The UFC will make a stop in Milwaukee to celebrate the Harley-Davidson’s 110th anniversary with UFC 164.

“To celebrate Harley’s 110th anniversary, over Labor Day weekend, the UFC will be going to Harley’s hometown for the ‘Hometown Throwdown 2013,'” said UFC president Dana White. “We’ll be at the Bradley Center in Milwaukee on Saturday, August 31.”

The UFC previously held a card in Milwaukee back in 2011, with Dan Hardy and Chris Lytle main eventing. There was rumors that Jose Aldo-Anthony Pettis would be part of the card in Wisconsin, but that fight is headed towards Brazil.

White also let it be known that the UFC and Harley-Davidson have come to agreement on another long-term deal.

The UFC doesn’t hold many cards in the midwest, but when they do, they tend to bring championship fights, as Demetrious Johnson competed on a FOX card from Chicago.