Wake up and smell the fuel at Arizona’s auto shows, which showcase a wide array of automobiles and various makes, models, and years throughout the year. These auto shows draw in large crowds of car lovers, collectors, and spectators appreciating all things automobile. The best auto shows in Arizona feature interesting auto exhibitions and provide awards in a large range of classes.
Local car enthusiasts gather at the annual Trilogy Roadrunners Car Show for an exciting display of over 100 vehicles. Held at Trilogy’s Kiva Club each March for over a decade, this local favorite car show features special cars, trucks, and motorcycles on display. There’s also awards, food, and music at this car show.
The Spring Fling Car Show is an event car enthusiasts don’t want to miss. Held in March in Sun City, this annual auto show welcomes cars, trucks, and motorcycles and includes classic music, raffle prizes, and entertainment. This car show is free for the public to attend.
Hosted by the Desert Ridge High School, Cruisin’ Thru the Decades Car Show takes place in February in the school’s parking lot. Over 100 cars are on display for spectators to browse, plus students are dressed in various styles throughout the decades while performing throughout the show. Attendees enjoy awards, door prizes, live DJ entertainment, food vendors, and a 50/50 raffle while supporting the high school’s theater boosters scholarship programs.
Held at the Tucson Mall in March, Diamonds in the Desert Car Show is a fundraiser auto show benefiting auto programs for local students. There’s nearly 20 judged classes at this event in addition to sponsor awards, dash plaques, and goodie bags. This event also features DJ entertainment, raffles, and vendor booths.
For nearly 40 years, the All Mopar H.E.M.I Show has been held each March at AutoNation North Phoenix. This Mopar-only car show offers plenty of space for car exhibitions, over two dozen professionally judged categories, awards, a swap area, door prizes, food vendors, and raffles. There is no admission fee for spectators of this car show.
For 25 years, the annual Buick, Oldsmobile, Pontiac & Cadillac Show has been showcasing vintage automobiles. This event is held each March in the parking lot of the East Valley Institute of Technology and is hosted by the Valley of the Sun Pontiacs Club, which is dedicated to the restoration, preservation, and enjoyment of Pontiac automobiles.
Held at the Vee Quiva Resort and Casino, Classics at the Casino Car Show takes place each March and features all makes, models, and years of automobiles. Bikes, cars, hot rods, and more make their way to this fun show. This free-admission car show is open to all ages and includes music, entertainment, food trucks, awards, and merchandise.
For over three decades, the Oracle Spring Run Car Show has been welcoming all makes and models of vehicles including cars, trucks, cycles, and off-roads. This event is typically held at the Oracle Historical Society each April during the Oracle Oaks Festival and includes trophy awards in over a dozen classes. There’s also entertainment and vendors available at this car show.
Corvettes in the Park Charity Show takes place in March at the Dr. A.J. Chandler Park West and showcases a variety of Chevy Corvette automobiles. Corvette enthusiasts gather to browse the variety of Corvettes while enjoying live music, raffle prizes, and vendors. There’s no admission fee and cars are judged at this show.
The Detroit Muscle Car Show is held at Surprise Ford in March and welcomes all makes, models, and years of domestic automobiles. Corvettes are featured in their own special class at this event. Crowds of car lovers gather to view the car displays at this special show, which includes food vendors, music, and trophies.