Harrison Hot Springs Lakefront Car Show

See stunning vintage and modified vehicles at the free downtown car show

Organizers for the third annual Harrison Hot Springs Lakefront Car Show are building on the success of past years as they get ready to host the show on August 15. The fun-filled community event is free to everyone. Visitors from all over the Fraser Valley, the Lower Mainland, and the Okanagan are expected to attend.

This year our sponsors the Village of Harrison Hot Springs, Murray Honda of Chilliwack, Gardner GM of Hope and Chilliwack Ford, enable us to provide free registration and free access to everyone coming to the show. Those exhibiting vehicles are eligible to win numerous door prizes which have been donated by our generous sponsors from Chilliwack, Agassiz and Harrison Hot Springs. They can also be awarded trophies, including the coveted Mayors trophy.

The Harrison Hot Springs Lakefront Car Show first began in 2013 with attendance of 80 cars. Last year the numbers increased to 130. Due to overwhelming interest, we are anticipating over 200 vehicles on August 15. The entire Esplanade Ave from the Village Square east to the boat launch will be dedicated to the show.

The event will be highlighted by the rock band Rockwell, who will be performing throughout the day. In addition, the RCMP will present “Alexa’s Bus”, a specially equipped enforcement vehicle, honouring the memory of Alexa Middelaer, who was struck and killed by an impaired driver in 2008. As in previous years, the Car Show is hosted by West Coast and Cooters car clubs.

There is still time to become a valued sponsor of this event. The car show heavily relies on sponsorships and donations which allows the event to remain free of charge. If you wish to donate or you would like more information on participating, you are encouraged to contact one of the organizers  John Buckley at (604) 491-3306 or by email buckleyjeb@gmail.com or Harold Bruins at (604) 796-3044 or by email dhbruins@gmail.com. For additional information and for links to the sites of our values sponsors, visit our webpage http://www.tourismharrison.com/lakefront-car-show .

If you have a passion for stunning restorative vintage and modified vehicles and enjoy upbeat live music with the beautiful backdrop that Harrison Hot Springs provides, this event is for you.  Come out and join fellow car enthusiasts on Saturday, August 15. Registration starts at 8 a.m. with the car show running from 10 am till 4 pm.

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