTube series. UNKNOWN’s team of Riders have traveled the country and performed over 100 closed course Freestyle Harley Riding demos at events ranging from NASCAR, the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally, Supercross, Harley-Davidson dealerships, military bases, massive music festivals, the Hot Bike Tour and various other events across the US.  2014 included the release of UNKNOWN’s second feature length movie, “Into The UNKNOWN” on both DVD and iTunes.   UNKNOWN co-founder and rider Nick Leonetti was featured on cover of Hot Bike magazine in 2014. UNKNOWN co-founder and rider Buddy Suttle was featured on the February 2015 issue of Baggers magazine.  Additionally UNKNOWN Riders have been featured in TV shows, music videos, TV commercials, online web-series shows, other magazines, and more. UNKNOWN has recently released a full clothing line and will soon launch a line of custom motorcycle parts and accessories.  Buy UNKNOWN shirts, hoodies, dvds, calendars and more now atUNKNOWN Industries: YouTube, Facebook, Instagram . iTunes: and DVD: .

About Hot Bike magazine:
For over 40 years Hot Bike has been the custom motorcycle enthusiast’s go-to magazine. Hot Bike features in-depth technical articles for any rider’s level of skill, the baddest new products, tools, and gear as well as massive coverage of the world’s most mind-blowing custom V-Twin powered bikes. Hot Bike  also covers the lifestyle of real bikers with in-depth personal profiles, event coverage, and some of the hottest ladies to ever be draped over a motorcycle.
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About Baggers magazine:
Baggers  is about the ride, more importantly, getting there in the most stylish and functional way possible. The “Custom Touring Motorcycle Magazine” encompasses all brands of customized touring bikes regardless of their country of origin and addresses the exploding scene of full-dressed cruisers to big wheeled radicals with enormous motors. Baggers also scours the industry for the best parts, accessories, and riding gear to make the riding experience even better. Through in-depth product evaluations, touring stories, and step-by-step product installations Baggers covers the entire spectrum of customized touring *

About Street Chopper:
What started in 1969 as a way showcase the newest trend of custom motorcycles, Street Chopper magazine has grown to be the number one source for long, low, lean, and loud chrome-coated two-wheeled freedom machines. We show nothing but the cream of the crop in choppers from all corners of the globe as well as the men who built them, giving our readers an exclusivity that is second to none. We also regularly dip into our archives and consistently dig out treasures that haven’t seen the light of day in decades. Check out the 45th anniversary issue ( HERE).  Street Chopper: Facebook, Instagram, andTwitter.

About SGE:
Synergy Global Entertainment, Inc. (SGE) specializes in producing music events and music marketing programs benefiting brands, artists, consumers, partners and attendees alike. SGE has produced thousands of branded music festivals, concerts, tours and events throughout the world playing to millions of applauding fans.

About Live Nation Entertainment:
Live Nation Entertainment (NYSE: LYV) is the world’s leading live entertainment company comprised of global market leaders: Ticketmaster, Live Nation Concerts, Live Nation Media & Sponsorship and Artist Nation Management. For additional information, visit

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