Livingston Montana’s Downtown Auto Show 2022: Insider Guide and Pro Tips
Car shows are special because they bring communities together. Livingston, Montana knows how to do that everyday but during the Downtown Livingston Auto Show this weekend, they really "shine".
This Saturday, June 4th from 8am to 3pm, downtown Livingston becomes a car lovers social hub, with a little showing off for good measure. There's just something about admiring restored and modified cars that almost everyone can appreciate.
- WHAT: 16th Annual Downtown Livingston Auto Show
- WHEN: Saturday, June 4th, 2022
- TIME: 8am to 3pm
- WHERE: Downtown Livingston, Montana
- ENTRY FEE FOR VEHICLES: $20 per spot
- ADMISSION FOR SPECTATORS: FREE! This is a community event
To avoid any confusion, this is exactly what the event organizers have stated about attending the event this Saturday:
To gain access we will be having event participants and vendors drive down 2nd Street and then turn down Calendar street towards Main.
They will then be parked or shown to their place by and event staff member and walk up to registration with their number.
The Laser etched fobs will be returning this year with a limited "VIP" run again.
If you have questions about entering the Livingston car show: Please direct questions and preregistrations to email@example.com, Gil at 406-223-9690 or Dustin at 406-220-1584.
All local businesses will open normal hours so you can grab some breakfast, lunch or a drink. There may also be additional vendors set up, depending on weather.
All are Welcome! Classic cars, Go karts, Motorcycles, Lawn Tractors, Pedal cars, Fred Flintstone mobile, Jet Boats. Snow-Cats!
Vendors! Please come down and promote your business or hobby. It need not be auto related!
Be on the lookout for kids games, live music and other goodies along the way in downtown Livingston. They do a great job with this event so come planning to have fun and meet new people.
(The folks that set up their cars on display always like to answer questions about their work...that's why they're there.)