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Annual Newton Downtown Car Show

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Annual Newton Downtown Car Show

Newton's Largest Annual event! Come see over 350+ cars, trucks, hot-rods, classic cars and motorcycles in over 14 classes of competition. Fun for the whole family! Our shows attract about 12,000 visitors to the 6-block area for the big event. 130 Trophies, Cash Prizes, Dash Plaques, Great Goodie Bags. and Free T-shirts to the First 75 Entries. Visitors can tour the cars, visit displays and exhibits and dine in our Food Court. New this year is the Pin Up Contest and the Valve Cover Racing event. The Newton Downtown Car Show runs from 9 am to 4 pm.

Don't miss the Cruise Night on Friday at 6:30 PM., which is free for all cars and has become a town favorite with kids and adults lined up on both sides of the street to see the cars and hot rods in action.

Please visit our website for times and entry forms.

Annual Newton Downtown Car Show

Address : 518 N Main Street Newton KS
Phone : 316-409-3048   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Admission Fee : Free to the Public

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