10a-9p Mon – Sat | Sun 11a-6p

Annual Cruise, BBQ, and Blues Car Show 2023

Don’t Miss This Exciting Classic Car Display & Festival!
Saturday, February 11 • 10am – 3pm
  • Get in gear to join us as The Southern Arizona Arts & Cultural Alliance (SAACA) presents the Cruise, BBQ, and Blues Car Show!
  • SAACA shines the spotlight on car design through this annual Classic Car Show, inviting people out to rev up the weekend with auto displays and awards, live Blues music on the main stage, kids’ activities, and great BBQ on the grill!
  • SAACA believes blending science, mechanics and design is an innovative art form in its own right. Car design is a ubiquitous but often overlooked art form, which SAACA brings to light through our annual Classic Car Show.
  • This event invites thousands of people out to rev up the weekend with live oldies music, kids’ activities, and great food.
  • With over 30 different classes of auto awards given in Best of Show, Best Interior, Best Paint, Best Engine, and People’s Choice.
  • The one-day event will feature live Blues music on the main stage, classic BBQ on the grill, and an endless supply of everything we have come to love about fast cars and classic auto!
  • All monies raised at the event will go directly to support SAACA’s community arts and cultural outreach programs throughout the State.
  • TICKETS $5
    • Tickets Sold at the Door
    • $5 admission, 10 and under Free
    • $1 discount for all Veterans and Active Duty Military with your Military ID.
  • For more details, click here>>

Classic Car dashboard

Thunderbird

Photos by David Seeber

The Cruise, BBQ, and Blues Car Show 2023 is presented by SAACA.
The Southern Arizona Arts & Cultural Alliance (SAACA) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the creation, preservation and advancement of the Arts.
SAACA strengthens the bonds between people, place and purpose through collaborative, arts-driven experiences.
Southern Arizona has long served as a hub for art and culture. But despite the profusion of talent, our creative individuals found difficulties in making a living from their work and sharing it with the community.
We created SAACA (formerly the Greater Oro Valley Arts Council) to address these needs by cultivating programming that puts a spotlight on our local creatives and celebrates our unique culture, while providing direct opportunities for artists to make and sell their work.
To date, SAACA has created over 300,000 arts-driven experiences, from innovative community festivals and cultural celebrations to creative sector development, and accessible arts enrichment programs. We continue to grow both our footprint and our impact as we pursue our mission of strengthening the bonds between people, place and purpose.

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