FUN FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY!
FUN FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY!
Near Ellsworth and McKellips
Limited to 100 cars
Watch for registration in Sept. 2023
There are 100 places to park your classic car at the Mountain Bridge Car Show. If you get there early enough, you can show off in the grassy-green Owners' Club Park.
$25 admission per car. No refunds.
Driver check-in begins at 9 a.m. and the show starts at 10 a.m. with a flag presentation by Mesa High School's JROTC program and music by Skyline High School's Encante Singers.
Invite grandma and grandpa, mom and dad, the kids, the aunts, the uncles. The event is FREE. There is a bounce house for the kids, the B-Sides Beatles cover band, 50/50 raffle, and 100 cars to drool over.
Don't bother to pack a lunch; there will be delicious brisket, pulled pork, and the best-ever BBQ nachos served by Different Smokes BBQ. If you aren't feeling carnivorous, try the Queso Good food truck for quesadilla options! Need an early pick-me-up or a bag of popcorn? Visit The Coffee Cup Cuties!
As well as Best of Show, second, and third, judging categories include modern, hot rod, import, truck, people's choice, and best of Mountain Bridge. In addition, everyone in attendance can vote for the people's choice award using a mobile phone.
Skyline High School's Automotive Program students have been asked to judge the event. These students are the next generation of classic car owners. These kids know their stuff! The intensive automotive program they study teaches all about cars inside and out. to judge. All the event attendees will have a chance to vote, too. Watch for voting instructions on-site.
The Mountain Bridge Annual Car Show T-Shirt is known for its exceptional artwork, cool colors, and limited availability. Be sure to pre-order your shirt while you can. Additional shirts are not available at the event. Orders taken until Oct. 18.
This year’s 50/50 Raffle benefits Corbin’s Legacy. Its mission is to improve the outcomes of underrepresented elementary school children by eliminating food and medical insecurity. Each night in Maricopa county, 175,000 children go to bed without food or medications. Sales begin at 9:30 a.m. The winner wins half the pot, and the other hal
This year’s 50/50 Raffle benefits Corbin’s Legacy. Its mission is to improve the outcomes of underrepresented elementary school children by eliminating food and medical insecurity. Each night in Maricopa county, 175,000 children go to bed without food or medications. Sales begin at 9:30 a.m. The winner wins half the pot, and the other half goes to Corbin’s Legacy to continue their work. Drawing before the trophy ceremony.
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