Thanksgiving Weekend Car Show Schedule

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Thanksgiving Weekend Car Show Schedule

If you’re like us and need to spend the weekend walking off your Thursday feast, we have a few shows for you! We have highlighted the biggest shows this weekend, but please use our resources below to find some of the local car events. A post-Thanksgiving cars and coffee is a great outing if you have any relatives left visiting and need something to do. Share with us in the comments below some of the shows you’re attending!

Last week we mentioned RADwood and MCACN, which we were lucky enough to have Journal writers attend. You can catch up on a quick MCACN overview here and keep an eye out for Tyson Hugie’s coverage of RADwood this weekend. Only on The Journal.

Resources to find events:
Southern California specific: SoCal Car Culture
Not all regions, but a good selection: CarCruiseFinder.com
A great collection of large and small events: Hemmings Event Calendar

Los Angeles Auto Show
November 18-27, Los Angeles, CA

This weeklong show extends through Thanksgiving, so if you live in SoCal and need to escape the relatives, you have a place to go. Enjoy over 1 million square feet of car show, culture, and new releases at one of the most influential shows in the country.

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Courtesy of the Arizona International Auto Show

Arizona International Auto Show
November 24-27, Phoenix, AZ

The Arizona Auto Show begins on Thanksgiving. A great place to send any under foot relatives you may have while that turkey cooks or use it to get in those extra steps before the feast. Attractions include 300+ new models, an exotic Penske Luxury Salon, lowriders, and a variety of test drives available.

Ohio Ford Expo Super Swap
November 26-27, Columbus, OH

An only Ford event! The website boasts “acres of all Ford products and parts. All indoors and heated.” This is reportedly the largest fall Ford meet in the US. Reasonable prices for the whole family.

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