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Cruisin' the Capitol Car Show

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Event# 785-234-9336

Event Details

This car show is "One of A Kind" featuring a BURN OUT lane right in front of the Capitol!!!

Open to ALL makes, models, years and styles. Come show off what you've got!

This event is FREE for the public and all are invited to come and enjoy the festivities from 6 to 9pm. Live entertainment, food trucks and beer gardens will be located throughout the event site then stick around afterwards for our Second Saturday Concert Series featuring Knucklehead Jones located in front of the Celtic Fox at 8th & Jackson. Cruisin' the Capitol is a rain or shine event.

ON-LINE pre-registration is available NOW! Register online then day of show come to the pre-registered gate entry to pick up your hangtag.

OFF-LINE pre-registration begins in June, Downtown Topeka, Inc., 515 S. Kansas-Ste A. Please bring your vehicle registration, proof of insurance and cash/check/card to cover the registration fee then get your hangtag.

DASH PLAQUES will be given to the first 300 participants.

REGISTRATION FEES:
$15 registration – before day of show
$20 Day of Event – Day of show
Registration fees will go up on the day of the event so make sure to pre-register!

Cruisin' the Capitol Car Show

Address : At the capitol, I70 Topeka KS
Phone : 785-234-9336   (Always call and confirm events.)

Web Address :
Admission Fee : FREE for the public

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