Save the Date | Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA

Harley-Davidson Homecoming 

July 13-16, 2023

H-D Museum man on motorcycle statue
H-D Museum man on motorcycle statue
Join us for our 120th Anniversary Celebration
Join us as we celebrate Harley-Davidson’s 120th Anniversary with the launch of Harley-Davidson Homecoming, an annual H-D festival held in Milwaukee, WI. The inaugural four-day event will come to life from July 13 – 16, 2023 and welcomes riders, enthusiasts and fans to come together in celebration of Harley-Davidson and motorcycle culture.
Location & Date
Milwaukee, WI (USA)
July 13 – 16, 2023
Book Your Stay Now

Lodging is available in and around the city. There are many campgrounds, private home rentals and nearly 16,000 hotel rooms in the greater Milwaukee area. Check out the following tools online:

Motorcycle rentals. Bike & lodging packaged tours. Save when you book through EagleRider.
  • VISIT Milwaukee provides a list of lodging options in the Milwaukee area or call hotels directly. 
  • Private home rentals can be found on sites like VrboAirbnb and many others. Search online for “vacation rentals”.


motorcycles riding on road
Go for the Win! 
Win a Grand Prize trip for two to Milwaukee for Harley-Davidson’s 120th Anniversary Celebration at Homecoming July 13–16, 2023!*
*NO PURCHASE NECESSARY.  Open to (50) U. S. (D.C.), CA, FR, DE, UK, & MX, 18+. Ends 30 Sept 2022 at 11:59 p.m.  U.S. Eastern Time. See Official Rules for all requirements, alternate method of entry for select countries for entries using H-D Mobile App, and prizes offered.  CA winner must correctly answer a math skill question.  There are 1900 prizes offered through an Instant win game, 12 prizes offered through monthly drawings available to all countries & there are Grand Prize drawings offering trip prizes to residents of each country.  There is no requirement to own a Harley-Davidson™ motorcycle or have the appropriate license to ride a motorcycle to participate in this Promotion. However, Entrants who elect to earn entries by riding, must have the required license, wear appropriate safety gear, including a helmet, agree to ride safely and responsibly, and accept all risks associated with riding.