The Friends of Charity Auto Fair is one of West Virginia's premier car shows, but combine it with live music, carnival rides & games, sponsor displays, and special guests, you end up having an incredible fair and festival-type atmosphere. Below is information about what we have going already.
Hundreds of vehicles, including rods, customs, classics, trucks, tuners, muscle cars and motorcycles, enter the Friends of Charity Auto Fair each year. Whether visiting for the first time or coming back for the fifteenth consecutive year, our car show participants are guaranteed to have a fun-filled weekend with their family and friends. For registration and additional information, please click here.
SATURDAY NIGHT CONCERT
A major highlight of the Friends of Charity Auto Fair is the Saturday Night Concert. 2019 brings back local country music sensation Taylor Made to open the concert with headliner Ryan Hurd.
A staple at the Friends of Charity Auto Fair is the Saturday afternoon Burnout Contest presented by Creager Tire. Participants can burn some rubber in front of thousands of spectators and the winner will receive four new tires.
See dozens of show cars light up the Friends of Charity Auto Fair show grounds with their neon lights during the annual Friday night Glow Off. Winners will receive 1st, 2nd and 3rd place trophies.
How low can you go? See how low our show cars can go at the annual Car Limbo contest on Saturday afternoon. Winners will receive a cash prize.
The Friends of Charity Auto Fair offers a variety of food and beverages courtesy of our friends along Food Vendor Alley. Featuring traditional festival offerings like hot dogs and BBQs, the alley is guaranteed to have something for everyone to enjoy!
Sponsor's Row is always a fun place to be! Those in attendance at the Friends of Charity Auto Fair will be able to visit with the sponsors of our event, receive give-a-ways, enter raffles, play challenging games for prizes and more. Be sure to say thanks - the Friends of Charity Auto Fair wouldn't be possible without them.