Autorama let’s you experience antique, custom, classic, and other amazing vehicles in one of the largest car shows in the Midwest!
Beloit Autorama is one of the midwest’s biggest car shows. The show features thousands of automobiles and a chance to shop for or swap car parts and collectibles.
The event features more than one thousand show cars in various classes, including: Street Rod, Custom, Corvette, Antique, Classic, Truck, 55-64 Full Size Chevrolets, Hi-performance Vehicles, and Imports.
Shop ‘Til You Drop at Autorama!
A Parts Swap and Arts and Crafts area featuring more than two hundred vendors provides something for everyone! If you feel like driving away in a new ride, you may just find your favorite four-wheeled drive at the Car Corral–choose from more than one hundred classic and performance cars, all for sale!
Enjoy live music and hot, delicious food will that will only add to the awesome-ness of the car show! If you’re hungry, be sure to hit a concession stand! The food vendors offer a nice variety, including bratwurst, hamburgers, hot dogs, and of course cold beer and soft drinks.
Autorama Admission Fees:
$10 for spectators over fifteen, $5 if you’re between eight and fifteen years old, and free for children under eight!
Beautiful, hand-crafted, wooden clock trophies are reserved for each car class and Autorama awards “Best of Autorama” trophies to two vehicles.
Want to show off your prized vehicle?
This exciting auto show has been an annual tradition since 1977 The proceeds from the event are used for Lions Club community projects and programs aimed to help the visually handicapped.
Gear up for an unforgettable auto show with your friends and family, if you have children – this event is a perfect way to introduce them to interesting vehicles. The Autorama will be a memorable way to celebrate the Fall and you get to contribute to a meaningful cause. Please note that pets are not allowed in the show area and no carry-in alcohol is allowed in the park.
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