Rod & Roll Classic Auto Show

August 17, 2019
07:00am - 4:00pm

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Celebrating its 29th year, auto enthusiasts will enjoy the Dowagiac Rod & Roll Classic Auto Show of the Chamber of Commerce on Saturday, August 17. Dash plaques and signature show t-shirts are presented to registrants, with trophies awarded to the top 20.

On-site registration opens at 7 a.m.  Breakfast, served by The Baker's Rhapsody beneath the festival tent, kicks off the event.

Music of the decades and door prizes galore fill the afternoon, along with the Tailgate Market, in-store games, barbecue and the esteemed Trophy Ride.

For more information or to receive a registration form to show your classic vehicle call (269) 782.8212.

 

 

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