Dierks Bentley is gearing up his 9th annual Miles & Music for Kids fundraiser, and this year he's being joined by some of county's most popular men.

Randy Houser, Kip Moore, Jon Pardi and Chris Young will join Bentley at the event -- which features a celebrity motorcycle ride and concert -- on Sunday, Sept. 28 in Nashville.

Bentley is borrowing the Riser bird symbol from his latest album for the event, which has raised over $2.5 million over the years for Children's Miracle Network hospitals across the country.

"The Riser bird symbol we've been using to represent this album has really come to mean something to my fans," Bentley says. "I've been hearing stories about it on the road, people are getting tattoos of it. It's a symbol of strength and resilience, and I think it's perfect to extend into what we do for Miles & Music, especially when we are talking about the history of the event, the bikers and fans who come out every year to support it and most importantly, the children and their families being treated at Vandy."

The hour-long motorcycle ride will begin at the Harley Davidson dealership in Columbia, Tenn., ending up at Riverfront Park in downtown Nashville for a concert. Ticket information is available at Dierks.com.