Car Show

The streets are closed and full of beautiful cars and people. The PBR flows freely and the sounds of rock n’ roll drift through the air. The Heavy Rebel Weekender Car Show is a sight to behold! Hosted by Winston-Salem’s own Camel City Skulls car club, you guys have never seen a car show like this one! Growing by leaps and bounds every year, our classic and custom car show draws folks from all over the country! Over 500 pre-72 cars and trucks, custom motorcycles and custom bicycles take over Trade and Liberty Streets on Saturday morning of Heavy Rebel Weekender. Awards and trophies are given for Furthest Driven, Best Paint, Best Classic, Best Custom, Filthiest Rat, Best Motorcycle and Skulls Choice.

Saturday until 9am-4pm

Downtown Winston-Salem, NC
Trade Street from 5th to 8th;
7th from Oak to Liberty;
6th from Cherry to Liberty;
Liberty from 7th to 5th

To Park in the boundaries of the car show you must be registered. Registration is $15 and can be purchased on the tickets page (just print your receipt and bring it with you) Or you can register the day of the show.
Registration into the car show is free with a 3-day HRW pass.

Registration is limited to pre-1972 cars, trucks, custom motorcycles and bikes. No trailers will be allowed within the boundaries of the car show.

In honor of the 4th of July we ask that you display American Flags only during the car show.

Awards will be announced at 3pm at the back dock of the Millennium Center.

All vehicles will need to be moved from Trade St. and in a legal parking space by 4pm. Car show volunteers will direct you where to park. Some parking lots and driveways will need to be kept clear for local businesses and resident use.

The car show is free to attend. The Millennium Center will open at noon for vendor shopping, food and drinks, and is open to the public

This is a Public event. If you are behaving in a way that is inappropriate you will be asked to leave. Please do not be a jerk, we reserve the right to ask you to take that nonsense elsewhere. Lets all be respectful of our neighbors and hosts in the Winston-Salem Arts District.